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  1. Multicultural Families
    <p style="margin-bottom:0cm;"><span style="font-family:'Times New Roman', serif;"><span id="user_yui_3_10_0_1_1374111984729_486"><img alt="joy.gif" id="user_yui_3_10_0_1_1374111984729_485" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/joy.gif" style="width:42px;height:39px;"></span>Hi, I'm...
  2. Multicultural Families
    <p>So DD is 22 months old and hears different minority languages from mom and dad.  (We don't speak each others' minority languages, and communicate with each other in English, which is our community language.)</p> <p> </p> <p>Understandably, she thinks 'you' is another word for  'DD,' and...
  3. Life with a Toddler
    <p>My DD is 30 months old and is, at least unofficially, a late talker. I really took notice around Christmas when out shopping and the other kids her age were asking questions and talking in full sentences, where my LO was just putting together a few sentences by then. I know that kids can be...
  4. Life With a Baby
    <p>I have two girls and a new baby boy. I googled the milestones that a two month is supposed to be doing. He is supposed to be holding his head steadily, tracking objects, cooing,smiles, looking in the direction of noise, rolling over in one direction.</p> <p> </p> <p>He can:</p> <p> </p>...
  5. Multicultural Families
    <p>If so, how did it go?</p> <p> </p> <p>Currently, DD (32 months), speaks French. I speak to her in French, but I'm also showing her some English words and songs. We live with my folks who both speak French to her, though they can speak and understand English. We generally use English to talk...
  6. Multicultural Families
    <p>DS speaks english at home, but is taught at school in euskera. At playtime and with his friends he speaks spanish. Other (spanish-speaking) parents have pointed out that he is mixing all the languages in the same sentence. Although we insist on speaking english at home and do not respond...
  7. Multicultural Families
    <p>I've been around a number of people who grew up speaking multiple languages, however, they were already preteens-adults by the time I met them.  There were some obvious generalizations that could be made.  For instance, if the second language was spoken at home by both parents the kids spoke...
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