I really hate family members who have no children and have no clue who like to butt their noses into the way we want to raise our child. How many of your children are being raised / were raised in a bi- or mulit-lingual household? I was raised in a house that spoke German & English. Bart and I decided early on in our pregnancy that we would like Julia to grow up in a home where both German & English are spoken. We may introduce French or Flemish later on, but we are sticking with German & English since both of our families speak those languages. We're starting now by singing songs in both German & English and pointing at objects and saying the word in either language or both. My grandmother's sister (my great aunt) gave us a bit of hell about this in the 3 days that she was here this weekend. She said it's not good for us to say things in 2 languages because it will confuse the baby and because she won't be able to speak correctly when she does start speaking in sentences. Bart and I know that this is BS since I was raised in a bilingual household and he was raised in a trilingual household. So, just wondering how many of you are raising/ have raised your children in bi/multi lingual households?