One piece of chocolate cake, one ice cream cone, one pickle, one slice of swiss cheese, one slice of salami... lollipop, one piece of cherry pie, one sausage, one cupcake, and one slice of watermelon!

That was off the top of my head--I think it's right, or close to right. Can you guess the book? How many books do you have memorized? :)

That's a great idea, Anastasiya Belov. Madeleine has a few vocabulary books in German that we like to read together. We too are trying to encourage picking up two languages--now is the best time to start!
my three year old is completely fluent in both languages but my 18 month old knows about four or five word of each, and so e are the same word in the different languages she uses them both just at different times. We also do sing language that they both are pretty good at. I am actually partially deaf and a genetic disorder on my moms side could make me completely deaf one day so I thought teaching he, sign language could help in the future
About Tish
Born: Homestead, Pennsylvania
Current: State College, Pennsylvania
Birth: March 04
On since: Dec 17, 2013
Working mom of two, happily married, editor/content manager of scientific publications for a scholarly society in Washington DC, attached parent, extended nurser. Parenting and loving the best way I know how!