I won the lottery. No seriously I did! Of course it was at the expense of my two girls 6 and 3.5, and my mother-in-law. Somehow the victory just wasn’t as sweet as I expected. And instead of money I got to eat a caramelo. We’ve just come back from two months in San Miguel […]
The haiku of blog posts in honour of this month’s Raising Multilingual Kids Carnival. The Carnival will be out around the 24th. Sign up at the link above to get it while it’s hot! There were times I thought I couldn’t possibly embarrass myself linguistically more than accidentally telling my boyfriend’s mother that I was muy […]
via The Open University. Too fabulous not to share Sunday night/Monday morning!
We are finally back from our big adventure at PunPun, a sustainable farm one hour north of Chiang Mai. Our stay was spectacular in so many ways and I will be writing a more comprehensive post about our time there. Here’s a sneak peek: Photo by my 5-yr-old While I am still catching up on […]
This post is written the October Multilingual Kids Blogging carnival hosted by one of my favourite blogs The European Mama . The theme this month is Media. I see various forms of media as tools. And like all tools, they can be wielded skillfully and help you build something, like using a hammer to mount a […]
Thank you Multilingual Living for posting this.
I had the chance to meet Stuart Jay Raj tonight and discovered this fabulous video. For all you language lovers out there: wishing you a great weekend!
Too good not to share.
Translation: “Shall we eat kids?” “Shall we eat, kids?” That the omission of such a tiny smudge of ink could result in such tragic consequences. Perhaps the old lady in Hansel & Gretel simply misread the memo? Remember folks, proper punctuation prevents pandemonium.