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When your children seemingly refuse to speak your native language

25 December 2014

Parenting failure # 1,256: I am bilingual, yet my own children don't seem to grasp how beneficial it is to speak a language other than English! It has to be my fault for not being diligent in speaking to them in both English AND French, right? That they may just want to speak the same language as their peers just doesn't factor into it. Surprise, surprise: I'm not the only parent experiencing this dilemma, as this Washington Post article on the same topic suggests.