Um ... you guys. You do realize that you can buy regular Parmalat (keep extra boxes in your kitchen cupboard! Never run out of milk again!) instead of spending twice as much on organic milk? Come on. And for those who claim organic milk "tastes better," what you're tasting is the caramelized sugars caused by ultra-pasteurization, not the organic-ness of the milk itself. What you really mean is that you like milk that tastes sweeter.
I don't know, but it irks me to no end. Am I really supposed to believe that, in addition to being ultra stylish and eating croissants without getting fat, French women magically raise perfect children? I don't buy it. And shouldn't this article be titled "American Parents Still the Worst?" Terrible kids are the direct result of terrible parents (i.e. those who buy their children hundreds of toys.)
@gidge I don't think I've encountered the perception that "only the wealthy are capable of being good parents." It's more that the price of childcare and other necessities (and later, college tuition) is an enormous and unavoidable financial burden for many people. http://www.businessinsider.com/how-much-it-costs-to-raise-a-family-in-the-us-2012-6