Jina Lee has a law degree and a decade of litigation experience — neither of which prepared her to negotiate with toddlers. She and her husband Tony spend their weekends looking for people to babysit their children.
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I was brought up to be the 'woman who had it all.' Then I became a stay-at-home mom
Jina Lee’s immigrant grandparents and parents laboured to provide the family a life they never could in Korea. Growing up, she was determined to not let any of their sacrifices go to waste — until the stress of the pandemic caught up to her.
My toddler loves her autistic sister — and has helped me challenge my own unconscious prejudices
When Jina Lee’s daughter was diagnosed with autism, she feared Mimi might be excluded. Instead, she’s learned to unravel her own ableism by watching her daughters interact.