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Twelve chapters cover feeding philosophies, monitoring baby's growth, establishing baby's routine, handling multiple births, and the ever-controversial chapter on when baby cries. The 52-week method involves four phases, beginning with "Stabilization" from birth to week 8. During weeks 9 through 15 ("Extended Night"), babies learn to sleep through the night. Ezzo and Bucknam attempt to teach the difference between a baby's many cries and advise parents on various responses to these cries. Critics dislike Ezzo's strong belief that "child-centered parenting" (feeding baby whenever it cries, sleeping with and "wearing" baby) fosters demanding, insecure toddlers. But for parents who are tired of being tired--or whose previous experience with child-centered parenting supports Ezzo's theory--it may be worth a read. --Liane Thomas --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
You know what the author of the book would say to that...I wasn't doing it right!
Our routine was sleep. eat. play. sleep. then eat. then play, then baby is tired and ready to sleep. then baby wakes and is ready to eat. and so on.
We are all parents and the book was developed to help parents recognize a childs needs and to help nurture them to be happier babies.
We began following this loosely the first week we had our newborn home. Even by focusing just on getting our daughter 8 quality feedings a day during the first couple weeks, she... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Kyle Porter
Loved this book. Agreed with 85% of it - baby is on a great feeding schedule (7am, 10a, 1p, 4p ,7p, 10pm) and sleeps through the night. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Katie
Garbage. Half of the book is spend trying to persuade you why THEIR technique is far superior to any other. Very pompousPublished 3 days ago by Luis
Completely agreed with everything, just wish we had read it before our baby turned 3 months old, not too much advice on correcting existing sleep problems and only covered thru 5... Read morePublished 5 days ago by kenda
This book promotes the "Eat / Awake ?Sleep" method of establishing a routine for your baby (The Baby Whisperer books advocate the same basic approach). Read morePublished 7 days ago by Alegra M. B. L.
A friend recommended this book and I was hesitant to try it because I didn't like the idea of scheduling and was turned off by the controversy. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Emily Z.
Great guidelines for helping your baby sleep better. My son was sleeping through the night by 12 weeks. Don't be too strict though. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Andrea Miller
love this book. give it to all new moms. Yes!! i will wake a sleeping baby.Published 14 days ago by carfran17