My wife's cousin Michelle and her husband David Saucedo of Texas have a wonderful three-year-old daughter named Lianna who less than a year ago was diagnosed with Leukemia. Liana is my daughter Briani's favorite cousin and we were very upset that on her 3rd birthday today Liana had to be stuck in a Dallas hospital fighting several infections that are largely the result of chemo.
As a loyal reader of PapiBlogger.com you know that we regularly try to do things differently and collaboratively with really cool mom bloggers like my dear friends Rory Lassanske of Mama Contemporanea and my new […] Read More >>
I've been to many theme parks in my life, even to the original Disneyland in California, but nothing compares to the Magic Kingdom, the one place on earth where my past, present and future family generations continue to mingle.
As many of you know PapiBlogger has been busy organizing Hispanicize 2011, the first national conference to bring all the Latina and Latino bloggers together, April 6-8. Tonight a lucky blogger will win conference passes […] Read More >>
Desconozco cuál es el lenguaje amoroso de su hijo, pero es muy probable que evolucione. Tal y como la esposa del pastor descubrió, podría ser muy diferente a lo que usted piensa que debía ser. Este proceso de estudiar el lenguaje del amor de su hijo dura toda la vida y no será cosa fácil.
In order to bring Black History Month to life I like to tell my children about real African Americans that have impacted my life so today I want to acknowledge two Black Americans (one a man and another a woman) who in one way or another have touched my life.
Even though smartphones keep getting more advanced and easier to use, there are still throngs of people who, like my mom and sister, marvel at what these handsets can do and believe they're still too sophisticated to handle.
Into the despair of technophobia comes Sprint with its refreshingly simple Sprint ID.
GUEST POST BY MIGDALIA RIVERA Latina On a Mission This Wednesday, PapiBlogger will join Hispanicize and several Latino bloggers as co-hosts for the first Hispanicize Twitter Party of 2011, sponsored by Sprint. Of course, you […] Read More >>
Goal setting and financial education for children is imperative to our children’s future. Every parent should be looking at teaching fiscal responsibility with the same importance as, say, math. This mindset will lead to a movement and a brighter future for children who don’t have the “me” mentality and who aren’t aware that saving, rather than using credit, is the way to a financially responsible, happy, way of life.
Ok, before I go anywhere too strange with this, let me start by saying that the folks at General Motors got me THISCLOSE to actually becoming an official car enthusiast. Given that I'm in Detroit […] Read More >>