While I wouldn’t want to ever go through the frightening process of Jose going to Cd. Juarez for his visa interview again, it was such a grounding time that truly made us realize what’s really important in life. As a family, it taught us lessons that I often like to look back on especially when … More Grounding
It’s been almost three months since the last time we wrote. Things have been hectic since we returned from our road trip to Cd. Juarez. Our entire family has been counting our blessings especially as of late. Take a look at this timeline: November 26, 2019 – Jose had his interview at the consulate in … More We Must Persevere
We’ve officially started packing and prepping for our road trip to Mexico. This will be the very first time that Luisa meets her abuela, and the very first time we travel out of the country as a family. We’ve waited for what seems like forever to be able to travel to Mexico together. This will … More To Ciudad Juarez We Go!
Today we embarked on one of the last pieces to tie together Luisa’s dual citizenship. We received her Mexican passport from the mobile consulate in Rochelle, IL. Of course, things didn’t go as quickly as we hoped them to be. When we arrived, we were told that we needed to provide them with another form … More She’s an American AND Mexican Citizen