Summer Schooling Twitter Party

Homeschool Twitter Party

On average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills during the summer months. For this reason, Math is the one subject that I make sure we cover year round. Whether you are a homeschool mom that homeschools year round or a mom that simply wants to supplement the summer months with math, we have a fun Twitter party lined up just for you! We will chat about Math … [Read more...]

“Latin Moves” Twitter Party with #Net10Latino


Growing up in a Hispanic family means three things to me culture, food and music! Every gathering, holiday or family memory always ties to the Latin music that keeps us grounded to our Latin roots and our culture. As a proud sponsor of the Billboard en Concierto series in Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and New York, Net10 Wireless is celebrating Latin culture and music. The annual Billboard en Concierto concert series, … [Read more...]

Make this Year a Perfect 10 Twitter Party with #Net10Latino


Now that 2013 is in full swing, many of us have made our list of goals we want to attain in the New Year. Many of us are focused on health, organization, budgeting, and more. There is only one problem with resolutions or goals: KEEPING THEM! We all need a little push or support to keep us in check. Net10 Wireless and Latina Mom Bloggers invite you to join us for “Make this Year a Perfect 10” Twitter Party on Tuesday, … [Read more...]

Net10 Wireless Holiday Twitter Party #Net10Latino

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It's that time of year, our children are making their lists and checking them twice. I think it would be fair to say that on top every tween/teens list is sure to be a smartphone.  How about a Net10 Wireless smartphone? Net10 Wireless, a prepaid wireless service, offers families the perfect smartphone solution for the whole family with Family Talk Plans: prepaid wireless service and phones! This is the most frugal and … [Read more...]


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As a Hispanic mama, sharing my Latin heritage with my boys is very important. Unfortunately, my boys are not growing up with tios, tias, primos, primas y abuelos, as I did. I tend to go out of my way to make sure  my boys are learning about their Latin heritage through pictures of family back in Nicaragua, sharing traditions, meals and stories. My Nicaraguan heritage is so much of who I am, I want my children, … [Read more...]