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Cascarones (confetti-filled egg shells) are just that! Egg shells filled with confetti or other treats. This is a very popular tradition in Mexico.
If there’s something that I love and crave often is Puerto Rico’s official beverage: piña colada (without the rum!) Of course, the piña colada is a cocktail that has rum in it, but I make it without!
This is a great activity to do with kids anytime during the year. I’m always looking to focus more on Spanish activities with my son. An on-line search for an “All About Me” Spanish printable proved to be unsuccessful!
Raising a child who’s compassionate and kind is our responsibility. One that I take to heart, and that means a lot to me.Ever since our son was 2 years old we’ve collected food for shelters, packed shoe boxes for +Operation Christmas Child, donated toys for tots, and clothes with his help.
When my child was born 8 years ago, I had a goal in mind: to find as many children’s book about Puerto Rico so I can share with him. Little by little, I started building up my child’s home library.
I have been struggling with the dark cloud that has been overcast on our country during this past year. I was also deeply disturbed with the election fiasco, and all of the negativity in social media. I needed to take a step back, disconnect and regroup.
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