I recently talked with an English guy from Sweden.
I queried him about the country and he said, "Well, you know, in the UK we have these lovely little bits that are surrounded by poverty and unsafe areas. But in Sweden, it all seems to be lovely bits. They don't seem to have any areas with poverty. Everyone has a Volvo and a three-bedroom place. I don't know how they do it."
And then he told me that Swedish companies offer 18 months of paternity leave for new fathers. Should the father not want to use his, he can lump it in with his wife's leave, giving her a total of 36 months. 3 years leave per child.
If I were Nadya Suleman, I would have moved to Sweden before giving birth to 14 children. Just think about it: 42 years of paid leave. With leave polices like that, who needs a career? It makes you wonder, really, how it is with such inducements that Sweden has a population of only 9 million.