I read on a blog somewhere that monolingual moms should be satisfied with exposing their children to another language. Exposure should be the goal, not fluency. After all, if the mother isn’t fluent, how can she teach her children to be fluent?
Many monolingual moms want more than just exposure. They want their babies to become bilingual. How many succeed?
The question isn’t How many kids take Spanish classes? but how many babies from monolingual families become bilingual kids?
After many online searches, I have not found ANY examples
I have found several men who learned languages and are now fluent. They have great methods and great results. Their methods are suited for adults.
How can those methods be adapted for children? SK Language is on the job! See the post How Monolingual Moms Can Create Bilingual Families. It does not entail anything drastic like moving to Argentina. Check it out!