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It's been almost a year since we started this podcast. Amazing how time flies! We've loved sharing our story with you along the whole way. As we looking to grow and expand the show we're going to take a break for the summer as we look into other options (Instagram, YouTube, etc.)We hope to hear from you about what you've liked the most and that we …
 
After learning Spanish for a while, you develop an extra sensitivity whenever someone starts speaking it near you. This is certainly the case for us and for many others we know. In this episode we have some family updates and how we're speaking more with people out and about.¡Gracias por Escuchar!more at http://breakingespanol.com/46…
 
Jennie's cousin Michael Field is back from his trip through South America! In this episode we hear about his travels through Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, and Uraguay all while staying in hostels. It's a trip we've all wanted to take, now you can hear exactly what it is like. Enjoy!more at http://breakingespanol.com/45…
 
As we mentioned last week we’re losing our nanny, but good news! We’ve found a bilingual daycare near Jennie’s work. We’re both excited and nervous at the same time about this. In this episode we talk through how we decided on this and how Jack is doing with his own Spanish.More at http://breakingespanol.com/44…
 
This is a tough week! We’re losing our Nanny due to the schedule not working for her, so we’re looking into preschools. Fortunately, we have some good prospects on bilingual preschools in our area, so we’re hopeful to find one soon. Jennie also recently went to Tijuana for a six course (platos) dinner from local chefs in the Playas area. In her din…
 
This episode is all about food. Specifically food from Santiago, Chile. Jennie's recent trip to Chile gave her many opportunities to eat the local fare and enjoy the culture. In this episode, she shares all about her cooking class, the markets, and challenges of a foreign language menu.¡Gracias por Escuchar!more at http://breakingespanol.com/42…
 
We continue to start off the show speaking in Spanish. Jennie’s back from Chile and ready to share about her time in Santiago and the coastline of Chile. She loved speaking in Spanish while there and has some fun experiences to share. We couldn’t fit it all in one episode so catch part 2 next week!We also started a new community over on Patreon whe…
 
Jennie is going to Chile! She’s super excited to visit a new country and take in the culture and language with her good friend. In this week we talk about her preparations for the trip and some of the things she is looking to do while in Chile. She’ll be back in a week and hopes to record while there so next week stay tuned for some potential clips…
 
We're introducing a new segment where we catch up with each other about the past week in Spanish. Thank you everyone for the great feedback about our previous conversations in Spanish for motivating us to do this. We think this will be a good way to share where we are at in our journey as well as help you learn a bit in the process. Enjoy!More at h…
 
Thanks to Lalo we recently discovered a fun new app called Hello Talk which has been a ton of fun so far. It's sort of like having a pen pal from another country that is trying to learn your language, and you theirs. So you can chat back and forth as well as correct each others messages. It's a whole new experience for us that we were excited to sh…
 
We're excited to have our Spanish teacher Lalo Vega back on the program. We start out this episode by speaking in Spanish for several minutes to give you guys an idea of where we're at as well as what a typical class is like for us. After our Spanish convo we had some fun learning Jerga or Slang from Lalo. We even learned some lessons on how to slo…
 
Part 3 of our journal through Oaxaca is all about Mezcal. We heard about this unforgettable mezcal educational tour of some palenques (Mezcal Distilleries) from some friends we made at the bed and breakfast. They gave us the guys info who we quickly called the following day and scheduled our tour for Sunday, the day before we were leaving. ¡Gracias…
 
In part 2 of our Journal through Oaxaca we take you on a tour through their unique botanical garden, to the ancient ruins of Monte Albán, and through the Museo de Textil. Monte Albán is a special place that reminds you how old the region of Oaxaca is. We toured this ancient center of the Zapotec people almost entirely in Spanish on a hot day with o…
 
This is Part 1 of our journal through Oaxaca! We are excited to share all about this beautiful and vibrant city in southern Mexico. We start with where you should stay, what to do, and how the food and art can't be missed, enjoy! And look forward to Part 2 and 3 in the coming weeks. ¡Gracias por Escuchar!Images and More at http://breakingespanol.co…
 
This week we have a very special guest, Aileen Passariello McAleer, a co-founder of our favorite app, Mama Lingua!Aileen shares her story of growing up bilingual with her parents and three siblings. Originally from Miami, she spent every summer in Venezuela, where her family is from. Now with two kids or her own she shares her tips for balancing th…
 
Lately, we’ve been really focusing on helping Jack learn to speak. Like all parents, we’ve read way too many articles on the internet about this which basically just confuse the issue. In this week’s episode, we talk in depth about this and share our new words.¡Gracias por Escuchar!More at: http://breakingespanol.com/30…
 
¡Feliz Año Nuevo! We’re excited to join you in the new year and all that it will bring. This week we reflect on the year that past and our goals for 2017. We also found this hilarious article about speaking Spanglish in the San Diego reader which had us laughing mucho! ¡Gracias por Escuchar!
 
