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Editorial Reviews. Review. “I put these principles into practice—with instant results. Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child, 4th Edition: A Step-by-Step Program for a Good Night's Sleep - Kindle edition by Marc Weissbluth. Download it once and. As you will see from my review on Goodreads, I liked this book but had serious problems with the presentation. So that none of my friends have to go through the . And it's no wonder; Weissbluth's book, Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child is considered one of the 'baby sleep bibles' by the many people who've read it over .
Like this presentation? My son is 1. Ballantine Books Language: Page Summary Anonymous: If you let the kid in your bed with you, feed her at 2 am, etc, etc. It's fine if you put a sleeping baby in her bed. If your 7 year old is in pull-ups at night, you haven't failed as a parent.
She needs this skill! It's the same thing as not letting her eat too much junk food when she's older, or climb too high in a tree. I haven't read much of the month section or anything beyond at this point. If there's I anything earth-shattering in there when I do, I'll update this entry. Otherwise, feel free to check it out yourself! Since then I have had a third child, who is now 3 and a half.
Let me be honest with you here: I didn't get that one sleeping through the night until she was nearly 2! I was never able to fully make myself allow her to cry it out. It was emotionally too gut wrenching for me. I don't think I really did it for child 2 , the infant I had in arms when I first read this book. Child 3 is incredibly strong willed, and I lost. I did practically everything wrong according to this book.
I gave into the nighttime feedings, even when she was 18 and 20 months old this kid breastfed for comfort until a month or two after her third birthday! She, like the other two children, gave up her last nap when she was perhaps 18 months old.
I didn't fight it. About the only thing I've consistently done "right" is enforcing a relatively early bedtime. Even so, that's slid from 6: She gets Almost 12 hours of sleep most nights. Could she use another hour? Probably, but again family logistics make this complicated and I just haven't prioritized it.
But you know what? We survived. There were some months of bedtime hell, to be blunt. There were evenings of hanging out for what seemed like hours outside her door, "patiently" returning her to her bed over and over and over again. Still, we got through them, and in direct contradiction to what this book warned, she outgrew it.
Somewhere between 18 months and 2 years she started sleeping through the night. She currently fights bedtime but it's more of a fillibuster most nights than a battle to the death. She then sleeps like a log and yet stays dry!
Her 6 year old sister that is, the babe in arms of my initial book review , on the other hand, developed a sleep problem around her 5th birthday. She couldn't fall asleep at All and often laid in bed between 8 and 10 pm before finally managing it.
We weren't doing a lot "wrong" with her - no major sugar, late evening screen time, etc.
And after trying a Lot of different things, we finally started giving her half of a melatonin tablet at night an hour and a half before bed. You know what? It works too.
Is it perfect? I understand that weaning her from it will be unpleasant as your body quits producing enough of its own when receiving a supplement. But it's the best we can do right now- and it's a Heck of a lot better than her losing hours of sleep each night and all the emotional and physical problems that can create. So if I could talk to my younger self of - and you other parents of infants now - I would say "You do what you have to. If you can't emotionally manage CIO, don't.
If you can, I'm not going to judge you. Neither you nor your child is likely to be emotionally scarred for life if you make it work. If you let the kid in your bed with you, feed her at 2 am, etc, etc. If you give her melatonin at age 5, that's going to be OK too.
If your 7 year old is in pull-ups at night, you haven't failed as a parent. You're going to get through it. You've got to take these challenges as they come and - prayerfully - do the best you can.
And don't let some page disorganized book with tons of "sciency" garbage in it bully you around. You were given parenting instincts for a reason. Use them, and - then - try to get some perspective. This too shall pass! View All Archives. Log in No account?
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Anonymous Aug. Link Reply Thread. Anonymous Feb. I did not hear of this book of course until I became sleep deprived with my 2 month old and very active but newly confused 4 year old boys.
So in a desperate attempt to figure out this over-tiredness in my colicky little guy I started this book. Even as an audiobook there were too many interruptions for me to capture an entire summary. And then I found you!! Anonymous Jun. My son is 1. Did you ever happen to read after that and find something earth-shattering? I just loved it! I have the book, but as u said is too thick.
Anonymous Oct. Looking forward to hearing cliff notes on ages past 12 months. Thanks for the info. An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book details Author: Marc Weissbluth MD Pages: Ballantine Books Language: English ISBN Description this book Title: BallantineBooksDownload Here https: