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Binational, multilingual child faces move into third country........
hello to all multinationals
we are German-Norwegian family, living in Germany
we are speaking many language,
amongst each other we speak
Norwegian, German and English-
our son is now four and grows up with two languages spoken(German and Norwegian); he also listens to our English
(in between us parents sometimes necessary).
I strive to get a job in Norway or Germany. But maybe it is in a third country...........
Before I rejected one in Spain (I speak Spanish).
That was part because of our son already faces two nationalities and 2-3 languages- which he does very well.
He is 4 and a very clever and happy child.
For the future, we want to get some voices from allover the world, your experiences, from your childhood or your children- being bi national (multinational) and growing up in a third country, in a kinder garden which was non of your language...or just your kind opinion with respect to
Of course i´d like to give him roots before wings....
In theory I know the pros and cons but I´d like to hear the real voices.......a mothers heart wondering...
Thanks for sharing, mo, bjørn and birk