Kids Don’t Always Need Words Republished at InCultureParent

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My post “Kids Don’t Always Need Words” about a spontaneous play date has been republished as “How Kids Play who Don’t Speak the Same Language” at InCultureParent magazine. I’ve recently been introduced to this lovely magazine that highlights parenting and viewpoints from around the world. I am excited to be featured there and hope you will stop over and enjoy the magazine and articles as much as I have.

InCultureParent.com - Raising little global citizens.

An online magazine for parents raising little global citizens, whose mission is to foster great understanding across cultures through the lens of parenting. Articles on raising multicultural and multilingual children, parenting around the world, columns on the religious life of children, international adoption and multicultural living, blogs, global holidays/crafts/recipes, multicultural children’s book reviews and much more.

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6 Responses to “Kids Don’t Always Need Words Republished at InCultureParent”

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  1. Congratulations! That site sounds excellent; I’ll definitely drop by to check it out :)

  2. Ryan says:

    Jody, congrats on being published in the magazine, the article is great!

  3. Heather says:

    Congrats! Lovely article. It’s so amazing how accepting kids are.

  4. A. Kassie says:

    Congratulations, Jody!!!! You are amazing!! I’m sure Dorian tells you that all the time.

  5. Kathy says:

    Yay! Congrats! That is soooo cool! I will definitely click over and check it out. Thanks for the heads up. :)

  6. We had a similar experience staying in a rural Kenyan village with my 3 year old. He speaks swahili, but these kids only spoke a local dialect. It absolutely did not matter. He wanted next to nothing to do with me once he saw the other kids and they ran around kicking a ball and doing cartwheels. It’s a scene that says so much about our inherent ability to relate to one another – something we sadly lose a bit of as we get older.