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10 Multicultural Children’s Books that Make Adults Cry - 10 books to uproot, transport and make us part of an experience far away or from another time. And we dare you not to cry.

Why This Mom Banned the Word ‘Weird’ From Her Kids’ Vocabulary - It all started with the guy at the garden store. His face was splotched with purple burns—not badly, but enough for my kids to notice and be scared, making loud comments in the store.

The Cultural Battleground of Sleepovers - Why many multicultural families approach seemingly simple topics like sleepovers from very different angles.

Are Parents Too Overprotective in the West and Too Lax in the East? - Is picking up a strangers child invasive?

Does Religion Matter? Juggling Two Faiths in One Family - I have been looking for daily family rituals as a way to reinforce values that we care about: family, community, compassion and love. Whats the best way to transmit these values to our kids?


10 Multicultural Children’s Books that Make Adults Cry

10 books to uproot, transport and make us part of an experience far away or from another time. And we dare you not to cry.



Why This Mom Banned the Word ‘Weird’ From Her Kids’ Vocabulary

It all started with the guy at the garden store. His face was splotched with purple burns—not badly, but enough for my kids to notice and be scared, making loud comments in the store.



The Cultural Battleground of Sleepovers

Why many multicultural families approach seemingly simple topics like sleepovers from very different angles.



Are Parents Too Overprotective in the West and Too Lax in the East?

Is picking up a strangers child invasive?



Does Religion Matter? Juggling Two Faiths in One Family

I have been looking for daily family rituals as a way to reinforce values that we care about: family, community, compassion and love. Whats the best way to transmit these values to our kids?



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10 Multicultural Children’s Books that Make Adults Cry

We dare you to read these without a tear

Why This Mom Banned the Word ‘Weird’ From Her Kids' Vocabulary

One approach to explaining diversity to kids.

French versus Italian Parenting in One Multicultural Family

How one mom in an intercultural marriage sees the differences between Italian and French parenting

The Cultural Battleground of Sleepovers

Should they be allowed because it's "normal?" Think again.

Are Parents Too Overprotective in the West and Too Lax in the East?

Would you pick up a stranger's child or is that invasive?
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