The Baby Sleep Book: The Complete Guide to a Good Night's Rest for the Whole Family
Little, Brown, Dec 14, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
Everything you need to know about getting your baby or toddler to sleep -- from America's foremost baby and childcare experts.
For every parent deprived of sleep by a restless infant or toddler, now there's hope. The Baby Sleep Book is the comprehensive, reassuring, solution-filled sleep resource that every family will want to own.
Babies don't automatically know how to sleep through the night; they need to be taught. The Sears family has learned from decades of pediatric practice, bolstered by their own parenting experiences, that different babies have different nighttime temperaments -- and, of course, different families have different lifestyles. Instead of espousing the kind of "one method fits all" approach advocated in other baby sleep guides, the Sears family explains how you can create a sleep plan that suits the needs of your entire family.
With a sharp focus on the practical tools and techniques, The Baby Sleep Book covers such topics as:
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This book saved my life 4.5 years ago and still is my go to book now. My son has never had any issues going from our bed into his own. We love having our kids in our bed. They sleep better, we sleep better and they are extremely independent children now. I can't imagine ever leaving my babies in a room to cry themselves to sleep. I highly recommend this book!
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