Seems like a whole lot of people came to read one of his sites. About the same number of people who lives in San Jose. (Yeah! He and I both know the way. He drives and I ride in the back.)
Daddy is a professional blogger. He knows how to write, what to write, when to write stuff so that lots and lots of people come to read. He makes money, too. Buys me stuff from the Disney store and takes me places like to the movies to see Tangled and Rio. He also teaches others how to …
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.
My daddy is a problogger. I don’t know lots of stuff, but I know what that means. It means he goes to Panera Bread to eat cookies and drink iced tea while looking at his computer. And sometimes he takes me along and I can eat flower cookies and drink smoothies and blog on my computer, too!
Bicultural Mama is not. She’s been around for a while. And she has written almost 450 posts! I can hardly count that high. I sometimes get confused around 15, 16 …
Bicultural Mama writes about bicultural sell it bitties. (Ed. Celebrities)
Daddy says I don’t need to be a celebrity to be called pretty and to be loved. But it’s okay to see how other people have become good at what they do and are admired by other people. They are called rolly pollies or something like that. (Ed. Role Models).
Bicultural Mama introduces tips for kids – like what happens if you are getting cowed. (Ed. Bullied.)
I know what to do if I get bullied, like from my teacher at my Chinese-American kindergarten.
I tell my daddy. And he takes care of it. He had a long talk with the head teacher at school this morning. And she listened to my daddy. Go, daddy!
Speaking of school. Recess is over. I’d better get back inside before my teachers think I am watching Netflix.
Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.