The Charmin Traditions Bilingual Twitter Party Is Almost Here! #TuiteaDesdeElTrono #Partner

*This is part of a sponsored campaign with Charmin and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

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    Keeping cultural traditions going is very important to me.  I was raised in Spain and some of my fondest memories from my childhood include details around my grandmother’s cooking, the stories that she told me, and the things that she taught me about being a woman and a mother.

    Now that I have my own family and my own home, I often find myself referring to these customs and traditions as a guide.  It is comforting to know that my own children will pass them down to their own kids and that they will also have fond memories from their childhood.

    It is for these very reasons that I feel so connected to beauty queen and ¡Despierta América! television host, Ana Patricia González.  Small traditions from her childhood in Mexico also transport her to those beloved memories and moments.  Having such loving reminders of her roots have had a profound impact on her huge success.

logo2    For those of us who grew up with scented bath tissue, this can be a small way to carry on a family tradition.  Not only will it help to freshen up your bathroom, but Charmin plus the scent of Chamomile also helps to make your family’s bathroom experiences more soothing and relaxing.

    Ana Patricia is teaming up with Charmin to talk about why Charmin with the scent of Chamomile is so special to her!  On September 9th from 8 to 9 PM ET, Ana Patricia will join the @CharminLatino Twitter page to host an hour-long real-time conversation about the importance of traditions in our everyday lives.

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    Join Charmin Latino, Ana Patricia and Latina Mom Bloggers on Tuesday, September 9th from 8-9pm ET for a Twitter Party! Prizes include lots of gift cards and Charmin Chamomile Packs. RSVP at Latina Mom Bloggers to be eligible to win prizes!  You will find us fondly chatting about those traditions that are close to our hearts.

Let’s Discuss:  What are some of the traditions that you have continued in your home that you learned from your parents and grandparents during your childhood?

Disclosure:  This is part of a sponsored campaign with Charmin and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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Comments

  1. I am racking my brain for some traditions in the house that have carried on and I can’t think of any.. Only traditions related to holidays are coming up.

  2. Ashley Bunker says:

    As far as traditions go, we do a lot of baking around the holidays. I grew up that way and thought it would be nice to continue the trend with my children. Once all the baking and cooking is done, we load up the Red Rider Wagon and pass treats out to our neighbors which is a tradition I added on.

  3. Sitting down for dinner together and letting the kids help in the kitchen is the tradition that is most dear to me that I’ve continued from my childhood along with many holiday traditions. Also family game night!

  4. Scented bath tissue? I love the idea of that. I have never seen anything like that, but I totally want to pick some up!

  5. I’m going to attend and begin every Tweet with “el” and say “que?” a lot! 😉

  6. Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell says:

    I didn’t even know there WAS scented bath tissue? This is a new one to me, but it could be a tradition I’d start. 🙂

  7. Helene Bludman says:

    Most of our family traditions focus on holidays, especially holiday meals.

  8. I have carried on the tradition of having disinfectant wipes in almost every room of the house LOL But we love Charmin!

  9. mena & taty says:

    We have continued our tradition of having sweets before dinner in the weekends :). I am looking forward to the party!

  10. I think I duplicate a lot of things my parents did from the way they clean to the food I make.

  11. Lois Alter Mark says:

    So interesting to hear about your traditions. Ours are mostly holiday-related, and they’re usually about food!

  12. Rebecca Bryant says:

    Love hearing about other peoples traditions. Not sure we have any that I follow.

  13. I haven’t seen this product yet. We don’t have many traditions but now that my son is getting older I want to create some!

  14. Chef John & Anne says:

    Oh I would love to visit Spain one day … definitely on my “short list” of places I’d like to visit. 🙂 Traditions … the biggest one revolves around birthdays and a “treasure hunt” for gifts. I haven’t started it yet because mine have really been too young but this would be a great year to start when my son turns 8. Love this topic for a Twitter party!

  15. I love the scent of Chamomile. I haven’t seen this product yet but I will be looking for it.

  16. Some of the traditions I remember with happy memories are visiting Montana nearly ever year in the summer … and our fruit-picking expeditions. We would go and harvest wild blackberries, abandoned pears and apples and cherries, strawberries at the U-pick place. And then make jams and pies and lots of other wonderful recipes.

  17. My parents never really started any traditions with us, but I do make sure I have quite a few of our own started for my girls to carry on. I haven’t seen this new product from Charmin yet, but I can’t wait to try it out!

  18. We didn’t have any traditions growing up. This question has me thinking of the ones I’d like to start with my own kids.

  19. Jocelyn McGaffic says:

    Most of my family’s traditions center around Christmas. We’ve had to make new traditions since we moved away. My husband and I are having fun coming up with new ways to celebrate.

  20. Amber Nelson says:

    I suppose we have incorporated some of the traditions from holidays.

  21. Keeping cultural traditions is a little less important in my family, sadly. We just don’t have many to pass along other than a few Christmas traditions. I really love the scent of Chamomile so I’m going to have to check out this Charmin product!

  22. Most of my traditions are related to the holidays. Our Christmas traditions are my favorites. I didn’t know they made scented toilet paper! Chamomile is a great scent!

  23. I vaguely remember scented tissue. My mom always took us to church and then to grandma’s for Sunday supper. I wish we did something like that here, but everyone lives in different states. -_-

  24. Oh I’ve not heard of scented tissue before, I fancy giving this a whirl. I don’t think I have really carried on any traditions into my home, or perhaps they are so normally I just don’t think of them as traditions. x

  25. Scented Tissue is super and keeps the bathroom smelling so nice:::))

  26. Most of the traditions that we’ve carried on revolve around the holidays – Christmas, especially. But I’ve also really enjoyed creating new traditions with my girls!

  27. I remember tissue scented paper at my great-grand father’s house. They had those funky colors like beige/yellow and pink lol I didn’t even know they still made scented toilet paper.

  28. Melissa Smith says:

    I’m far from bilingual, but I do love Charmin. How did I have no idea they had Charmin with chamomile now?!

  29. We do Charmin in our house. As for traditions? Fun. Fun all the time! Number 1 rule!

  30. Meagan Bailiff says:

    most of the traditions we have are holiday related, but they are important to us

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