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But my White Australian boyfriend have a harder time adapting to me.😛 Especially on the matter of food, and this has been quite challenging to my avid cook self. Multilingual Living is the place where she shares her knowledge about raising multilingual and multicultural children.
I can totally relate to what you say about your non-Latvian husband teaching you about how truly Latvian you are.
Whether they grow up on a farm, in the city, poor or rich, they just have an air of sophistication about them. ) Reply That is so funny about your American husband who doesn’t find “the Latvian thing fascinating”!
(The cloth diapering decision was super easy for us, too!
When we met in Ireland, he didn’t realize how completely common I am in my home country… The interesting thing for me is this: my non-Latvian husband has taught me that I’m Latvian in ways I didn’t even realize. If every marriage is, in a way, the meeting of two cultures, getting to know that other culture also teaches you about yours.
I’m a Latvian married to an American, but I’m an American, too, so I’m not exactly married to a foreigner. I think my brother-in-law put it best at our wedding, when all the Latvians sang me and Joe a folk song and then the brother-in-law said, “You know how people say you marry not just a person, but their family, too? But he’s at least somewhat supportive of it, and we dye our Easter eggs in onion skins every spring.