Meet Pamela Druckerman,
Journalist and bestselling author for "Bringing up Bébé", Pamela moved to Paris in 2004.
In this episode, she tells us about her initial fears of this snobby and cold city, in some aspects, versus the romantic place fantacised by most americans who see Paris as their escape city.
We discuss the parenting differences she noticed with the US, from food to sleep and social benefits.
And with "Paris by phone", her debut picture book with Benjamin Chaud, Pamela takes us through this dream of Paris, as Josephine, a little girl travels through the city via her magic phone, and experiences Paris like a real Parisian.
Recommendations to be a real Parisian:
🍳Have a soft boiled egg at Café Charlot in the Marais 3eme arrondissement https://www.theinfatuation.com/paris/reviews/cafe-charlot
🍷 A drink at the clown bar rue Amelot 11eme arrondissement https://www.clown-bar-paris.fr/
🎾 Play tennis in Jardin du Luxembourg
🎤 Josephine's theme song is Stand by your Man by Carla Bruni: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJq2YsoSHk0
📚 And free courses: https://www.pandemoniumu.com/
Music credits 🎶
Musique proposée par La Musique Libre Not The King - Ice Tea : https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo
Not The King : https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne