Today, we interview Nina and her British/Spanish family. Her son is learning English, Castellano and Valencio Spanish. Nina’s son was diagnosed on the autism spectrum when he was younger and there may have been challenges along the way. But with the success of him going from being non-verbal to speaking three languages is really wonderful and awesome. One of his favorite activities is drawing in his sketchbook.
Today, I am going to share five books that I think every bilingual family should have in their house. Recently, I have been reading more and more about bilingualism and multi-language learning in order to share more tips and activities with other multilingual families as well as my own.
I was recently reminded about our multilingual journey such as how far we have come and how far we still have to go. Therefore, today, I am going to briefly update you on our journey as well as share some reflections on how to raise a multilingual family.