This will not be a meaningful post. This is more of a closure post. Fernandito did not return to Tiny Tots. I un-enrolled him. We came to this decision as a family. My husband, Fernandito, and I talked about returning to school. And while Fernandito wanted to return to continue to get his Shopkins Fruit … Continue reading Not Yet Pt. 2
Tu eres para mi, yo soy para ti - Julieta Venegas I don't suffer from anxiety. At least I don't think I do. But the type of anxiety I have been feeling these past couple of weeks has been pretty consuming. Fernandito beginning Tiny Tots has been hard, but nothing like what happened yesterday. He … Continue reading Not Yet.
Luna, Llena mi alma de cumbia Saca de mi la locura Llévame a la luz y a la paz. I grew listening to Juan Gabriel and Michael Jackson. I danced to Stevie Wonder. And when it came to my wedding, I specifically asked the DJ to make sure absolutely no banda, no rancheras, norteñas, none … Continue reading Cultura
Mira ya viene el sol, Ya ya ya viene el sol, Florece, Se abre, Como una bella flor - Ozomatli It has been awhile since I've updated. To be honest, I haven't felt inspired. I usually write passionately. However, I do want to document this summer and what better way to do it than with a … Continue reading Here Comes the Sun
Alexander Hamilton, My name is Alexander Hamilton, And there's a million things I haven't done, But just you wait, just you wait. - Lin Manuel Miranda I actually had to count on my fingers how many preschools/daycares I actually visited and after today, the number is 8. EIGHT. So there is either something wrong … Continue reading Preschool – The Unexpected Twist!
Mis hijos no hablan conmigo Otro idioma han aprendido Y olvidaron el español Piensan como americanos Niegan que son mexicanos Aunque tengan mi color -Los Tigres del Norte If I really stop, think, and admire my Spanish for what it is, my mind is blown that I can speak it as well as I do. … Continue reading It Takes a Village
The pre-school hunt actually began last year when our speech and language pathologist assistant told us that it would be super beneficial for Fernando to socialize in a pre-school setting. Now, my mom, Fernando's primary caretaker, used to be a middle school teacher for 20 years. Fernando, now, knows A LOT because of her. However, … Continue reading Pre-School Hunting Woes