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09 November 2011


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Kudos to trying to teach your son Spanish. My husband is trying to teach our daughter Swedish, even though at this point, it's his second language. She's not talking yet, so he's mostly reading Swedish books to her and incorporating it into their play. By the way, I love that bicycle-face picture. Is that by C? I could totally see that hanging in a trendy coffee shop in San Francisco.


Hi Dallas, That's great that you're husband is teaching your daughter Swedish. She'll be all set once she starts speaking. ;)

No, C didn't make the bicycle face picture. Isn't is so cute! I love it. Although I love all fun things related to bicycles. It's actually a postcard I bought at the International Children's Museum of Art in Oslo, Norway.


When I learned Latin from an eccentric high school Vice-Principal, I actually enjoyed it because it helped me understand and remember French and Spanish words and structure. Now, I am trying to teach my daughter Filipino which has many Spanish words in it. So relatives won't take advantage of him anymore, my husband is learning along too. So far, I've been teaching them "tastes good", "thank you", "yes" and "no" among others. I have to keep it up though…so "salamat" (thank you) for the reminder.

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