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Piffies on Rock Buns: Multilingual Parenting with a Yorkshire Twist

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By Suze Nowak Photo credit: jaaron “Come on Finje, get a twitch on. We have to leave now. I’m sitting here like Piffy on a rock bun!” Finje’s expression, when she eventually appeared at the top of the stairs, was questioning. I, no doubt due to a combination of advancing old age and last minute […]

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The ABCs of Multilingual Parenting: The Letter T

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T is for… Time! When it comes to raising children multilingually, there are actually very few absolute rules for how to go about it. However, there is one element that is key: time! Unless your children are exposed to the language(s) a lot, they are not going to have a chance to become multilingual. Time […]

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Multilingual Road Trip! The Heartache of Saying Good-Bye

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By Corey Heller Photo credit: TDC Digital As I wrote in my previous Multilingual Road Trip! posts (The Answer to Living Multilingually and When Languages Collide) my family and I have been traveling from Seattle (our current home) to northern California (my childhood home). Along the way we have experienced the immense beauty of people and landscapes. We […]

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Multilingual Road Trip! The Answer to Living Multilingually

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By Corey Heller Photo credit: TDC Digital I know, I know – things have been a little quite around here at Multilingual Living. Where are all of the fantastic and fabulous posts? Where are the new multilingual resources and tips? Have we fallen off the side of the earth? No way! However, I do have […]

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The ABC’s of Multilingual Parenting: The Letter B

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B is for BELIEVE in yourself and your abilities! This is no time to start second guessing your strengths and focusing on your weaknesses. Come up with a plan and see how it goes. If you tell yourself that you can’t do it for any of a number of reasons, then you are setting a […]

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