THE LULL-A-BABY SLEEP GUIDE The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Your Baby (Part 1) An essential guide to improving a child's sleep quality for better growth and development. When you say "good night" to your baby, do you say it through clenched teeth, knowing the night is going to be anything...
THE LULL-A-BABY SLEEP GUIDE The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Your Baby (Part 1) An essential guide to improving a child's sleep quality for better growth and development. When you say "good night" to your baby, do you say it through clenched teeth, knowing the night is going to be anything but good? Has getting your baby to sleep for the night become a major struggle or a complicated routine? Is the middle of the night in your household a torture of interrupted sleep, hours spent with a crying baby, or at best an awake baby, placid but definitely not sleeping? It ends now with this book. It ends with you learning techniques and plans for getting your baby to go to sleep at night when you want him to, without your having to drive him around and around the block in your car, stay in his room with him for two hours, or go through any other complex routine. Table of Contents 1. Introduction2. A Good Night's Sleep ... for AllA. The Importance of SleepB. Your Baby's Sleep NeedsC. Sleep Patterns and REM SleepD. Sleeping Through the NightE. A Noise in the NightF. You Can't Fool Mother Nature3. Baby Sleeping Problems4. What's Keeping Baby Awake? Hunger, Schedules, and PainA. The Number One Internal Problem -- HungerB. On-Demand Feeding versus Scheduled FeedingC. When Your Baby's Schedule Doesn't Mesh with YoursD. Colic: Frequent Scapegoat, Real PainE. TeethingF. Intestinal Distress5. The Pros and Cons of Baby Sleep Positioners?6. Other Things Keeping Baby AwakeA. Food Isn't Always the AnswerB. AnxietiesC. Wide Awake in the EveningD. Bad Dreams and NightmaresE. Sleep ApneaF. Other Sleep-Disturbing Breathing ProblemsG. External Problems7. Signal When ReadyA. Early CyclesB. Do Routines Matter?C. Signs That Baby Is Ready for BedD. Establish Regular Sleep Habits and RoutinesE. Settling Baby into His CribF. Recognizing Night and DayG. When Baby Is OvertiredH. Teaching Baby to Get Herself Back to Sleep8. Baby Night Lights9. Soothing Baby to SleepA. Calming Your Crying BabyB. Rocking and Soothing Motion TechniquesC. Singing and TalkingD. A Cry for AttentionE. SwaddlingF. MassageG. Tactics to Avoid10. Conclusion About the author: Janet Vandenhoeck has managed to create a rich and rewarding career as an author of books for parents.She travels around the world to share what she knows, and learns many new things from other parents on her journeys. She has presented at many conferences, hospital parenting programs and other events. Janet is the author of several parenting books available -- showing that parents are the same, no matter where in the world they live or what language they speak.
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