Tag Archives: bilingual

The pressures and realities of raising bilingual kids

One of my reasons to move to Puerto Rico was so my kids could learn Spanish. A Bilingual school – or even a monolingual Spanish school – was extremely appealing. We found the perfect one. Over the years, I’ve kept … Continue reading

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Self imposed pressure and stress

I wish I could write more eloquently because I would like to describe to you how I’m making my life more difficult than it really needs to be. Maybe I’m way out there, or maybe there are other parents like … Continue reading

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Parallelogram: Top Ten Things That Matter, Six Months Later

\One experience explored from two points-of-view\ \\ Lisa\Montreal My family moved from Madison, Wisconsin to Montreal, Quebec last August.  Here are my TOP TEN THINGS THAT MATTER, SIX MONTHS LATER: The farmer’s market is open all year-round and I know how … Continue reading

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Parallelogram: Picking a Preschool

\One ex-pat experience explored from two points-of-view\ \\ Lisa\Montreal What was your children’s experience of school before moving to Montreal? Arlo, who turns five in December, started Madison Wisconsin’s Preschool of the Arts when he was almost three years old. … Continue reading

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