Save Our Sleep, Revised Edition
by Tizzie HAll
A fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling baby sleep guide. Tizzie Hall has gained an international reputation as a baby whisperer and miracle worker. Even from an early age, Tizzie knew how to read babies' body language and cries, and from that auspicious beginning she has developed a series of sleep routines that have provided parents and babies with a good...more
ebook, 281 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Macmillan Australia
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I had heard a lot of positive and negative things about this book, so decided to read it for myself. I found it to be full of useful information, even if you don't decide to go ahead and use her routines. Can definitely see the reasoning behind having a good routine early on... as things you set in place as a newborn will carry on into toddler years. It's not about abusing your baby and letting it cry, it's about understanding why your baby is crying and the difference between an emotional cry -...more
Before i read this book I'd heard mixed reviews - some loved and some absolutely hate this book. I also heard a lot of untrue things (eg she never recommends control crying). If you take as a general guiding principle I think it actually really helps a new mum understand eg how much her baby needs to eat approx as they grow, common issues, and really helped me know how to introduce solids etc. She's very practical which I appreciated.
My favourite book in terms of routines for a baby. If you are not a fan of the idea of putting a baby on a routine, if you think you should just follow what you think the baby needs, than stay away, but if you like it, and if you like your life to be still a bit organised even with one or two small kids in the house than you will love it. Do not need to follow it exactly. It is just a kind a manual of a little one.