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As with all advice style books, you just have to use common sense.
A baby has attachment needs at birth and if these needs aren't met by responsive parents, the baby becomes an insecure, psychologically damaged child.
Knowing when to let your baby cry so that he or she will learn good sleep habits is one of the best things you can do for them and for yourself.
Love this book. As long as you use the advise to be flexible the book is amazing.
I have followed what the book teaches and advises from day one of my baby girls birth. Read more
This book plays a big part in why I went back and had 2 more kids after my first child!
I was so clueless when I had my first-born that I didn't even know how to change... Read more
Good book, lots of good baby info especially on sleep training. I found the feeding recommendation to be a good outline/starting point but needed tweaking. Read morePublished 2 days ago by JMM_KMM
Used this book for both my children. Also purchase it for every friend who is expecting.Published 3 days ago by D. Fisher
What a bunch of dangerous, dangerous garbage. I read this book (along with many others) and had to stop about halfway through because I thought someone was playing a prank on... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Leejay
The idea of a routine is good, and works well for most babies, but I disagree with letting an infant this young cry it out - at least no longer than 5 minutes. Read morePublished 6 days ago by BarbieM
worth every penny. I give it at every baby shower I am invited to now.Published 7 days ago by April L. Smith
I would recommend this book to all new parents. Don't follow it exactly- just use it as a guideline for getting adjusted to having a new baby. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Christy
We have 4 kids, ALL have slept through the night (6-8 hours) by 6 weeks. 3 out of 4 were sleeping 12 hours STRAIGHT by 12 weeks. Read more