Today’s post is sponsored by the HERDEZ® Brand, but my love for their Día del Niño program is all my own! Since our Mexican roots are seeded in tradition and family, it makes sense that most of our celebrations revolve around the same. Dia del Niño (Day of the Child) is no different. So why
For Hispanics across the world, December is jammed packed with celebrations, including Las Posadas (a nine day celebration and reenactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for shelter in Bethlehem). Since I’m a firm believer in enjoying life to the fullest, I think that includes hitting up as many holiday fiestas (parties) as stress free as possible.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the Mexican culture lives to celebrate family. Heck, we not only celebrate Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparents’ Day, etc. but we even celebrate our dead via Dia de los Muertos. So of course it makes sense that we celebrate el Dia de los Niños -Children’s Day. And what better way to celebrate