Many people notice that kids in France are well behaved, brainy, and active. They rarely get naughty and fussy, they eat what they are served, and they politely greet the neighbors.
Primefresh found out what kind of “secret ingredient” French women add to their well-known child-raising.
Young mothers in France return to work less than 10 weeks after giving birth. If they stay at home longer, it might require large financial expense. According to the law, a mother can take care of a child for more than 10 weeks and have secure employment. However, in this case, she should give up her salary in favor of social allowance. By the end of maternity leave, the child is taken to a nursery. From a young age, the child is surrounded by new people, helping him adapt quicker and become more independent in life.
Children are taught to sleep in their own beds, even in separate bedrooms. If a child wakes up during the night and starts crying, the mother usually waits for a few seconds to make sure her presence is really necessary. Night after night, a child gets used to sleeping alone.