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2016-05-10 13:07:51 -0400 answered a question One parent one language taken too far

I think that having English as a common language makes perfect sense. Though if you are living in an English-speaking country, you both would have to be strict about using it in your one-to-one conversations (I mean mother-son, father-son), as children seem to quickly drop "useless" languages.

Good luck with your multilingual parenting! And congratulations on what you have so far achieved :)