There are so many different ways to parent. And for many of us that starts with our upbringing and the culture we were raised in.
In today’s episode, I chat with four Asian-American moms (TCha, Isa, TLo and Chuk), who are the co-hosts of TITT Talks – a podcast about modern women living in a mama world and all moms of kids 5 and under, just like myself.
I originally met these ladies years and years ago during undergrad at UCLA and so it was fun to reconnect and talk about our experiences raising multicultural kids in 2020.
While I was lucky not to have the stereotypical “tiger mom,” there are many traditions and norms in the Asian culture that I’m trying figure out how to navigate now while parenting. And like the TITT Talks moms, we are all trying to do our best to instill qualities of compassion, love and understanding within our children… but sometimes the demanding side comes out.
I think my favorite aspect of this episode is hearing the stories of other strong Asian American moms. I think a lot of us were raised to get a good education, work hard, make opportunities for a better life, and raise good kids, but being on a stage or creating a platform for our voice isn’t as common. What these ladies are doing with TITT Talks is empowering and paving the way for other Asian Americans out there to have a voice.
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