15 Things Only A Second Generation Latina Mom Understands

Your family pops in…for long periods of time.

When you shout out things in Spanish at your kids that you would never say in English. « ¡Cállate! »

When you shout out things in Spanish at your kids that you would never say in English. "¡Cállate!"

Somehow it just doesn't sound as bad when it's said in Spanish.

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Even though your parents didn’t teach you Spanish, your children must be bilingual.

Even though your parents didn’t teach you Spanish, your children must be bilingual.

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And even if you don’t speak Spanish, it doesn’t make you any less of a Latina mom.

And even if you don't speak Spanish, it doesn't make you any less of a Latina mom.

Speaking Spanish at home is a wonderful gift to give your children, but not everyone does. And it doesn't mean you're not working hard to make a good life for your kids.

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Having to stop yourself from punching someone when they ask if you or your mom is the nanny.

Having to stop yourself from punching someone when they ask if you or your mom is the nanny.

Really?

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