Help Your Kids Embrace Their Mixed Heritage-MainPhoto

My Two Worlds Growing Up A Biracial Latina.jpeg
I’ve been married to my Dominican-born husband for ten years now. He is many shades darker than I am. And while that was a never a concern to me, it was for both my parents. I couldn’t imagine why, because I didn’t see my father and my mother as any different from each other. But maybe that was just me being naive. I recall them saying things like, “Your kids are going to question why your hair is different from theirs,” or, “People are going to look at you differently.”