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7 Ways German Moms Have Hacked Parenting

A new book extolls the "German art of raising self-reliant children."

Mom and daughter

Taking babies out in frigid weather is just one more way German moms do it differently.

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Lately we’re all obsessed with our parenting peers across the pond. Every year a new book hits shelves, extolling the virtues of raising kids in Europe.

First, we admired to their kids. Then we tried () to frolic around on bikes like moms in the Netherlands—home to the happiest kids in the world. Next we were told to.

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