Thats great! Did any of them have Russian as their first language? Do any of your children remember Russian to teach them?Alina Grace loves to teach me Russian. She says its our secret language, so Papa cant learn with me. LOLWhat a great thing this is!
I have been reading your blog for three years and I always hoped I might read this exact post!
I would encourage it--especially as 2 years of a foreign language are required for high school graduation. If you are homeschooling some of your girls--this is a great opportunity. With Russian being an important part of several of your children's heritage--that makes it even more perfect. I hear Rosetta Stone is a good curriculum. Racheladventuresinthephilippines.blogspot.com
If you want I can help, our family speak Russian/Ukrainian:)
Awsome! They can come help teach us!! I bought Rosetta Stone. What are they using?
Not so crazy. Most of your girls ARE Russian, afterall :)
I love russianlessons.net. It may be too hard for younger kids though. I love the set up. Just a thought...
I find your comments so inspiring! Thanks for visiting our family blog, and sharing your thoughts.