THE GLOBAL MOM SHOW connects moms around the world who are seeking to live with a global vision right where they are. Whether in their home countries or abroad, moms from around the world share their experiences as expats, immigrants, aid workers, diplomats, or homebodies. Anyone can be a Global Mom, all it takes is a love for the world and a desire to share that with your kids. We talk cultural differences, travel, educating global kids, teaching languages, bilingualism, learning, and basically anything you want. Sign up for the newsletter and find show notes at www.theglobalmom.com!
The Many Ways to Be Bilingual, with Christa Jimenez (TGMS 32)
Today on the show, I talk with Christa Jimenez about the commitment she’s made to raise her children to be bilingual. She is living in the US, but she is doing a lot of things to keep her two girls connected with their heritage, since her husband is from Costa Rica. Christa is the founder+ Read More
Talking to Your Mixed Race Kids About Race, with Sonia Smith-Kang (TGMS 31)
Several months ago, I came across an article by Sonia Smith-Kang on The Mash-Up Americans website titled: How to Talk to Your Mixed Race Kids About Race. Sonia’s steps were straightforward and accessible, and I knew I wanted to have her on the show to talk about her background and how she’s raising her own+ Read More
BONUS Episode: Mom Chat with Anjelica Malone
Anjelica Malone and I just kept talking, and we thought we would share the rest of our conversation with you. We touch on the refugee ban, books we want to read, how we’ve developed an understanding of our global identity, and things we are loving right now. Here’s the show notes: The Spirit Catches You+ Read More
Living Your Own Version of Motherhood, with Anjelica Malone (TGMS30)
Have you ever met someone and immediately connected? That’s how it was with me and Anjelica Malone. She started listening to the podcast after the first couple of episodes last summer, and soon she was sending me voicemails (using the tool on the right side of this page) to tell me about what she liked+ Read More
Talking to Your Kids About Race, with Lucretia Berry (TGMS#29)
If you live in the United States, you know that this past year has brought to the surface lots of racial tensions. We’ve seen racism on the news and in our classrooms. And many of us have had to re-evaluate how we are thinking about and talking about race and discrimination. Now, if you don’t+ Read More
Why Multicultural Children’s Books Are so Important, with Mia Wenjen (TGMS28)
Reading to your kids is a fantastic way to teach your kids about anything. It only follows then that multicultural children’s books would be an excellent way to teach your children about other cultures. But despite the number of mixed-race families and immigrants increasingly growing in the United States, the number of multicultural books being+ Read More
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Fun way to broaden perspective
I’m grateful for this podcast offering some practical ways to broaden the world of my family. Guests offer their cultural experiences through travel, partnerships food and other opportunities.
I listened to this the first time today and love the concept of this show. Mary has a pleasant voice and has lot’s of interesting guests on the show. As a fellow podcaster- I always notice audio and have to say her audio is really great!! :) Nice job Mary Grace, keep it up. - Lindsey
I absolutely love hearing the different perspectives on parenting and raising global citizens from mothers around the globe. MaryGrace has done a great job of finding mothers from literally across the globe. I especially love the recent article for the 4th of July that included the perpective of a Dominican mama raising kiddos that identify as American. I can resonate with raising third culture kids.