My dd has a Mexican friend (yes, we know Hispanic is the politically correct term, but this question is directed at one nationality in particular, not all Hispanic countries) and they do sleepovers often. My question is about food. For dinner once they had bacon and eggs. Not so strange to me, we do that sometimes. However, every time she has breakfast there, it's always what I would consider non-traditional things. One morning it was tacos and refried beans (homemade authentic, not the yuckie canned ones), one morning spaghetti, and this morning it was fish sticks and chicken. Is this a cultural thing or is this family just unconventional in what they eat for breakfast?
Not saying this is a bad thing AT ALL, just wondering if it's cultural. My daughter loves having breakfast there because it's always so different.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:18 AM on Aug. 18, 2009 in General Parenting
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