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Nighttime Parenting: How to Get Your Baby and Child to Sleep

by William Sears

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Parenting is a job that goes on twenty-four hours a day Nighttime Parenting helps parents understand why babies sleep differently than adults, offers solutions to nighttime problems, and even describes how certain styles of nighttime parenting can aid in child spacing and lower the risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.Renowned pediatrician Dr. William Sears helps you find a solution to your baby's sleepless nights. Directed at lessening night-waking and increasing your ability to cope, this understanding guide offers comprehensive, caring advice on: where your baby should sleep, what foods help children sleep, nighttime lathering, tips for single parents, getting children to bed without a struggle, and much more.… (more)
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Dr. Sears explains how babies sleep differently than adults, how sharing sleep can help the whole family sleep better, and encourages parents to have confidence in the own intuition and to be responsive to their babies and young children at night. The revised edition includes the latest research on how sharing sleep may reduce SIDS risk, offers tips on safe sleeping-sharing, and includes an update on the benefits of breastfeeding at night, as well advice on common nighttime dilemmas.
  LLLMontebello | Aug 25, 2006 |
Dr. Sears urges parents to have confidence in their own intuition and be responsive to their babies and young children at night. His solution to the sleepless nights that are so common to new parents is sleep sharing. This book provides information on safe cosleeping, the benefits of breastfeeding at night, how to get your baby to sleep and stay asleep, how to deal with toddlers who wake at night, and methods for getting children to bed without a struggle.
  HomeBirth | Sep 3, 2014 |
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Parenting is a job that goes on twenty-four hours a day Nighttime Parenting helps parents understand why babies sleep differently than adults, offers solutions to nighttime problems, and even describes how certain styles of nighttime parenting can aid in child spacing and lower the risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.Renowned pediatrician Dr. William Sears helps you find a solution to your baby's sleepless nights. Directed at lessening night-waking and increasing your ability to cope, this understanding guide offers comprehensive, caring advice on: where your baby should sleep, what foods help children sleep, nighttime lathering, tips for single parents, getting children to bed without a struggle, and much more.

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