Getting Your Baby To Sleep: Lifesaving Techniques and Advice So You Can Rest, Too
You may feel like life is just one mini-crisis after another, but don't despair. With Mommy Rescue Guides, relief is at your fingertips! These quick, easy-to-use guides provide issue-specific solutions and advice that you can count on when you need it most. You must be tired! All new mothers are. But you can learn how to help yourself and your baby with Mommy Rescue Guide: Getting Your Baby to Sleep. With this crucial guide, you will learn failsafe techniques that ensure that both you and your baby get the sleep that you need. This essential guide will help you to understand: how to establish a sleeping schedule how breastfeeding affects sleep patterns how your baby's place in your bed varies from sleeping in a crib and much, much, more Practical tips and easy-to-follow advice will save you and your baby from another restless night. Mommy Rescue Guide: Getting Your Baby to Sleep is your dream come true! AUTHOR: Cynthia MacGregor is a mother and author of more than forty-five books. Vincent Iannelli, M.D., is a board-certified pediatrician, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatricians, and an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is also the Pediatrics Guide at About.com and the President of Keep Kids Healthy, LLC, a pediatric parenting advice Web site.
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