What Is A Global Citizen?: Guest Post on Bilingual Babes

What Is A Global Citizen? Alldonemonkey guest post on Bilingual BabesI am so thrilled to be doing a guest post today for the amazing Tallulah of Bilingual Babes.  If you missed her guest post here on helping kids deal with being “different,” you must check it out!

When we decided to exchange guest posts, Tallulah asked me to talk more about the concept of raising a global citizen, which is a central focus of my blog and of how we are raising our little Monkey. Sounds nice, but what does it mean?  Today’s guest post is dedicated to answering that question, sharing how I understand global citizenship and why it is such a passion for me.

Read the full post here and share what global citizenship means to you!:

What is a global citizen and why is it important for your child?

This post has been shared at Natural Mothers Network’s Seasonal Celebration Sunday, My Life’s a Treasure’s Our Favorite Things, Milk and Cuddles’ Mommy Club, the Culture Swapper, and the Sunday Parenting Party.


4 comments on “What Is A Global Citizen?: Guest Post on Bilingual Babes

  1. Beautiful post and a beautiful lesson. Thank you for sharing at my Our Favorite Things Link Party. Have a great week.

  2. […] I have always been inspired by Baha’u'llah’s quotation, “The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens.”  A major focus of my blog is our efforts to raise our son to be bilingual and bicultural but also, more importantly, to be a citizen of the planet. […]

  3. […] be compassionate and contribute to the world around them.  For me, this is a significant part of raising my children to be global citizens and a core element of my spiritual foundation as a Baha’i, so I am always thinking of how to […]

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