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Every parent should own her books, it's great idea for a baby shower gift!
Both books helped me get a good routine in our house and really helped me understand sleep cycles and how to help my son get better naps in during the day.
There's a lot of great information in this book for parents of newborns through toddlerhood, and I made plenty of notes while I read.
I'm not a fan of cry it out methods- my heart can't take it. This book provided me with great alternative tips and some support. Read morePublished 13 days ago by MommaLayton
It's like Elizabeth Pantley instantly became my best friend. I have 2 of her books, The No-Cry Sleep Solution and No-Cry Nap Solution. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Tiffany Rivel
Gave lots of advice that I would've never thought of on my own. I used to have to nurse to sleep every nap and every night, now she cries if I even attempt that. It's a miracle.Published 2 months ago by Monmy2KJ
I like her gentle approach to putting a baby to sleep. Super easy read and simple steps in following her approach.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some of the advice seemed contradictory to the safe guidelines of the APA (like putting 4 mo old down with a blanket). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Smunkner
For our child this "solutions" were just a waste of time. We ended up using the Ferber Method, which did the trick in one night.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good help. It isn't a method, but there are some good tips for helping babies to enjoy great naps.Published 4 months ago by Noelia Muñoz
Has great tips! Love that it's not a "you have to do this" book. Reading my child's tired signs has helped me the best. Would recommend this book to any parent!Published 4 months ago by Rebecca schanche
I was so relieved to find this book, both for myself and to recommend to all of my friends. I wanted to find an alternative to CIO because I didn't feel that was the only way for... Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Wizig