Hispanic Heritage Month

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 […]

How to help your daughter get into sports

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with JCPenney and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own. I joke that my tween daughter was born an athlete.  She is naturally competitive, has the desire to work hard and she enjoys sports.  I never had to encourage her to play sports.  She wanted […]

Celebrating Halloween in Walt Disney World

We’re heading to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this weekend in Orlando at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. I don’t know if the Abuelos or the tweens are more excited?! We’ll share photos and our planning because it’s a special family outing. At first I thought “maybe they’re getting too old for this” and judging from their reaction, […]

Los Tweens & Teens Supports Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America

    It’s Hispanic Heritage Month– a special time to drive support for Latino youth- Adults mentors VAMOS!!   It’s great when your life comes full circle in a positive way. When I started my career in Public Relations I interned at a Miami agency whose non-profit client was Big Brothers Big Sisters of America […]