Author name: Isay Cabugon

Isay Cabugon is a proud mom to her only son. She was born and raised in the Philippines and is now residing in Madrid, Spain with her family. She supports bilingual upbringing, co-sleeping and spoiling kids with so much love and attention, as part of her motherhood journey. On the side, she enjoys her corporate life as a PMO/project and programme management expert.

Fun Facts about Dubai In my eyes as a tourist | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Fun Facts about Dubai: In my eyes as a tourist

I am fortunate to have visited Dubai for 4 times since 2014. Ever we since discovered Emirates airline, it has been our top airline choice to visit my homeland, the Philippines. And, as a side trip, to visit the modern and beautiful city of Dubai. My aunt, one of my mother´s younger sisters, and her […]

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How we Foster a Multicultural Mindset in our Family - Multicultural Kid Blogs

How we Foster a Multicultural Mindset in our Family

Aside from being bilingual in Spanish and English and kicking off with his Tagalog (my national language from the Philippines), my son is in touch and connected with our world. He understands how big and diverse our universe is and even if we come from different backgrounds, ethnic groups, or origins, we are all the

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Interesting facts about the relationship and history between Spain and the Philippines | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Interesting Facts about the Long History and Relationship Between Spain and the Philippines

In this short article, I will share interesting facts about the relationship between Spain and the Philippines. These two countries started as friends and have remained friends, overcoming the test of time, despite being on different continents and in different time zones. History shows that Spain and the Philippines have shared a very long and

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