The no-cry sleep solution : gentle ways to help your baby sleep through the night / Elizabeth Pantley.
"Nearly all babies fight sleep. Some people argue that parents should let their baby "cry it out" until the child falls asleep; others say parents should tough it out from dusk until dawn. Neither tactic fosters happiness in the family. The No-Cry Sleep Solution gives parents a third option: a proven method to pin-point the root of sleep problems and solve them in a way that is gentle to babies, effective for parents, and provides peace in the home. One of today's leading experts on children's sleep, Elizabeth Pantley delivers clear, step-by-step ideas for guiding your child to a good night's sleep--without any crying. This parenting classic shows how to decipher--and work with--your baby's biological sleep rhythms, create a customized plan for getting your child to sleep through the night, nap well during the day, and teach your baby to fall asleep peacefully, and stay asleep, without all-night breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, or requiring a parent's care all through the night. And now, this updated edition is even easier to follow. It provides important new guidelines on safety (bedsharing, pacifiers, swings, slings, swaddling and more), and an expanded chapter specifically about newborns. It covers every sleep issue that occurs in the first few years and answers parents' common questions about white noise, back-sleeping, SIDS, day care, naps, nightwaking, bedsharing, dealing with strong-willed babies, working with caregivers, troubleshooting sleep issues, and more!"--Amazon.
- ISBN: 1260462129
- ISBN: 9781260462128
- Physical Description: xxii, 386 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Edition: Second edition.
- Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 
- Copyright: ©2020
Contents / Notes
Fully updated & expanded. Including latest advice on safety.
Previously published in 2002.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Part I Ten Steps to Helping Your Baby Sleep All Night -- Part II Sleep Solutions -- Part III Special Situations -- Part IV Let's Talk About You -- Part V Safety Information and Checklists.
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