The more I read about learning foreign language from a very early age, the more I think about whether it is really necessary. You can come across two totally different opinions: there is or there is no use to it, kids either do or do not need it, it is good or bad for them, it does or does not make sense.
To my personal opinion the answer to this question is absolutely up to a certain family with it’s own rules, traditions and desires. You can not disagree, that there are no identical families. Some of them consist of erudite persons only, the other ones do nothing laying all day long, watching TV series and popular shows. For some families traveling is the inseparable part and meaning of life, the others barely get out of the house on weekends. Some spent all their free time learning about different cultures and are happy to meet all kinds of people, others run away from everyone who thinks and looks different than them.
I’d be very surprised if the family, where both parents had studied and speek foreign language, didn’t let their kid to learn second language from a very childhood. Most likely they will seek ways to do it or at least desire to do it. The family where no one ever spoke a foreign language will most likely have the opposite opinion and will definitely have their reasons for it.
So according to all these family values, priorities, intellectual level and special interests the idea of whether foreign language should or should not be taught from an early childhood should be formed within a certain family.