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[Ask Lina] Sometimes I want to just be alone, does this makes me a bad mom?

“Ask Lina” is a special editorial series where we invite you to send us your parenting questions in the comments below and our teen & tween emotional expert, Lina Acosta Sandaal, gives you tips that will help you navigate these crucial “in-between years.” The wind is blowing my hat towards my cheek, and I can […]

[Gift Guide] 50 of Sephora’s Beauty Favorites for Mother’s Day

Doesn’t matter if you are a low-maintenience or fashionista mom, one thing is for sure: you buy beauty products and you probably l o v e entering to a Sephora store. Is like Disneyland for the ladies! So Mother’s Day is the perfect excuse to stack up on your make-me-pretty products and we are hooking […]

[Video] Smart Options to Your Get Your Teen to College – #ForTheDream

Please see the Terms of Use for sponsored content this Site. All opinions expressed are our own. I can still vividly remember telling my Puerto Rican parents that I wanted to go to Miami for college. They said “Tu quieres ir por Menudo, ¿verdad?” (You want to go because of Menudo, right?). We all laughed. Menudo […]

7 Self-Help Books to Survive High School (for Teens & Parents)

This self confidence book for teens (age 12-16) gives exceptional, effective, easy to implement tools to help you learn: • How to identify what’s working and what’s need improving in your life! • How to believe in yourself – from the inside! • How to identify the things you really enjoy and want! • How […]

10 Stunning Photos of Mother-Daughter Matching Dresses

What’s cuter than mom and daughter photos? Mom and daughter photos with matching outfits! The visual architecture magazine “3dfirstaid” posted these incredible phographs in their Facebook fan page and we couldn’t resist to show them to you. Caution: it may inspire you t try the matching fashion style. Which is your fave?       […]

Hispanic Heritage, Bicultural Parenting, and Me

Living in Miami causes me to think daily about what my Hispanic heritage means to me, to my parenting, to my children, and to the work that I do.  I have come to realize that I have had three different experiences being Hispanic in the United States. The first is as a Colombian immigrant. My […]

[PHOTOS] Why Animal Kingdom’s New Dinning Spot, “Harambe Market,” Will Drive You Wild

By: Amanda Dufau, Los Tweens & Teens Travel & Lifestyle Contributor Last month, my family and I were invited to represent Los Tweens and Teens at the Media Day Event for Animal Kingdom’s newest dining establishment, Harambe Market. As huge Disney fans, we were thrilled to attend and be treated to delicious fare inspired by the […]

[PHOTOS] It’s the Coolest Summer Ever for Teens & Tweens at Walt Disney World

By: Cristy Clavijo-Kish Creator & Publisher, Los Tweens & Teens Families with teens and tweens can have a great time throughout Walt Disney World this summer with fun activities for all ages at the parks. My twin girls (Sophia & Olivia), my husband (Chris) and I had the opportunity to participate in the kick-off to the ‘Coolest […]

Do Not Disturb – Tween Now Has Cell Phone

  When I thought of giving my tween a cell phone, all kinds of concerns raced through my mind – digital bullying, sexting, easy access to information and the list went on.  Three months into her having her own phone, the biggest problem I have found is not what my tween or even her friends […]

Why Women Deserve to be Celebrated Every Day

by Eileen Carter Campos for Mamiverse Women’s History Month is a time for us to honor all of the women who came before us and paved the way for the freedom and autonomy we enjoy today. But it’s also a time to consider and praise those women who really are doing it all—single or married, […]

How Mothers Can Help Their Tweens Embrace Their Feminine Superpowers at Puberty

As LosTweens & Teens continues to broaden its Editorial focus, we’re introducing various Series that are important topics for our parents. A new contributor joins us to discuss the ‘sensitive’ topic of developing hormones- an issue we all will face. The story is being reproduced en Español so stay tuned for more. We hope you’ll share your […]

[VIDEO] Celebrate Moms of Tweens- Las Madres de Los Tweens

aaayyyyaaaaa- Can you hear the song.. “Canta y no llores” – Sing and don’t cry Moms of Tweens! What do Tween moms most likely have in common? Stress and smiles! Kids ages 7-12 require our attention at an amazing pace. You hear the Abuelas and voices of experience refer to newborns and teenagers as the ’tough […]

Celebrating Easter with Tweens

  By Katherine Doble-Cannata It’s almost time for Easter, one of our favorite times of the year! In our family, Pascua is all about familia.  The entire family goes to church first thing in the morning and then we celebrate with a big Easter egg hunt in the backyard and brunch.  Misa, comida y familia – what more can you […]

Breaking the Cycle of Silence Among Us, Women

   By Katherine Doble-Cannata   “You can’t talk about your problems online.  What happens at home, stays en la casa.” This was the reaction one of my female family members had after learning about the concept of Los Tweens.  Of course, how could I dream of sharing online the challenges of being a parent.  I […]