A lot of new moth­ers in the short peri­od after giv­ing birth begin to dream of the time when it will be pos­si­ble to leave house­hold chores and go back to work. Such a desire to return to the famil­iar social envi­ron­ment is absolute­ly nat­ur­al and does not at all indi­cate dis­like for the baby. How­ev­er, it is impos­si­ble to leave a child unat­tend­ed, and the option with grand­moth­ers and nan­nies is not suit­able for every­one. There is a way out here, although it is some­what unusu­al — it is quite pos­si­ble to entrust the child to the father, espe­cial­ly since he also has the leg­isla­tive right to do so. So, parental leave can be issued to any rel­a­tive, and then inter­rupt­ed or trans­ferred again. Actu­al­ly, this vaca­tion is not mater­ni­ty leave. A decree is under­stood as mater­ni­ty leave, the dura­tion of which in the stan­dard case is 140 days.

How­ev­er, not all fathers are ready to accept such respon­si­bil­i­ty and change their lifestyle so rad­i­cal­ly. So you will have to work hard and explain to dad all the advan­tages of such a deci­sion. For exam­ple, the fam­i­ly will cer­tain­ly ben­e­fit finan­cial­ly, if mom has the oppor­tu­ni­ty to return to a well-paid job, and dad is hav­ing trou­ble or is look­ing for a job. In addi­tion, a man who is immersed in the house­hold for a peri­od of time will learn to bet­ter under­stand his wife and appre­ci­ate all her efforts. And direct and close com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the child will also def­i­nite­ly ben­e­fit — dad will learn to pre­dict the behav­ior of the crumbs and under­stand all his needs. By the way, play­ing with dad is much more inter­est­ing, because men always remain chil­dren in their hearts.

Of course, not every­thing is so rosy. Let’s say a man can’t breast­feed a baby — so you’ll either have to pump or switch your baby to for­mu­la, which is of course less healthy than breast milk. In addi­tion, dad will be very hard — both phys­i­cal­ly and psy­cho­log­i­cal­ly. After all, the rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the stronger sex are used to doing work lin­ear­ly, where actions fol­low one after anoth­er. And with a baby, they will have to rebuild and per­form sev­er­al dif­fer­ent jobs at the same time. A man may also face the loss of pro­fes­sion­al skills. So the deci­sion to leave the pope on mater­ni­ty leave should be bal­anced, since it will be impos­si­ble to change every­thing just because of a whim. Of course, do not for­get that a man will have to face mis­un­der­stand­ing — and this is anoth­er rea­son to think things over care­ful­ly.

By Yraa

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