Bed Timing: The When-to Guide to Helping Your Child to Sleep
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Bed Timing: The When-to Guide to Helping Your Child to Sleep

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Paperback, 231 pages
Published February 13th 2009 by Harpercollins Canada
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The research in this book makes so much sense that it's hard to understand why it's not more widely-known. Of course, that may be because it's depressing to be told to "wait it out" when your baby is still having horrendous nights, but she's nine months old and it's the worst period ever for sleep training. (My next kid is so going to get trained at six months. I know that I felt it was too young, three months ago, but with this book, and the knowledge that come 8-9 months I'll be at the end of...more
The content in this book is great, and there approach to parenting (there are not hard and fast rules, parents know there child best, but let us tell you about some patterns that might be helpful) is lovely. The over view of development and the discussion of the pro's and cons of different approaches were great. Reading this book help me and my wife stop being paralyzed by fear of harming our kids by doing the wrong night time parenting and helped us come up with a plan.

However, although the au...more
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This book had some good information on the development of children and when it's a good time to work on sleep routines and how to get a child to sleep. However, the book focused more on WHEN to get them to sleep instead of HOW. Reader should be aware of that when picking the book up.
Crazy helpful! I appreciated that you could choose your own method of sleep training and the information on WHEN to sleep train was excellent. It helps to know when 'separation anxiety' is most prevalent and that sleep training will likely be unsuccessful.
Everything you need to know about how development affects your child's sleep. Wish I had read this with my first.
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