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matter of calories : Do you have “mothered” in two different countries ?
My father spent 4 years in Mexico in the late 60s (13-17 years), because his father got a job transfer there below. I asked my grandmother what it was to raise her 3 sons in another country and then returned to the USA by the end they bring you. Can you please answer a few questions for me? I’m on a school project for a sociology of the family class arbeiten.1. Which two countries have “mothered” in? How long have you been there? How many children do you have and how old they were? 2 Did you learn the language? 3 Do you work? What have you done? 4 Why were you in another country? 5th Was the plan to move there permanently or was it always be a temporary living situation? 6 Do your children go to “American School” (My father did), what kind of school they have to go? 7th Did you find it was hard to keep family traditions to live abroad? 8 Did you pick up new traditions there? *** I would especially women who are 55 and younger are hören.9. What difficulties did you have come to live abroad? 10 Do you think it benefits your children? How so? 11th How did the work has an impact on your relationship with your partner / husband? 12th What kinds of different traditions and have you noticed between your approach to motherhood and the motherhood of locals / nationals? 13th Any other stories and comments are welcome, thank you for taking the time to share your experiences with me! I guess es.OH! And PLEASE PLEASE do not ask your age (if you do not mind) It will really help me. Many thanks Best Answer:

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can answer some questions – I am British but have had two children since we moved to Sweden. Actually, we are just about to return to the island, so I could have answered better in two months! 1 Which two countries have “mothered” in? How long have you been there? How many children do you have and how old were they? I have two children and they are now 3 ½ and 14 Monaten.2. Did you learn the language? Ja.3. Do you work? What have you done? “No, I have never worked before. One of the reasons we get back to the United Kingdom because it is very difficult to work for non-Swedes in Sweden, and I want to go back to the Arbeit.4. Why were you in another country? My partner is Swedish and I have always had the land when we came on holiday. It is a beautiful place and ideal for a family gründen.5. Was the plan to move there permanently or was it always be a temporary living situation? It would be permanent. I never thought we would leave, especially not after my born children wurden.6. Do your children go to “American School” (My father did), what kind of school they have to go? My oldest goes to a Swedish Vorschule.7. Did you find it was hard to keep family traditions to live abroad? No, not really. There are some things that they do not just want to celebrate, here (as 5 November) and Christmas was a little weird because their most important feast day is on 24 Dezember.8. Did you pick up new traditions there? You start to adapt to your new country so much that it is very difficult to remember where are the traditions! 9th What difficulties did you have come to live abroad? Language is the biggest. can only do the basic things you leave in a cold sweat. Although I can not speak the language, I feel it is not good enough and never feel safe when she speaks, especially toward strangers. Another is not in a position to things to be bought to serve so – simple things such as potato chips are just not the same here. And TV was another big one – I missed my soaps 10th! Do you think it benefits your children? Like the Only my children have benefited – they are now 11th in two languages! How did the work has an impact on your relationship with your partner / husband, it’s hard – I do not work, and for the first time in my life, I had to for someone to leave to pay for things. Sometimes I felt lonely and entfremdet.12. What kinds of different traditions and have you noticed between your approach to motherhood and the motherhood of locals / nationals? The biggest one has to breastfeeding. Here every woman is expected to do it, no questions asked! And when women breastfeed, they do it everywhere – they are not confident at all. Which, of course, as it should be, but it was a bit of a culture shock for me! Also, only very few women Sahm – most Swedish women work to go back one year after the birth

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