Kamayan Style Christmas Dinner

For a multicultural household, holidays are always a combination of traditions. Since we had turkey for Thanksgiving, I wanted to...

Bilo-bilo from scratch

Here’s a fun activity that’s also delicious to eat! During our #coronastaycation we made a traditional Filipino dessert “ginataan” also...

15 Tips on Planning Paris Family Trip

1.) Jet lag is real, children don’t time change immediately. If you’re from the west coast, you will feel the 9 hour difference. You will...

Got Kalamansi?

Next Filipino Storytime is Aug. 24, 2019 Saturday. Featuring: Roanne de Guia-Samuels of blog Kalamansi Juice. Tita Roanne is a licensed...

How do you say "sunset" in Tagalog?

August is “buwan ng wika” National Language month in the Philippines. Let’s celebrate our many languages with our favorite words. The...

Lessons on Sharing in Tagalog

In my family, concepts of sharing are not always equal. My mom is always encouraging me to “magpalamang kana lang, ikaw ang masmatanda”...

Filipino Storytime

Ages 0-5. Come join us for Filipino Storytime. Learn rhymes, folk songs history and the Filipino culture. Practice greetings and basic...

Tagalog in a Bi-Cultural Household

What’s your experience learning Tagalog in a bicultural household? As a Filipino American how does it feel to know or not know Tagalog?...

How to say "No" in Tagalog

How do you say no to a toddler? Isabelle is at the age were she wants to assert control, so every day is a battle. I say 'no' to this,...

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