Raising bilingual children can be a challenge, thats why we have Cereal Dates, where we discuss our parenting journey and grow as a bilingual family. If you are passionate about bilingualism, child development, Montessori and all things parenting, join us. We will share our best parenting tips while enjoying a bowl of our favorite cereal.
4 Strategies for Learning a Second Language as an Adult
Raising Bilingual Children as Non-Native Speakers
Spanish for Parents - Visita al Doctor
Setting Bilingual Family Goals
To Santa or not to Santa
Love the Podcast
Been wanting to leave a review for months but I honestly couldn’t figure it out on Spotify, and then I was having issues with iTunes. I felt so silly! Anyway, I love listening to this podcast, they are so funny and a genuine couple. I also can relate to them because I also have a toddler who will be 2 next month and a 1 month old and I want them to learn Spanish because I’m Mexican American and my husband is from England and we live in California. It’s very important to me and my husband too for our children to be bilingual and know where their parents are from. I’m very impressed with their little boy Mateo, on how he switches from English to Spanish because he knows his audience. I’m still working on that, and hopefully my daughter will pick it up soon. Thank you for a lovely podcast and look forward to listening to it.
Honest, Educational and Warm
Cereal Dates is one of my go-to podcasts on my runs. Daniela and Jon are warm and loving while being completely relatable in the parenting journey. Their advice and resources for becoming a bilingual family are accessible and applicable to daily life. We are first time parents of a toddler and anglophones working to become bilingual alongside our child. While it’s not always easy, it feels doable with Daniela’s guidance. This is worth a listen for parents on the journey to raise bilingual children or become a bilingual family. I’ve even recommended the toddler discipline episode to friends who are not on the bilingual family journey because I loved it so much. Well done.
This is my favorite parenting and bilingualism podcast!
Daniela and John’s episodes come off very well thought out. They challenge me to think more deeply about whether my expectations are in line with where my child is developmentally and it’s helped me to be more intentional in my communication with him. The episodes are structured enough to be productive and valuable, but the podcast feels like an enjoyable conversation. Thank you so much for all the work you pour into this podcast. Bonus… the routine based Spanish lessons are awesome!!