100 Reais (markhillary)
8. I Hate Scuffers – I had a lot of fun writing this one. It merges together aspects of my own childhood as well as my son’s.
9. Should you Come to the World Cup? – Did you realise we are having the world cup next year in Brazil? Are you coming?
10. The Oncoming Storm – This is probably my favourite single piece because it involves Dr. Who and Mr. T. What’s not to like?
Of course having a celebration all on your own is pretty boring so I thought I would also invite some of the bloggers who have been important in teaching me how to blog, or those that I just enjoy reading. I think my blog falls into 3 different categories; dad blogger, multilingual parent blogger, blogging about Brazil.
A Brazilian Operating in this Area – a great blog by a Brazilian journalist who lives and studies in London. He always has a refreshing viewpoint on Brazilian current affairs.
Andrew Downie’s Brazil Blog – this is written by a foreign correspondent who lives in Brazil and writes about everything to do with the country. He is sometimes called a Brazil hater, but I reckon he is just the friend that Brazil needs.
Born Again Brazilian – an American woman who went to Brazil and was born all over again, not necessarily religiously but as a person.
A Taste of Brazil – some wonderful writing all about Brazilian food.
Rachel’s Rantings – great writing about the day-to-day life on an American woman living in Rio.
100 (Ryan Christopher VanWilliams – NYC)
Ask Your Dad – funny and warm writing about being a dad who doesn’t know the answers.
Dork Daddy – anything and everything nerdy or dorky and daddy.
Snoozing on the Sofa – some of my favourite dadtime stories are on this blog.
Modern Father Online – He is an Aussie but still claims to be modern. Who’d have thunk it?
Lunar Baboon – Always funny.
Multilingual Parents Bloggers
Expat Since Birth – How many languages can one family speak and still stay sane? Go to this brilliant blog to find out.
European Mama – A great Polish writer living with her German husband in Holland with their three kids.
Dads the Way I Like It – What do you get if you call a French/English/Welsh speaking Scots/Irishman living in Wales?
Bilingual Monkeys – One of the first blogs I read about raising bilingual kids and still gives me great inspiration.
Multicultural Kid Blogs – A place where parents of kids from all over the world can come together to try to build a better future.