DH is of Mexican descent. My mother was Irish, Father was Mexican, but I grew up with my mother, so I grew up plain ol' white
He is the first generation of his family born here in the United states, his mother came here when she was two and his dad came when he was 14.
His whole family isn't too accpeting of our "weird ways", they associate cloth diapering, extended breastfeeding, cosleeping, babywearing, etc. to be a "white yuppie" thing, in their words, since most of the AP mommas here in Chicago are the trendy-type. Our neighbors, also of mexican descent, also think we're nuts. MIL things my babywearing is awesome though, but she's convinced that the Mexican's started it so she gets to take all of the credit. Whatever. But it's weird, because they actually disassociate me with "tradition".
Our family is famous for keeping their kids in strollers at birthday parties knocked out sleeping at all times of the night. No co-sleeping, if you sleep with your kid, they must be spoiled. Formula is "more convenient" (huh??) than breastfeeding, and cloth diapers cause diaper rashes. That's basically what I deal with day-to-day