Señal de la Santa Cruz

Today is Spanish Friday so this post is in Spanish. If you participated in Spanish Friday on your own blog, leave your link in comments. Scroll down for English translation!

Ayer pasé muchas horas mirando las fotos digitales desde la niñez de mis hijos. Encontré unos videos cortos también que yo ni siquiera sabía que existían. Aquí es uno de los videos. En este video mis hijos están practicando cómo hacer La Señal de la Santa Cruz. Ni creo que ellos entendieron lo que estaban diciendo en español.

[ENGLISH TRANSLATION]

Yesterday I spent many hours looking through digital photos of my children’s childhood. I also found a few short videos that I didn’t even know existed. Here is one of the videos. In this video my boys are practicing the Sign of the Cross. I don’t think they even knew what they were saying in Spanish.

Posted on July 5, 2013, in Corazón, en español, Familia, Language, niños, Spanish Friday. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Absolutely love your blog. I feel like I can relate to so much of what you say in any particular post!! Here is my Spanish Friday post: http://laguerapecosa.wordpress.com/2013/07/05/y-estos-son-los-que-admiramos/

    Enjoy!

    • Tracy López

      Can’t wait to read this post. I visited your blog on a different post and saw a photo of you, your husband and your son – You’re an adorable couple!

  2. Andrea Nicole

    Hola! I stumbled across your blog and I love it! Needless to say I recently started a Spanish/English blog to help me maintain and improve my Spanish. My second post ever is a Spanish Friday post! Hope you enjoy :) http://negritadrea.wordpress.com/2013/07/05/spanish-friday-mi-verguenza/

  3. I love kids and their uses of Spanish – my Kiddo is still barely learning, and you can see where he is on my Spanish Friday post here

  4. Are you making faces at them behind the camera?
    My Spanish Friday post is about my new Spanish-language TV obsession: http://bilinguish.com/2013/07/05/tvge/

    • Tracy López

      The video is so old, I’m not sure why they started laughing. Whoever was filming or instructing them on how to cross themselves was probably laughing at their uncertainty and mispronunciations so they started smiling which set the boys off ;)

      Looking forward to your post!

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