Great news if you love clogs, or winter—Norway has been named the best place in the world to be a mom. That’s according to Save The Children’s annual index of the best and worst places to be a mother, with the U.S. ranked 25th. The international children’s advocacy group said the U.S. is behind many of its fellow developed countries because of its maternal death rate, low preschool attendance, low political representation and poor maternity leave policies. America also has among the lowest percentage of moms exclusively breastfeeding at three months. Iceland and Sweden came in respectively at second and third place, while Niger was at the bottom of the list.