Suzy Giordano, affectionately known as "The Baby Coach," shares her highly effective sleep-training method in this step-by-step guide to let both baby and parent enjoy long, peaceful nights. Full of common sense and specific tips, the Baby Coach's plan offers time- and family-tested techniques to help any baby up to the age of 18 months who has trouble sleeping through the night.
Originally developed for newborn multiples, this sleep-training method worked so well with twins and triplets that families with singletons and older babies began asking Suzy to share her recipe for success, resulting in: regular feeding times; 12 hours' sleep at night; three hours' sleep during the day; peace of mind for parent and baby; and less strain on parents - and their marriage. This edition includes a new chapter on implementing the program with babies up to 18 months.
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The Baby Sleep Solution
I am a night nanny so my job is getting babies to sleep through the night. I've read them ALL! Three years ago I ran across this book at one of my client's homes and picked it up and read it. I love this technique! The reason I love this book and share it with ALL my clients is because it's a quick read! I tell my parents to read the intro then as we come to the next phase of sleep training we read the chapters together - well, not out loud like Reading Rainbow, but we read the same information so we are on the same plan. It's not too much information all at once. I also like it because it's a low-cry solution to sleep training. I was at a birthday party for one of my clients and the moms were standing around talking about mom stuff, and there were two moms there saying that their babies slept or rested in their cribs for 12 hours and they were both my clients! All the other moms had sleep issues with their kids. The book is small but mighty!
A very useful reference for sleep training. This book is easy to read and contains useful information no matter the age of the child you would like to sleep train.
Cliff note version
The book continually repeats the same info over and over but doesn't get to the solution the end of the book. Just give me the cliff note version.