Hello to everyone,
Initially I asked this question in "learning at home'" section, but I was advised to repost it here in multicultural families as more appropriate.
My DS is 25 months old, we live in France, my husband is French, I'm Russian so naturally we speak two languages to him... oops, three, as when he was born I started to speak English to him as well. Actually the first song I was singing to him in the maternity ward was Ba, ba black sheep... just because I like it.
Later I read and I heard that there is a rule one parent-one language and I gave up when my baby was about 9 months old.
I have restarted to speak English again several months ago ( it's such a pity not to teach him what i know!) and I have a lot of fun, but again I have the doubts and i was reminded that it'sbetter to speak just my native l-ge.
As far as I can see there are a lot of parents here whose children speak 2,3,4 and may be more l-ges, so would you please share your experiance how you do it?
Thanks in advance.