Coming Together As A Family
I’ve been chosen among other Latina bloggers to help spread the word about Johnson & Johnson and Univision’s “La Familia de Hoy” campaign and will be paid for this post.
In today’s post, I’ll highlight what it means to be “La Familia de Hoy” and why I think Los Jimenez should win your vote.
So, what exactly does it mean to be “La Familia de Hoy”/ a family of today?
To me, it’s being able to communicate with each other and working hard to instill the right values for your children. “La Familia de hoy” comes together not only in hard times, but as a whole. They understand the importance of raising a family as one: grandpa and grandma included.
Like most of our decisions, Jeff and I discussed which family would best describe “La Familia de Hoy.” We chose the Jimenez family because they’re a lot like ours. Juan and Biviana have three kids, and an additional furry one named Nut.
The Jimenez family is a family as big as the love that binds them together. Predominately Mexican, the Jimenez family are composed of three families whose houses are connected by their backyards. This symbolizes a sense unity. They’re passionate about their children’s interests and make time to be involved in their lives. But most importantly, their love for each other is expressed in the care they give Nut.
Jeff said it best, “Your children will grow, become independent and form their own family, but a dog will always show you unconditional love.”
What do you think of the Jimenez family? Do you agree that they’ve got what it takes to represent “La Familia de Hoy?”
There are two other families you can choose from, so cast in your vote today: http://bit.ly/1jkwdJi