I was debating about getting a playhouse or a Swing set for our backyard, and I found this […]
A couple of months ago I try The Good Pop Hibiscus popsicles at HEB as soon as I […]
Being bicultural means that we have and combine the cultural attitudes and customs of two nation, in our case USA and Guatemala. I’m still learning about USA culture. Having a daughter that was born here and living in this country, motivates me to enhance more the American culture in our home. Here I share with you some fun ideas to enjoy and connect with your children this 4th of July.
The Salpicón from Guatemala is probably the food I miss the most. If you have never had salpicón […]
I came up with this DIY Montessori tracing tray, to help stabilize the insets while my daughter traces […]
Free doesn’t have to mean boring, I bet you will have so much fun with this activities you will want to make them every time you visit Galveston.
This are the traditional Argentinian Alfajores recipe. Well I didn’t add any coconut or lime zest, but I […]
Last year we celebrate Mia’s 3rd birthday with a puppet show show, sprinkles and her favorite (and mine too) show “Sesame Street”
This coconut popsicles recipe is really easy, because you just need a few ingredients and they are delicious, […]
You can find these traditional Guatemalan cookies in each local bakery. Usually, you eat at breakfast or snack spreading jam or to dip in the coffee.