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The Most unusual family tradition world

In any country of the parents want their kid the best, but it is “best” differs depending on the nationality and geographic location, says NPR. Perhaps someone’s experience seems helpful moms from our latitude.

1. In Norway the children sleep on the street, even at zero temperature. When a Norwegian child is one year old, he is sent in so-called “Barna Hagen” or kindergarten, which is open from eight in the morning until five in the evening. Such institutions are normally paid, and cost a few hundred dollars a month. Most of the time children spend on the street, even if the temperature falls below zero. You can often see how NAPs Norwegian children held on the open veranda while on the street a strong frost.

2. Vietnamese mothers teach children to go to the toilet on command. When the mother sees that the child is going to pee, it makes a whistling sound. Very soon the child begins to associate the whistle with urination and ready! Now if the mother want the baby went to the toilet, it helps to whistle. It sounds odd, but the Vietnamese kids as young as nine months can do without diapers.

3. The moms from Kenya it is not customary to look into the child’s eyes. They believe that the contact is “eye to eye” is very strong and enslaves the will of the child, and therefore avoid looking at the baby in early childhood. Psychologists say that Kenyan children as a result of such education grows not so dependent on attention from adults, as European.

4. In Denmark stroller with babies left on the street during shopping. If the Danish decide to go shopping or to eat, she will quietly leave the stroller with the baby outside to breathe fresh air. In the USA there was an incident – a mother from Denmark almost got arrested for this behavior. What is allowed in Copenhagen, new York is considered to be savagery.

5. In Polynesia look after the children… the children themselves! What we are not talking about older brothers and sisters, and about organized groups of children who care about kids. From the moment a child learned to walk, it is taught to care for the younger ones. This develops a sense of responsibility, children are less capricious.

6. The Japanese give children complete freedom. Seven-year and even four year olds can be seen in the Japanese subway unaccompanied. They are allowed to roam around the city, ride public transport and do all that . Although Japanese moms admit that this is possible only in their native Japan. Abroad they wouldn’t let me.

7. Spanish children are not early birds. They are allowed to stay awake until at least 10 PM and participate in many family dinners. About to tuck the kids in at 8, and then go there, could not be and speeches. The same situation can be observed in Argentina .

8. Recognized as the most caring fathers in the pygmy tribes . live in Central Africa. Responsibilities in their families are not distributed. If the husband is hunting, the wife and kids, but if the wife goes to get food, we’ll stay at home husband.

9. In France, kids eat everything! French moms believe that if you give the child any food 10 times, he will get used to it, so the local children along with adults can feast on foie Gras and fragrant cheeses.

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