Ugh

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Registered: 11-27-2008
Ugh
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Sat, 10-10-2009 - 12:23am
okay

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Registered: 05-21-2008
In reply to: mianalexa
Mon, 10-12-2009 - 12:27am
aw I'm sorry u have to deal with that. I know what u mean people can get so nosey but dont let it get to you, just keep doing what you're doing. sometimes you just have to ignore people. *hugs
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Registered: 11-27-2008
In reply to: mianalexa
Mon, 10-12-2009 - 10:12pm

His father came over today and said "Alexa habla español al abuelito"(Alexa coome speak spanish to gandpa). I wanted to leave. Jordan told him to stop doing that to her. It makes me mad. I would never do that to someone. I dont know why hes actin like that. His father told me spanish when i was 6. I speaks fluantly.

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Registered: 09-27-2006
In reply to: mianalexa
Tue, 10-13-2009 - 1:06pm

Hi. I don't know your back story or anything but I think it is great that your daughter is being raised to speak two languages.

I can understand that you don't want to feel pressured to do something or made to feel that your not doing something right when raising your daughter.

Just an fyi... kids that are bilingual have an easier time building their vocabulary in both languages and understanding sentence structure than kids who are raised speaking only one language. So even tho it may be a PITA for you, it is benefiting your daughter in the long run. Her hearing two languages spoken in the home (or by people who see her often) won't deter her from learning English if that is a concern.

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Registered: 11-27-2008
In reply to: mianalexa
Tue, 10-13-2009 - 11:36pm

Hi,