On Becoming Panda Mom (Part Two)

A year ago, I began teaching an online Introduction to Sociology class at a local private university. Since the university mostly offers health-related disciplines to its students, the class is merely a prerequisite for MCAT takers rather than a subject that students voluntarily choose to study. To make the coursework more meaningful and relevant forContinue reading “On Becoming Panda Mom (Part Two)”

On Becoming Panda Mom (Part One)

T was not planned. Despite that, I entered into pregnancy with hope and excitement. The first few months of pregnancy went by blissfully and quickly. During day time, I indulged myself in the sentimentality of what it would mean to be a mother, to form a bond with another human being, and to witness myContinue reading “On Becoming Panda Mom (Part One)”