15 Things Only A Second Generation Latina Mom Understandsby franck - Il y a 2 années dans Non classé
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! »
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.
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.
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