• L
  • North Wales, United States
  • 5 days 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?
  • N
  • Addison, United States
  • 2 days ago

I’d say just teach the baby each of your traditions.is your husband a traditional Korean?most Korean Americans aren’t.have him teach her korean(if he knows any),introduce her to Korean foods,music ,etc and you vice versa.itll naturally fall into place. My fiancé is Venezuelan and I’m Jamaican so we plan to teach the baby both cultures,straight from the root.

  • T
  • Lakeland North, United States
  • 2 days 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
  • 2 days ago

we also got tons of baby books in russian

  • J
  • La Mesa, United States
  • 2 days ago

I am Mexican and black, my husband is Mexican. I wasn’t raised knowing much about the black culture. As I was raised with my mom’s family, dad’s side is on the east coast. Anyway, with our daughter we’re going to pick and choose what we want to teach her, and as for the black side I will be learning with her. We talk to my daughter in both English and Spanish. My daycare lady speaks only Spanish, which I love and is how I learned Spanish. If we ask her something in English she replies in Spanish. Congrats on the pregnancy!! You’re both beautiful.

  • E
  • DC, United States
  • 2 days ago

I’m white and very pale & my husband is black & pretty dark (not in a racist way). We do a lot of the same stuff any all white or all black family would do! Though some traditions are different it’s relatively easy and fun! & your baby will be stunning 😀

  • E
  • Caldwell, United States
  • 2 days ago

Congratulations on your baby!! If your husband speaks Korean have him speak to them Korean and you could speak even Spanish to them! Or just English. I promise they will catch on! My kids are starting to be by lingual and they are only 1&3. I know you’re asking about traditions but I thought maybe this would also be something to teach your baby! Even just teaching them small words in another language is fun and awesome for your baby!

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