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[PDF / Epub] ☃ Motherhood, Russian-style  Author Tanja Maier – Ebooks2020.co chapter 1 Motherhood, Russian-style , meaning Motherhood, Russian-style , genre Motherhood, Russian-style , book cover Motherhood, Russian-style , flies Motherhood, Russian-style , Motherhood, Russian-style 602d29ddff21d Motherhood, Russian Style Takes An Intimate Look At Modern Russian Mothers And How They Are Raising Their Children Today In The Course Of Researching This Book, Tanja Interviewed Hundreds Of Russian Mothers, Living In Moscow, Many Corners Of Russia, And Quite Literally All Over The World This Book Takes The Reader On A Journey Across All Aspects On Raising Children, The Russian Way Despite Their Many Individual Approaches, There Are Some Unifying Elements Of Russian Motherhood, Placing Modern Russian Mothers Quite Comfortably Somewhere In Between Asian Tiger Mums And The Laid Back Parenting Styles Popular In America And Europe A Light Read Filled With Many Personal Anecdotes, This Book Includes A Glossary Of Classic Russian Childhood Words, And Takes A Close Look At Many Of The Aspects Of Raising Children Which Make Russian Mamas Unique From Dachas To Shapkas, Kasha To Borsch, Chess To Ballet, The Trials And Tribulations Of Raising Russian Children Make For An Entertaining And Enjoyable Read Mothers May Even Discover A Few Clever Tips Along The Way, Such As How Russian Babies Are Potty Trained Well Before The Age Of Two, Or How Russian Mothers Easily Get Their Kids To Eat Healthy, Home Made Food % Of All Worldwide Royalties Received By The Author From Sales Of Motherhood, Russian Style Will Be Immediately Donated To International Charities, Such As The Red Cross And Caritas, Which Are Actively Aiding Refugee Families And Children In Need In War Torn Eastern Ukraine Tanja Maier Is American, Speaks Russian Fluently, And Found Herself A Single Mother Raising Her Infant Son In Moscow In , After Having Lived In Russia For Almost A Decade Tanja Is A Graduate Of Georgetown University S School Of Foreign Service And An Alumnus Of Harvard Business School Tanja Lives In Vienna, Austria With Her Family


8 thoughts on “Motherhood, Russian-style

  1. says:

    Interesting concept I was distracted, numerous times, by the redundancy of some of the material and by the fact that the author must have relied heavily upon spellcheck Many, many sentences had words that didn t belong and forced the reader to re read the sentence for clarity Too bad the author didn t take the time to proof her material or have someone edit it for her.


  2. says:

    Tanja Maier es una se ora estadounidense que sabe ruso y que trabaj durante un tiempo en Mosc en los comienzos de la d cada de los 2000, donde cri a su primer hijo Tanja pasaba mucho tiempo con sus amigas rusas y en los grupos de las mam s rusas en Facebook, y al final decidi resumir su experiencia de maternidad en un libro, que en la edici n rusa se llama Shapka, babushka, kefir C mo cr an a los ni os en Rusia Lo primero que es importante mencionar es que no es un an lisis completo las amigas que entrevist la se ora Maier son principalmente de los estratos bastantes altos de la sociedad, y por eso no se pueden extrapolar sus experiencias a todas las mujeres rusas Pero, a pesar de eso, se pueden encontrar varias observaciones curiosas acerca de las costumbres alimenticias y culturales, las que la mayor a de los rusos heredaron de la poca sovi tica view spoiler Otra cosa que sorprende a Tanja Maier, es que las mam s rusas dan comida saludable a sus ni os mors la bebida de ar ndanos rojos , kef r un producto l cteo fermentado , yogur griego, las kashas de alforf n y avena para el desayuno lo que en Inglaterra se llama porridge , o oatmeal en los EEUU, pero que ni se acerca a la kasha rusa , pepinos, zanahorias, alb ndigas de calabac n, sopas y muchas frutas, bayas y verduras Las gaseosas, los jugos empaquetados y las papas franceses pueden encontrarse en algunas fiestas, pero no est n incluidas en la raci n diaria Aunque tambi n existen muchos prejuicios Por ejemplo, las mam s rusas nunca dan a sus ni os comidas y bebidas fr as, temiendo que se les irrite la garganta.En el ltimo cap tulo Tanja Maier cuenta que las mujeres rusas dedican mucho tiempo a su aspecto f sico no es extra o ver a una mam rusa con las u as impecables, falda y tacones En parte es as porque despu s de la segunda guerra mundial se disminuy significamente la cantidad de hombres, pero tambi n es porque lo quieren hacer para otras mujeres Las mam s rusas dicen muchos cumplidos una a otra, y eso siempre suena natural No es algo como Me encanta tu vestido D nde lo compraste , sino Lenka, te ves genial, te queda genial ese peinado hide spoiler