Monday, December 5

miau...meow (a spanglish type giveaway from Dos Borreguitas)

happy to be sharing this gift guide with you...I have some fun giveaways this week...

 A gift guide is not  complete without some Spanglish style....and Dos Borreguitas (two little lambs) has just the right stuff for us to say...Yo hablo español!

Dos Borreguitas is an online children's store that features bilingual and bicultural products. Oh,how I love shops like these! 

Originally started as a blog by Cynthia Leonor Garza (a blog I have loved for some time now) about the hunt for cool, Latino-inspired children's products with a bilingual or bicultural twist, it has now transformed into a really really cool online store. 

Why Dos Borreguitas you ask?
In Cynthia's words..."The name is a nod to the two (or ni de aqui, ni de alla) sides in us. The black sheep and white sheep. The football and fútbol aficionado. The pan dulce and red velvet cupcake lover. The bilingual, bicultural American-Latino."

Her products are fun, hip, and definitely filled with Spanglish. A perfect gift for someone who loves culture, language and super cute clothes. ( :

I am super excited to be able to share this shop with you, Cynthia is just an awesome mamasita to read and I know we would totally meet up for playdates and café con leche if we lived close by. 

Cynthia sent Audrey one of her adorable tops... seriously the cutest!

and she wants to share one with you!

The Giveaway
I have two Dos Borreguitas t-shirts and/or onesies to giveaway to TWO of you!! All you have to do to enter is leave any topic related comment. I will pick a winner on December 12 at 11:59pm and email you if you win. Make sure you leave your email (if not already on your profile) so I can contact you. US only. Good luck!
What bit of Latino nostalgia, sayings, culture or just plain coolness would you like to see on a shirt for your chiquito?

OR How are you passing on your culture to your chiquitos?
Definitely not required but love you if you do...

Like Dos Borreguitas on FB
Follow Dos Borreguitas on twitter

Cynthia is giving Culture Mami readers a discount. Yay! Enter code CULTUREMAMI at check out and receive 20% off your entire order plus free shipping!

*Dos Borreguitas sent Audrey the cutest top... she is also sending two for giveaways. No other compensation was given. I truly am so happy to share this with you. ( :


MJ said...

I love the shirt with the animals!!! I was just talking to my fiancé not too long about difference between Spanish and English "barking" dogs lol

Unknown said...

this is soooo cute! I love these shirts and who they reflect our culture! I have a onesie put away that says Piu Piu (it was a gift from Carrie) for my future bebe! LOL (shhh don't tell anyone about my girlieness). But I've got some cute little cousins that this would definitely look cute on! Or... it could go in my future bebe bin. ;-)

Unknown said...

Que lindos!!! You always find the cutest things!! These days I'm "empeñada" on my kid's spanish which is a huge part of the culture. We are looking for Adrian's school and a full immersion Spanish looks so good! So we are crossing our fingers he gets in, it;s by lottery :(

Mercedes @BeChicMag said...

Super cute shirts and those kids are precious! said...

How cute! Love the shirts!

Jackie said...

I am teaching my son Spanish and speaking it to him in Spanish as much as possible. His father doesn't speak it, and my son is actually forgetting it. I definitely don't want that to happen.

Lisa Renata said...

First of all I can't believe I had not heard of this wonderful shop! Will check it out as soon as I post this.

Now when it comes to my kids and learning Spanish- I'm still using the One Parent One language method. Though as time goes by that has become a bit more flexible. Ultimately my goal for my chiquitos is for them to grow up fully bilingual!

Sujeiry said...

A saying that would be cute for a shirt: el que va para 'Villa pierde su silla! Lol.

Ana Flores said...

Super cute! We want to see more and more of these shops pop up and be successful. Don't include me in giveaway since we're hosting one next week as well :)

Viviana Hurtado/The Wise Latina Club said...

Loved the T with animal sounds in both languages, something that always cracked me up yet fascinated me as a little girl. I would love to see something focused on intelligence and gender neutral, messaging Latino kids growing up in the U.S. desperately need. For e.g.: I think therefore I am (Descartes) or Yo sé quien soy (Don Quijote) in both languages, for girls and boys.


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