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5 Days to a Perfect Night's Sleep for Your Child: The Secrets to Making Bedtime a Dream
Not much here that you can’t figure out by applying common sense. It is basically about reinforcing desired behaviour and ignoring unwanted behaviour. From reading up on the scientific evidence on this approach it seems to work—but it’s very tough on parents. I’m happy I don’t have to deal with the issues this is aimed at. Things I found lacking: sketchy details on how to handle daytime napping, lack of clarity on when to begin with this approach (from what I understand you really shouldn’t start before six months) and an amusing lack of any mention about how to handle additional children, let alone twins.
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