Hispanics

[Video] Being an Only-Child, Living Away & the Holidays

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Minute Maid and DiMe Media, but all opinions are my own. Once upon a time…. As a child, I wanted to play smart and get Santa “in the act” of placing my gifts under our Christmas tree. On the night of that December 24th, I decided I […]

Los Tweens Joins Univision’s ‘Es El Momento’

Latinos are the largest and fastest growing racial and ethnic group in the United States.  According to the U.S. Census, approximately 49.9 percent of children in the U.S. are currently part of a minority group.  Yet, Latinos have the lowest education attainment levels. “Our country was built on and continues to thrive on its diversity, […]

Join Us for the Walk-N-Roll Twitter Party for Spina Bifida!

Laura Tellado, known as Laurita by her friends, was born with Spina Bifida in Puerto Rico in 1986 with myelomeningocele, the severest form of spina bifida.  In 1990, her family moved to Orlando, Florida in order to give her the best possible care. Our Los Tweens team- including the kids- met Laurita en vivo earlier this […]

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, […]

Providing Care for the Elderly – Challenges, Lessons and Resources

By Katherine Doble-Cannata how to increase penile size My grandparents, Yeyo and Yeya as we affectionately called them, spent over twenty-years as care-givers for my great aunt and uncle. While there was definitely an unstated feeling of repaying a debt to the people that had provided a home for their daughter for over 10 years […]