If you are in your late 30s, you are probably very ambitious with preschool plans for your two-year old.

When Jessica Lalloz Meer and her husband, both in their early 30s, learned that they won’t be able to have kids for several years (Thyroid disease…), they put themselves in the shoes of such parents. They asked: “What kind of preschool education would we want our future kids to have?”

They then realized that best education for their future children is: the one they provide themselves. At the time both lived busy business lives—she as a Gastronomy Consultant, he in technology—and moved every couple of years between large metropolitan cities for work. This was not helping their goal.

They set out to make changes, visiting the best bilingual programs, scouted for a city to settle down, and interned as teachers at a French immersion school. The result is their unique opinion on what parents should really pay attention to when deciding on a preschool: http://www.petitefrance.xyz/choosing-a-preschool.html