Much of our efforts in raising
multicultural children (that’s right, I’m practicing that word… children) have understandably focused on
Latin America. However, while their bicultural identity development is certainly
important to us, we also want them to have a broad, global perspective.
I decided Italy was a good choice due to our family’s affinity for “Italian food.” In fact, there was a brief period where Ella simply referred to dinner as “Pizza time!” This was particularly awkward when we were with others and she would use the word pizza in the place where most people would simply say food.
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