Pssst.
Pssst.
Hey, all you American parents, the Wall Street Journal kinda thinks you suck.
Okay. They don’t exactly come out and say that, but here’s the second annual WSJ guest essay on why the grass is greener elsewhere when it comes to child rearing. Last year, Chinese mothers were superior. This year, it’s the French.  
Here is my favorite line from the article’s bullet points:
"When they misbehave, give them the "big eyes"—a stern look of admonishment."
I had to practice in the mirror for hours, but I think I am a much better parent now. 

Pssst.

Pssst.

Hey, all you American parents, the Wall Street Journal kinda thinks you suck.

Okay. They don’t exactly come out and say that, but here’s the second annual WSJ guest essay on why the grass is greener elsewhere when it comes to child rearing. Last year, Chinese mothers were superior. This year, it’s the French.  

Here is my favorite line from the article’s bullet points:

"When they misbehave, give them the "big eyes"—a stern look of admonishment."

I had to practice in the mirror for hours, but I think I am a much better parent now.