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Legacy of Multiracial Motherhood

Savannah’s River Street

Running along the Savannah’s River Street is lined with yummy restaurants and quaint shops housed in century old buildings that once were cotton warehouses. Savannah’s history is built on its industrial port and it continues to be one of the busiest in the world. River Street is a great place to watch the ships coming and going, shop and fine dine. After checking out of our hotel, Jess and I

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Savannah Historic District

Savannah Historic District is one the most tranquil and picturesque places I have ever been to in the States. The exquisite architecture of century old buildings running along cobble stone streets, manicured gardens engulfed by even older oak trees…and don’t even get me started on the Spanish moss! It’s everywhere, and I love it! Dripping down from above, framing every corner you turn. Ahhh, loveit!   Savannah was established in

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Savannah At Night

The Avia Hotel is in the center Savannah’s Historic District and within walking distance of everything. After we valeted the car, it did not come out again for the next 2 days. Once unpacked, Jess and I bundled the babies and set out for dinner and an evening stroll. Savannah at night is just gorgeous! We started in City Market, a pedestrian walk way lined with restaurants, boutiques and sweet

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170 Million Americans For Public Broadcasting! Act Now!

Alina and I were watching television this morning while I made her breakfast, which is what we do pretty much every morning, when I heard a message from the General Manager of Vegas PBS, Tom Axtell, that really surprised me: “On Friday, February 11, the House Appropriations Committee released a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government. This bill proposes the complete elimination of any federal support for educational

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Citrus Salmon: An Ode to Motherhood

Easy Citrus Salmon Recipe : My Mom stayed with us for a few days the week I gave birth to Alina. She cleaned our place, stocked us up on groceries…and she cooked some seriously yummy food. One of the dishes she came up with was a succulent citrus salmon dish bathed in citrus juices and garlic. When I asked her for the recipe, she said something to this effect: There

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Raising a Bilingual Child in a Monolingual Home

Seems impossible, right? Practically. But that doesn’t mean that I won’t try! My Brother and I are the first generation born in the States, with parents immigrating here in the 1960’s with their parents as small children from Cuba. Spanish was technically my first language, not that it shows in the Spanglish I speak now. It’s a shame, really. I can understand essentially the entire language, and can engage in

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Free Baby Gym Classes in Las Vegas

Since Alina was about 7 to 8 months old, I have been taking her to free Baby Gym classes in Las Vegas every Tuesday mornings and sometimes Friday mornings, as well. It was our first experience in an organized Mommy and Me type play group and Alina very much enjoyed being around other babies. The sessions start with open play in the Red Room, where the babies are free to climb,

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