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Dad Asks Triplet Sons A Question, Then They All Point Directly At Mama

by Kristin Avery
Kristin shares a Chicago home with a dog, a rabbit, two cats, a husband, and an 11-year-old daughter.

There is no doubt that young children pick up new skills more quickly and easily than adults. Toddler brains are like sponges absorbing and processing new experiences and information at record speed.

Learning a second language like Spanish just comes naturally at this age.

Mastering a language is both fun and educational, as well as a great family bonding activity. Bilingual children also pick up additional languages much more quickly than their peers, pretty much setting them on a path for personal, professional, and multicultural success in life!

Edgardo, father of adorable 2-year-old triplets, knows all about the importance of raising bilingual kids; he’s also an expert at making Spanish lessons super fun!

With their high chairs set up in a semicircle, Leo, Emi, and Cruz enthusiastically answer their papa’s questions. Where is Emi, where is Cruz, where is mama? The adorable trio giggles and points in unison.

Next, they move on to facial features. Where is your nose? Where are your ears? There are lots more smiles and happy giggling. Mom Chelsea rewards each correct answer with a delicious grape.

The lesson takes place in both Spanish and English. The toddlers are adorable, and they’re clearly having a blast. This charming video is a great reminder about the importance of learning a second language at a young age.

Whether you have one toddler or three, learning a new language is a fun, interactive, family activity. And certainly way better than screen time.

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