Raising bilingual kids is quite an important part of our life - and yet I hardly talk about it here. I am not sure it is the place for it, but I thought I would share some pictures of our Easter Sunday and raising bilingual kids is the reason why we ended up at Hatfield House. I found that there was a French market - a French market for Baby MiH is an opportunity to speak... French.
And he did. He bought cheese, bread and saucisson (don't judge the French-ness of our shopping) and paid for it as well. It was exciting for him to practice with new people, and some of the market stall holders totally played the game.
Just to clarify we speak only speak French to him (we had French TV installed as well), and with his grand-parents. He speaks English at nursery and with his friends. I know some of you are also raising bilingual children, how have you decided to do it?
Of course, you will have seen that Baby MiH has acquired Bough. He probably wears it better than I do - although it is weird to think that a 2 year old can wear beanie hats knitted for me. At least my hand knitted beanies get worn more?
I hope you had a great Easter weekend!