Husband Native Language
|Wife Native Language||Non-Native Target Language for Children||Link or Contact|
|Brad and Kristine||English||English||French||Blog|
|Paul and Renee||English||English||French||Blog|
|Bernt and Karola||German||German||English||Bilingual Upbringing of Children by Non-native Speakers|
|Geoff and Tamara||English||English||German||Non-Native Bilingualism|
|Michele||English & Thai||English||French|
|Sarah||English||English||French||Bringing Up Baby Bilingual|
|Bonne Maman||English||English||French||Our Non-Native Bilingual Adventure|
|Jonathan||English||English||Welsh||Dad's the Way I Like It|
|Kate||Dutch||English||German||German in the Afternoon|
|Mike||English||English||Spanish||The Bilingual Baby Blog|
|Gavin & Tara||English||English||Spanish||Bilingual Adventures|
All families who are attempting to introduce a new language and culture to their children are enjoying success. Some parents may feel like they are not doing enough and are therefore failing. However, the fact that these parents are making a concerted effort means that they are invested in their children. And any family where the parents are lovingly invested in the success of their children is a Success Story!
Below is a list of families who are raising their children in a language which neither parent speaks natively. I would love to add more families to my list. If you would like to be added to this list, please fill out the form. Thank you.