Author, Bringing Up Bebe
Pamela Druckerman is an American author and former staff reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Observer, The Financial Times, New York Magazine, Monocle and Marie Claire. She has a masters degree from Columbia University in International Affairs.
She is the author of Bringing Up Bebe, a New York Times best-seller that about how French parenting styles results in better mannered kids and more relaxed parents. She moved to Paris in 2003 to be with her then boyfriend, now husband. They have a daughter and twin boys.
I think the difficult ending might be more realistic, but that doesn't mean we can't hope as well.
France had its own version of Dr. Spock. Her name was and is Françoise Dolto. Like Dr. Spock, she was a pediatrician and a psychoanalyst. And she is still kind […]
The French talk about education. They don’t talk about raising kids. And one of the things that the French believe you teach children is how to eat.
For any American parents out there who are struggling with mealtimes, here are a few humble tips from the French.