I have had 4 kids with Taiwanese females, and well, the experience was all different.
The first 2 were born in DK. I did the cooking, IE pork liver in sesame oil; the first week, kidneys in sesame oil the second week, the last 2 weeks were chicken in sesame oil.
OK, I took care of some, she took care of the little ones.
Second round, wifey stayed with her family, and had them do it all for her. A little easier on me, however I took a bit of a back seat.
Whatever works, however the mother should decide, unless her demands are crazy, like staying at her mothers house for several months or what have you not.The only 2 things getting my goat were:
1. Cooking with alcohol is dangerous, as she is likely to ahve wounds, and blood thinning agents are not recommended. That said, any decent hospital will tell her that much, so you will not have to. (You may want to enquire about this)
2. Not moving around. Important that she moves a little every day, if not, you risk that she gets strokes or blood clots. Again, both times the nurses mentioned that, so I only had to remind her what the hospital said.
When it comes to stuff like not washing her hair and all that - no worries, if you have an issue, you just live in a separate bedroom for the duration.
A private room at the hospital is a very good idea.
Jeg er hvad jeg er.
Bring Zain back!