We love watching Spanish movies. It helps us expand our vocabulary and learn the different accents used throughout the world. This week we share our thoughts on the movie Embarazados as well as our experiences speaking Spanish in real life including meeting a bilingual family from Israel. ¡Gracias por Escuchar!More at http://breakingespanol.com/26…
 
This week we look into what impact president-elect Trump could have on the Latino community in the United States. A lot of us are still shaking our head as to how this happened and what this will mean, but we did some research and break down what specific actions an anti-immigrant president means to millions of Americans.Full Notes at http://breaki…
 
Okay, so we tried to go camping and well, it didn’t go perfect. However, regardless of our failed overnight camping attempt due to rain and near freezing temperatures, we still used this as a learning opportunity. After retiring from the wilderness for the season, we ended up watching a great Spanish movie that we loved. Enjoy!Full notes at http://…
 
This week we’re talking all about immersion. There are two main ways we think about immersion, in school, and in life. So we have two stories this week about how bilingual education may be coming back if a state proposition passes as well as a tale of one woman who took her family through Mexico and South America to truly immerse themselves in Lati…
 
This week we catch up with our learning journey. We had a class with Lalo so we have lots of words and phrases to share. As well, we are planning a trip to Oaxaca and in doing so had to navigate making the travel arrangements in Spanish over email. This posed a challenge but we got through it and share our tips on how you can navigate these situati…
 
Over the past year, we've learned a ton about raising our son bilingual, including what we need to do as parents to try and keep up! This week Jennie shares her lessons and resources for raising a child bilingual and how to adjust everything from how you speak to your child to the cartoons we watch. Full Show Notes: http://breakingespanol.com/17…
 
On this episode we talk a lot about the past few weeks of learning as well as some of the encounters we’ve had trying to speak Spanish in real life. Ben was up in Santa Barbara for some work and had a few opportunities to speak Spanish while Jennie stayed home watching Novelas and eating ice cream. Okay that last part isn’t true, but we do talk abo…
 
We hear a lot from people that they’re scared to cross the border and visit Tijuana and Baja California. In this episode we share our experiences and some research we’ve done to help understand this fear better. It all started around 2008 when the Mexican President at the time began to fight the Tijuana Cartel to reduce violence. This lead to a wea…
 
Ben just got back from his trip to Mexico city so we sat down to hear how it went. Ben was there with his brother for his bachelor party (Despedida de Soltero) and visited many areas, the huge park Chapultepec, and enjoyed a ton of great food.Ben stayed in Downtown near the Palacio de Las Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) which was filled with ton…
 
This week Ben interviews a former colleague and friend of his with a unique backstory. Jonathan Zaidman comes from a family that immigrated to Mexico years ago after being turned down by the United States when they were fleeing their homes in eastern Europe for fear of persecution.There were many that fled this area, especially Jewish people, that …
 
We’re so excited to share with you our recent trip down to Valle de Guadalupe! If you’re not familiar, this is Baja’s burgeoning wine country that sits just east of Ensenada about 1.5hrs south of San Diego.For the drive down we took the 1D freeway which is a toll road because it is generally free of traffic and well maintained. This freeway also ru…
 
This week we give some updates in our learning journey including trying to get a SENTRI pass, Spanish play dates, making reservations in Spanish, and using some new apps to help build vocabulary.We also started back at the Culture and Language center taking lessons and have lots to share. You’ll hear what it feels like to take a year off and some o…
 
This week we recount a trip we went on early in our Spanish learning journey to Nicaragua. Often for Jennie’s birthday the weather here in San Diego is pretty rainy so we end up traveling, this time to an amazing tropical destination and surf paradise.The trip was five days in a small town called Playa Gigante at the Papaya Wellness surf and yoga r…
 
This week Jennie and Ben went to a local mexican restaurant in Barrio Logan, a very authentic Mexican area near downtown San Diego. At the restaurant they had a really authentic experience ordering, eating, and chatting w/ the ladies making all the food. The place is staffed by a bunch of old(er) Mexicanas that do things the traditional way. When y…
 
This week we get to hear from Jennie's cousin, Michael Field, who went through a Spanish immersion program as a child and is planning an upcoming study abroad in South America. Michael started his journey at an early age of 5 years old when his parents enrolled him in a Spanish immersion school in Portland, Oregon.His journey has taken him to and f…
 
Our last two weeks were chock full of experiences in our learning journey including our son’s 1st birthday party and our trip to Portland to visit family. At Jack’s party we had some family and close friends over to celebrate with many speaking both Spanish and English, including Jack’s nanny Patricia.On the trip to Portland to see family we starte…
 
This week we catch up with each other on how the week was as well as we did our first recording speaking Spanish in the wild! We took a mic with us on a recent journey out and about the town and got a few sound bites of us talking with others in Spanish.This is the first of many peeks into what it’s really like to be learning a language and trying …
 
This week we interviewed the man that has helped us immensely in our journey and taught us practically all the Spanish we know, our Spanish teacher, or guide as he likes to call himself, Lalo Vega!Lalo runs the Culture and Language Center (http://www.cultureandlanguagecenter.com) in San Diego where he has a unique approach to teaching. His students…
 
The past week proved to be full of exciting times meeting new friends in Español! Both Jennie and Ben met several people that are first language Spanish speakers and engaged in some interesting conversations. This episode introduces a new format where they talk about experiences like these along with other things they learned like new Spanish words…
 
We have a 11-month-old son, Jack. He has been the light of our life since he’s joined us here on planet Earth. Naturally, since we want everyone to gain a greater compassion for others by learning a new language, we decided to raise him bilingual. We have no doubt Jack will grow up being able to better communicate with other kids as a result of the…
 
We started our journey nearly 2 years ago to learn Spanish and immerse ourselves into Latin culture. Along the way we’ve been able to fine tune our method and what works for us including taking classes, using duolingo, and challenging ourselves to engage with others in public. While not easy, but hilarious at times, this episode is about how we arr…
 
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