• Bilingualism

    Raising Multilingual Children – A Blog Hop

    This was always our plan. From the moment that my husband and I realised that we were destined to stay together, to marry, to raise a family; we had always known that our children would be bilingual. It simply wasn’t an option to do otherwise as our parents do not speak each others’ languages. For our children to be able to communicate with both sides of their extended family, bilingualism was essential. In this week’s bloghop,¬†Tales From Windmill Fields¬†asks   How important is language learning for you? Are your children bilingual? Will they be? How do you keep the languages going?   My husband is German, I am Scottish and…