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I found this book very informative.
We've followed the advice in this book and our twins are great sleepers, taking 2-3 naps per day and now (finally at 6 months) sleeping all night (12 hours).
Dr. Weissbluth's methods -- which involve scheduling naps and consistent nighttime sleep -- help your child to be rested and happy.
Wonderful book for helping your child develop healthy sleep habits... and getting some sleep yourself in the process!Published 1 day ago by Chloe123
I couldn't live without this book. I've also gifted it to so many moms and I hear so many times that they've tried everything in all the other sleep books but this is the only one... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tara Leap
We swear by this book! I consider it our bible!! It saved our lives, follow it's guidance and everyone will sleep :)Published 5 days ago by I.Kelly
I love how this book offeres a couple different approaches (because, duh! Every kid is different). But I was able to use this book for my last two and I have successfully been able... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Janice Auna
This book, regardless of your opinion of how best to put a child to sleep (cry it out verses other methods), contains not only excellent information on sleep and how it affects... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amanda Garrison
Another CIO book. Absolutely horrible. No need to write a book how to shut the door and leave your baby alone to cry her self to sleep. Even animals won't do that! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lana
I am someone who wants to understand why - so for me reading a book that explains the biology and psychology of sleep was important to understanding how the schedule can help to... Read morePublished 7 days ago by new mom
Any usefuk advice the author might have gets lost in the horrible writing.
This books needs an editor, asap.
My first baby hardly ever slept! She was colic and has acid reflux. Until the time she was 6 months she would only sleep for 30 minutes at a time. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Aspen Larson