Looking Back at Our First Year & an Interview with Vanessa of DeSuMama.com {Podcast}

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Looking Back at Our First Year Last night I had the pleasure of speaking with two awesome ladies and fellow contributors here on MulticulturalFamilia.com, Amanda from MarocMama.com and Vanessa from DeSuMama.com.  During the live, one hour podcast, we talked about the birth of Multicultural Familia, which coincidentally, started via a multicultural blog hop. What started […]

A Tale Of Two Cubans

  I was sitting outside our local library, waiting for it to open, when my daughter joyfully approached a man resembling her father. Although older, the man was tall, dark skinned, thin build, just like Alina’s beloved Daddy. We exchanged a casual greeting before he sat on the bench beside me. Alina, being the little […]

Independence Has A Steep Price

    At least for my family it did. Being the first generation born in the United States, I have an interesting perspective on celebrating our Nation’s Independence Day. While my American counterparts were free to hang out with friends at the beach, eat bar-b-que and light up fireworks, my Cuban born family usually had […]