Bicultural and multicultural people rule.

Bicultural and multicultural people rule.

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

Kids are the best part in a family but when it comes to talk about bicultural or bilingual kids the topic tends to be different . Yes I am talking about all the kids who are bicultural or bilingual .Do you think they are the same as others . Yes for sure better the other way around. The kids are the creation of  parents who come from different community and cultures and it is their responsibility to make their kids grow and attain the bicultural status if the parents want to for them. I after coming to the states have seen bicultural kids of many origins as the people over here are from every different community.

It has always been a misconception that bicultural kids tend to be different from the normal one , but to me they are the ones which have more than the normal ones why they are a combination of different varied culture .They tend to have more superiority over the normal ones in terms of every count is what I think. They tend to learn about two different cultures being in one  same place , learn two or more different languages and many more to come. In terms of teaching they are even exposed to two different cultures making them to know more about then only learning your family’s future .

In due course of time as the world is changing day by day and along with it the people are also changing it will tend to be a common culture of having bicultural kids as more and more people are changing their perspective of marriages and tend to marry in any different culture. So it’s not too far that bicultural kids are gonna be the new sensation in the community in the short phase of time and also to the world. To know further more about bicultural kids do visit my blog,

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