The name is also clear: in most languages, the names used to describe the weeks after childbirth are those in which the bed, the bed, and the rest are defined.
Children's habits of the pastIn the story extensive prohibition system she took care of the baby and her baby, infallible. This is because of the river tisztбtalansбg In the Hungarian Hungarian peasant culture, where work was extremely important, everyone accepted that the mother should be relieved. After childbirth, her mother and her baby were relaxed for weeks in the "tent-bed". Because of her uncleanness, she could not cook, so relatives, acquaintances were livelihooded, brought comity, and committed a great deal of work around the house.
In the Middle Ages, a Muslim woman was considered unclean for forty days. He couldn't get over the door of the house, he couldn't see the mountains, so as not to eliminate the planting springs. It was forbidden to wet the hair or touch anything for twenty-one days. The mother could breastfeed her baby only after the cleansing rituals, until then she had to shed milk. During the forty days, she breastfed the nursing nurse a little, or was fed with a mix of butter and honey. The mother had to soak in sheep's meat, wheat flour, and leek soup.
In Tahiti, a baby was locked in a hut for two to three weeks after birth. At the time of her weaning she could not afford food, so somebody else had to feed her.
The mother had to go to a separate hut for twenty days after she was born in the Alaskan Coast of Eskimo. They thought it was so unclean that no one could touch it, even though the food had been provided to him with a stick.