The most important of all is that the close family are all Hungarians. There might be an exception in the near future. My sister-in-law-to-be is a Spanish speaker, which is great news for us if we take the possible other languages for E. to learn apart from English into account.
D. is daddy, my husband who I met in 2009 December.
2010 (July): we moved to our newly bought home
2011 (May): we got married
2012 (May): E., our daughter was born
2015 (Dec): L. is born
D. speaks several languages: English and German in the first place on high levels. He also speaks Spanish and French. I don't know much about his other languages, like Italian Serbian, Croatian, Chinese as I haven't heard him talk in these languages but he spent several years learning them. No comment I guess.
My brother-in-law lives in Germany with his Spanish speaker girlfriend. So he has English, German, and Spanish, too. (July 2013. - they got married so official we are a multilingual family :) )
E.'s grandparents on D.'s side speak German as well. One of D.'s uncles lives in the UK with his Spanish speaker wife. Their daughter is probably the first bilingual in the family as she speaks Spanish and English as well. What a pity they don't pay attention to her Hungarian so much. She would be multilingual then. Not to mention that she is losing a part of her roots not being able to speak Hungarian, not knowing much about the Hungarian culture.
My Mom learnt Russian as everybody else here in Hungary at her school time, but, alas, she has forgotten all of it, though she used to be really good at it.
I, myself, speak (and teach) English, but also learnt German and French. Unfortunately, they are so deep down and long forgotten I would need a lot of time to recall them. However, in the future I'll brush them up, when E.'s going to learn some other languages.
As for languages, we are well-off. We can't complain.
If you are more interested in our family in more detail you can find it on a separate page.