Tag Archives: baby

Next Gen Feminista Friday: Mother’s Day Lesson from Mami

Mother's_Day_Lesson_From_Mami-TheWiseLatinaClub

My mother sat on my bed and listened patiently as I described every. single. detail. I was fifteen, burrowed under my comforter, and surrounded by tissues when I heard a light tapping on the door. “Hey, you okay?” My ears perked up when I  Read More...

Bebé Plus Me: Article of Faith

Bebé + Me: Baby L

“We would be honored if you would be Baby L‘s godmother,” Lil’ Sis’ asked, the two of us choking up. My baby sister’s prayers were answered when she was blessed with this perfect little girl. Immediately, I accepted, as I  Read More...

More Minority Babies, More Gringo Than Ever

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on More Minority than White Births

Leave it to celebrity news to capture a national freak out: The OMG! from Yahoo! headline: Minority Babies Now Majority: First Time in U.S. History–omg as in Oh!  My!  God! “50.4 percent of the nation’s babies born in a 12-month period  Read More...

Bebé Plus Me: The Power of One

The Wise Latina Club's Baby L Turns 1

Blogger-in-Chief’s Note: This post was first published on November 3, 2011 to celebrate the 1st birthday of Baby L.  Lil’s Sis’ reflection of the challenge and wonder of watching her first and only baby grow in her womb, in the  Read More...

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado Talks New Immigration Laws, Obamas’ Marriage, & Beyoncé’s Baby on NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin

Viviana Hurtado & NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin

“Celebrities, They’re Just Like Us!” is my favorite segments in US Weekly. They eat ice cream! They go to Target! nboinbreogrogtewoighrogqoig They face plant in their computers because they’re so tired from burning the midnight, day break, lunchtime, former Oprah slot, late  Read More...

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado “Speaky the Spanish” on NPR’s “Tell Me More with Michel Martin”

Viviana Hurtado on NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin

I did the sign of the cross–en el nombre del Padre, del Hijo y del Espíritu Santo–and prayed that Manhattan would not break off and sink into the Atlantic Ocean, that my house in DC would not be ripped from  Read More...

Bebé Plus Me: The Nanny Diarios

Baby L

Apologies for dropping off for so long!  I’ve been trying to get my groove, balancing Baby L, marriage, the Golden Retriever, and returning to work. This has been my toughest decision with a hefty side serving of peer pressure. I  Read More...

Bebé Plus Me: To Go Back to Work or Not to Go Back to Work. That is the question.

Before Hamlet famously declared “to be or not to be,” Mamis have been struggling with the decision to go back to work, if we can afford it, or stay at home.  Two of my closest friends had their daughters within  Read More...