"I think exposure to the language is the key Linda. Of course, you should try to use Swedish with your son as much as possible. Additionally, it's great if you have the chance to take him to Sweden for extended visits with family or if your…"
"I'm raising two sons bilingual in English and Italian. I'm American, my husband is Italian and we live in Italy. Honestly, my kids speak to me in Italian all the time! I don't want to force them to speak English. There are so many…"
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I wanted to let you know that I am following you from Moms Blogger Club, "The Under 100 Followers" group. I am hoping when you get a chance you can follow me back at http://www.britneysbeautyblog.com and http://www.britneysbeautymark.com. Also, I would love to place a link to your site on my blog if you want to do the same with my blog on yours. Please let me know by sending me an email regarding this and it has been nice meeting you via the web.
I am so glad I found you and your blog! Of course I'm now a follower. My main blog is www.themomstandard.com and I have another called Becoming Italian (I'm a little behind on it but will be updating it soon)! You can find the link on The Mom Standard!
Family breaks are a great way to have fun together and make some memories that will last a lifetime, but choosing a city break in the US can also help your family to learn and grow together. With a large selection of cultural destinations on offer across the country, parents are spoiled for choice when it…