• L
  • North Wales, United States
  • 5 months ago

Biracial Baby

Hi! I'm very early in my pregnancy, but I'm already thinking about traditions and creative ways to introduce them to our future newborn. My husband is Korean American and I am Cuban. Does anyone recommend good multicultural children books?
  • p
  • Los Angeles, United States
  • 4 months ago

Am Indian from England and my husband American white. We are so excited to teach our lil one about each other culture. Am looking to learn new things on the way aswel. Congrats ok your pregnancy btw

  • B
  • Fayetteville, United States
  • 4 months ago

Love this post! My husband is korean/puerto rican. And I’m a big ole mutt lol. We have one daughter named Adeline(add-uh-line) and we plan on having another kid and I want to give the next kid something in remembrance to his mother who was korean and something to his Puerto Rican side. But having the struggle of finding names too lol.

  • K
  • Santa Rosa, United States
  • 4 months ago

A first name from one and a middle from the other! My brother and I have our dads last name, and we grew up with a Chinese grandma (dads side). My mom being Japanese wanted one of her kids to have a Japanese name, so I got the Japanese name lol. So I have an Americanized Chinese last name and a Japanese first name. Like if I went abroad, in China they’d pronounce my last name Ho, where as in the states it’s Holl (like Hall).

  • L
  • North Wales, United States
  • 4 months ago

We've decided to go with an American name for a boy and a Latin name for a girl but both will share the same Korean middle name :)

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  • R
  • San Francisco, United States
  • 4 months ago

I had a Korean friend who’s son celebrated his 1st birthday by doing a Doljabi! That should be fun!

  • E
  • Milford, United States
  • 4 months ago

I bought my daughter Asian dolls and if you search keywords on Amazon you’ll find some great things! I looked for Italian first books and found a lot. I’m sure there are options if you look for something like “xyz ethnicity” baby books, lullabyes, etc.

  • T
  • Lakeland North, United States
  • 5 months ago

we are having my husbands family speak to the baby in Russian and my family only speaks english. it's funny he smiles whenever someone speaks russian to him. we plan on having him watch russian cartoons and focus on russian language at home. I'm still learning lol he will probably learn before I do.

  • T
  • Lakeland North, United States
  • 5 months ago

we also got tons of baby books in russian

  • E
  • Fresno, United States
  • 4 months ago

I’ve spoken to my daughter in Russian ONLY since the day she was born (Also my fam does)& my husband & everyone else (lol) speaks to her in English but pretty much anyone close to us knows more than 10 words in Russian 😁🙌🏻

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