A little late, I know, but recently while on my hunt for all things Halloween and Dia De Muertos on Pinterst, I found this lovely YouTube video on another board I’m following. I. Loved. It.
Time is going wwwaaaayyyyyy too fast. Either that or I’m just the queen of procrastination. Here we are only a week before Halloween and Dia De Los Muertos, and I haven’t got a clue as […]
I’m curious how many of you are doing an advent calendar? If you need ideas, Pinterest has A BUNCH! Some of the activities I’ve listed below came from Pinterest in fact. Have you checked out […]
This easy & budget friendly Dia de Los Muertos activity can be printed at home using cardstock paper. It’s a fun way to start a conversation with children about items that are placed on altars […]
If you haven’t seen it yet, head on over to SpanglishBaby where I share a detailed post about our DIY family friendly Dia De Muertos Altar project. Everyone in the family lends a hand in […]
This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and WGBH. All opinions are my own. For as long as I can remember, I have always been a fan of PBS’ cherished little monkey Curious George. […]
I’m almost embarrassed to say this, but until a few days ago, I didn’t know the reason why we celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the United States. I remember a friend telling me many years […]
A few weekends ago I attended the Ce Calli Azteca Mexica New Year Sunrise Ceremony. At first I didn’t understand much of what some of the symbols, or even what Ce Calli meant, but later […]