Aren’t babies precious? So is sleep.
Your baby is capable of sleeping through the night and this book will show you how.
A whip smart and entertaining guide that focuses on WHY babies sleep the way they do, this book arms you with evidence-based and flexible tools that work for every unique situation so that you can teach your baby how to sleep well.
This book will help you tackle the thorniest sleep snags, including:
> Navigating the tricky newborn phase like a pro
> Getting your child to truly sleep through the night
> Weaning off the all-night buffet
> Mastering the precarious tango that is healthy napping
> Solving toddler and preschooler sleep struggles
Sleep expert Alexis Dubief, of the wildly popular website, podcast, and group Precious Little Sleep, imparts effective, accessible, and flexible strategies based on years of research that will dramatically improve your child’s sleep.
You’ll love the practical solutions and the way she presents them.
And it works!
This was a great purchase for us. Our little one is a great sleeper through the night (she’s 16 weeks) but will not fall asleep without 2 hours of rocking and bouncing. As far as naps go, she will only nap on someone. We chose to do SLIP just based on the timeframe and the tolerance and current sleep trends with our baby, and for bedtime it’s been working thus far! We’re on day four, and this book gave us all the tools to be successful without feeling guilty for letting our baby cry sometimes. We will start with naps in the next coming days, but are so grateful for the read! The comic relief is also worth noting and helpful when you’re making a decision about someone so important
Helped my little guy sleep independently at 4.5 months old. Can’t believe how easy it was to adjust his sleep associations at bed time, and now he puts himself to sleep. 10/10 definitely and must read for any tired parent!
Good info, worth skimming
It’s helpful but jokes around way too much. Good information surrounded by filler. When you have a screaming infant that won’t sleep you also don’t have time for a self help book that won’t get to the point.