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The Guide to Baby Sleep Positions: Survival Tips for Co-Sleeping Parents Paperback – April 2, 2013
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"H is for Hell" and "The Junkyard" are my favorites. But each new page brings a hilarious new drawing. What struck me most was how each new position also brought up a fond memory of a stage that has passed too soon. I stopped counting how many times I laughed out loud and said, "Ha! I remember that position" Or, "Oh man, been there, done that." This is the absolute perfect gift for any new or expecting parent, or for anyone who remembers the joy and pain and hilarity of raising kids. I have a couple friends with infants in the house, and I can't wait to give them copies, as I know they will relate. Loved this book so much.
If you have ever co-slept with your small child, then you will be extremely familiar with many of these sleep positions. My favorites were "Jazz Hands" and "The Neck Scarf"...two sleep positions that I suffered through many nights! I've also been through "The Exorcist"...which is only funny now. Not so much back then.
This book delivers high quality humor from front to back. Totally worth 5 stars.
The descriptions, side effects and tips for each of the sleeping positions in the book are simply hilarious. I about lost it on the "The Petting Zoo" illustration. This book is a great gift for anyone in need of a good laugh, and I think it's a pretty fun piece to have around.
Having raised two children of my own with varying degrees of success I was delighted to find that the contents of the book are not just a "how to" guide for drowsy infants, but also a helpful reference tool for parents that dabble in baby watching and kicks to the kidney.
The illustrated positions showcased in the book are both accurate and informative, and this guide will surely help babies looking to experiment with new and exciting sleep positions as well as provide the answers that so many parents need.
Note: The reading level is slightly higher than that of most babies, but what newborn doesn't like a challenge?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Funny book... but you'll only skim through it once then shelve it. Would probably make a good novelty gift or bathroom reading material.Published 2 months ago by David
I bought this for my husband for Fathers' Day. It was a very quick read, and he laughed out loud at most of these, and even howled with laughter and covered his face for a few.Published 5 months ago by Emily Martha Sorensen
It's a great gift for expecting fathers - especially new fathers. It definitely lightens the mood and makes things a lot less serious and stressful. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sewing Meiser
Any parent with kids can relate and laugh (after they've broken their kids from sleeping on their beds). I bought this as a gift to my wife. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nos
H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S!!! If you are or have been co-sleeping with your kid, you know what he's talking about. And you will laugh. Loud, very loud! Read morePublished 13 months ago by multimamma
Cute book. Bought for my husband for Father's Day. I went thru the book and highlighted some positions that related to us more than others. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jess morgan