This week’s What to Read Wednesday is all about tigers. It’s timely, as we recently wrapped zoology studies on Feliforms. We appreciate tigers as much as the next family, and especially enjoyed petting a tiger cub at the West Coast Game Park in Bandon, Oregon in the fall.
Tiger Mom: A mother raising her children in a traditional Chinese way, using strict rules, tough love, and discipline to get children to succeed. That’s me!
Tiger Mom’s recent reads:
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The most popular post from last week’s China highlight was my own post from our adoption trip there in 2014:
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