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.
Our Dinner with Elmo and Friends experience at Sea World San Antonio, was our favorite from all the […]
This lemon cookies recipe is full of flavor, refreshing and simply delicious. Crips lemon shortbread cookies covered and […]