here). I can't say that we know how to pronounce the words yet, but our boys have enjoyed it, and I think it would be a nice tool also with our child (or children) in Poland.
In terms of resources for Jim and me, I ran across a .pdf file with a ton of basic words and phrases here. My new Polish friend also told me that the Polish American Cultural Center in Cleveland (Slavic Village) offers language classes too. I wish we could do that but it's an hour away from us, and with our schedule I know it wouldn't be possible. Still, nice to know. We also took the plunge and ordered Rosetta Stone. I definitely need audio assistance because I really struggle when I'm just reading the words, I need to actually hear it...over and over.:) I know once I get the basics it will be just a matter of building on that, but it is still intimidating at this point. That is what my blog title is all about though... "joy in the journey", this is an adventure and I am grateful for every confusing and amazing part of it!:)