Since being introduced to the principles of Babywise, I have been convinced of its effectiveness in establishing sleep patterns and in decreasing the frequency of problems associated with infant feeding.
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.
Enjoy your baby, don't try to follow this ridiculous book. All babies are different stop trying to fit into some weird mold. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Leanne S Gardner
F!*$% this program. It is a one size fits all approach and is VERY harmful to children who don't fit into it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by R. Strait
Is it just me or is this book insanely confusing? After staring at yet another line graph, I'm too sleep deprived to figure out what it means. I just can't.Published 1 day ago by Ela Gardner
Helped me get my baby sleeping through the night. Wished I would have bought it much earlierPublished 4 days ago by HOKS
Great Book. Super helpful. I used it as a guide for both of my boys and it was very helpful. We did a modified version which worked great for our family.Published 5 days ago by Jeannine
This is my "go to" baby gift. I used this method 10 years ago and continue to give this gift....a sleeping baby.Published 7 days ago by Sidney Elston
Fantastic read. Been very helpful to us as first time parents. Recommend it to all parents to read and consider the concepts. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Katie
I heard this was the greatest thing ever...I didn't find it that useful. Most of the stuff in here is common sense & the beginning goes over different methods & baby theories -... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer