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Etiquette, according to the Cambridge dictionary: the set of rules or customs which control accepted behaviour in particular social groups or social situations. So, everywhere we go we must follow certain etiquette. At school, at work, when youre invited to a weeding or when a child is born. And this last one always intrigued me. I dont how the rules in your country, but here when a friend has a baby they invite you right away to see the child. It always seemed inappropriate to me. We all know babies after birth sleep a lot and the mother is probably in pain or very tired after delivery. I read a very interesting article a while ago; it says that some mothers choose to present the baby formally in a tea party just after two or three months after birth. When both mother and baby are fully recovered from delivery it makes all the sense for me whats the rule in your country?