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A perfect gift for prospective parents, parents of newborns, and any parent with a baby who needs to learn to sleep.
The Sleep Lady®approach is founded on my general beliefs as a family therapist: I'm a proponent of parents developing and maintaining a secure attachment with their child while creating a family life where everyone is happy, healthy and well-rested. My sleep approach builds on step-by-step changes in bedtime, napping and overnight routines so that a child can develop sleep independence and sleep more soundly and longer while feeling confident that Mom and Dad will be nearby and responsive. It's a gentler alternative for families who can't stomach the idea of letting their babies cry it out; for families who have tried Ferber without success; and for families who had success earlier on with crying it out but find that it isn't working now. I have also worked with families who believe in co-sleeping but whose babies don't really sleep all that well, even nestled snugly with Mom and Dad. And I've guided many families who did co-sleep for a few months or a few years but now want the family bed to revert to a marital one.
52 Sleep Secrets for Babies summarizes much of what I have learned from working with hundreds of families and that I now teach to the new parents I see in my practice and through my website. So many have asked me for a quick and easy to follow guide to helping their babies learn to sleep and to help them prevent problems down the road, I have put together this little book that you can carry with you anywhere and refer to before and after sleep problems arise.See all Editorial Reviews
Nice information and helpful, you have to get the whole package to help you. Very interesting technics and best for the babies but most important for the parentsPublished on March 4, 2013 by Melissa
I bought the three books, the "52 Tips", "Good NOght, Sleep Tight Workbook..." and the "Big Book". And after wasting my time reading ALL of them, I realized how she doesn't know... Read morePublished on May 23, 2010 by Leah