A list of great sites and blogs on multilingualism, parenting, children education and book reviews:

A French American Life
Perspectives on my bicultural family from a Francophilic, Francophobic Anglophone. Sometimes, it’s complicated.

All Done Monkey
Embracing the Magic in the Madness of Motherhood.

Being Multilingual (expert blog)
This blog is from a freelance linguist with a keen interest in multilingualism.

Bilingual Babes
This blog is the story of our multilingual misadventures, involving 2 children, 3 languages, and a great many chocolate bribes in my attempts to bring language and positive identity to our kids.

Raising a baby in Portuguese, English and Oshivambo (for now).

Bicultural  Mom™
Raising niños in a mixed & matched world

Bilingual Education
This blog is dedicated to the Te Reo Maori, Samoan & French bilingual education units at Richmond Road School in Ponsonby Auckland.

Bilingual Fun: Spanish for Children
Spanish for children and bilingual learning.

Brining up baby bilingual from Sarah
This blog is an exploration of raising children with more than one language and a record of Sarah’s efforts to teach French as a non-native speaker to her son (Griffin, approaching age 3), her nephew (Carl, almost 5), and assorted kid and adult tutees.

Brussels Sprout
This is the tale of an expat going into parenthood in Brussels. Here you will find information on pregnancy, parenting, multilingual and multicultural children, along with our many other adventures.

Bonjour Mama
Ups and downs of parenting, part-time in French.

Busy as a Bee in Paris
Not your typical Paris blog, ours is the story of a multicultural, trilingual family living in a woodsy valley just outside of Paris. Voilà our adventures caught through the lenses of my heart and camera. Enjoy!

Chitlins & Camembert: Go ahead – take a bite!
Amy Plumb is the pen name for Amy Huntington, who just finished Phase 2 (the Rewrite Phase) with her first novel and is waiting to hear what her agent thinks. An art historian by training and multiple hat-wearer in actuality (translator, university English teacher, writer), Amy spends her time fixing up a 200-year old farmhouse, trying to figure out this motherhood thing, and attempting to understand her French husband: a challenge even when they speak the same language.

Dad’s the way I like it
Blog about parenting, fatherhood and representations of dads.

Discovering The World Through My Son’s Eyes
As a multicultural family we’re teaching our son a love for life, and different cultures; and to embrace his own multicultural identity. Helping him expand his horizons, and his view of the world through every day events, crafts, books, and travel in a culturally diverse world.

Enable Me to Grow
This blog is aimed at collecting resources for mothers to intentionally cultivate their own spiritual growth as well as nourish the spirits of their little ones.

Espanol para ninos bilingues
Me llamo Joselyn. Soy profesora de español y madre de dos niños: Isabel, de casi 11 años, y Alexander, de 11 meses. Este blog trata sobre el aprendizaje del español en el seno de familias bilingües. ¡Te invito a compartir experiencias!

For the Love of Spanish
This blog was created in December of 2011 as a place to collect my thoughts, discoveries, and resources on all things Spanish.

From One Swamp to Another
not so new to Paris stay at home mom from florida

Fun For Spanish Teachers
Fun ideas to teach Spanish to children!

German in the Afternoon
A blog from a native English-speaker (American) who learned German in school, at university, and studying abroad.

Homeschool Ways
This blog is from Adriana Zoder, a polyglot, writer, homeschooling mom, and book lover. This blog tells the story of our homeschooling journey while sharing ideas and information relating to homeschooling in general.

Kids Go Bilingual
Kids Go Bilingual brings you personal accounts of our hopes and dreams for our children, our opinions on issues of multiculturalism and diversity, and some of the ideas and products that have made learning language fun for our kids!

La Mother Tongue
La Mother Tongue is a mom’s medium to share the joys and challenges of being a new parent as well as to share how she makes a conscious effort in their daily life to bring baby up bilingual.

Life as a Bilingual
This blog is created by François Grosjean, Ph.D., an Emeritus Professor of psycholinguistics, Neuchâtel University, Switzerland. His domains of interest are the perception, comprehension and production of language, be it speech or sign language, in monolinguals and bilinguals. He also has interests in biculturalism, applied linguistics, aphasia, sign language, and natural language processing. He is better known for his work on bilingualism in which he has investigated the holistic view of bilingualism, language mode, the complementarity principle, the processing of code-switching and borrowing, as well as the bilingualism of the Deaf.

This blog was created by a writer, publisher, linguist, library student, foreign-language aficionado, and mother of three in order to provide information and resources for librarians, educators, and parents who want to help children learn languages and linguistics, understand cultures, and become citizens of the world.

Marie’s Pastiche
This blog is from Marie whose family is embarking on our virtual travel to China in 2013. To explore this country and the Chinese culture, she will follow along with the festivals, cook and eat traditional foods, learn of traditional handicrafts with hands on exploration, along with many activities to immerse ourselves.

Me Mama Maman
parenting and raising baby bilingually.

This is our place to give you a taste of our life, including recipes, educational experiences, and other fun Southeast Asian stuff.

Mother Daughter & Son Book Review
A book review website by a mother-daughter team who love to read.  They wanted to created a space where kids under the age of 13 (sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, grandsons, granddaughters, step kids) and their grown-ups (mom, dad, grandpa, grandma, aunt, uncle, babysitter) can share their opinions about some of the books they’ve read.

Multilingual Mama
raising multilingual kids in a diverse world.

Mummy Do That!
A blog from a mother of two, who is also passionate about asylum and refugee  issues, child poverty, sustainability/climate change/peak oil, parenting and crafting.

Notes from the OPOL Family
A blog about an English-French bilingual family written by Suzanne Barron-Hauwaert, author of two books on Bilingual Parenting and mother of three more-or-less bilingual children. Hear how the family got started and how they cope with day-to-day life….

Our Non-native Bilingual Adventure
A blog from Bonne Maman, an English native speaker who wants to bring her children up to be bilingual.

Perogies and Gyoza
A blog from a Canadian mother of two, now living in Japan.

Pumpkin Online English Language Course for Children

Spanglish Baby
A blog magazine from two Latina moms – who are extremely passionate about ensuring our children not only speak both our languages, English and Español, but that they also grow up proud of both their cultures, Latino and American.

Teaching and Learning Spanish
This blog is from Karen. She has studying Spanish since high school and then went on to earn a BA in college. Currently she is trying to teach my elementary-age children Spanish by using the language in context mainly.

Trilingual + 1 = Indonesian, French, English + German
world trotters raising two multilingual kids

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    Amy Huntington // May 14th, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    I have added your link to my blogroll. thanks

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    santi d // May 16th, 2009 at 10:11 am

    Your link is on my list :D.

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    great site! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have added your link and would love to exchange.

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    Benjol // May 18th, 2009 at 12:42 pm

    Thanks for the offer to exchange links. So far I haven’t done a list of blog links – mostly because I’ve never much bothered to look at lists of blogs on other blogs.

    Also, my site is mostly aimed at friends and family, so I’m not particularly looking to drive traffic to my site.


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    thanks for stopping by on my blog. I’ve added you to my list.

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    I have added your link on my website but still waiting for you to do mine….

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    @Tarun: Sorry for the delay. Your link is shown on my site now.

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    hey by mistake you added wrong link of my website, can you please make it for homepage of mine ? Baby Products : http://www.letbabyplay.com/links.html

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    @Tarun Kumar: Sure! The link is updated.

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