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The Baby Sleep Solution: A Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours aNight

The Baby Sleep Solution: A Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours aNight [Kindle Edition]

Suzy Giordano , Lisa Abidin
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"Suzy Giordano [is] an underground legend...for her ability to teach newborn babies how to achieve that parenting nirvana: sleeping through the night." - The Washington Post


"Suzy Giordano [is] an underground legend...for her ability to teach newborn babies how to achieve that parenting nirvana: sleeping through the night." - The Washington Post


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3.0 von 5 Sternen hilfreich, aber lückenhaft 16. Februar 2009
Von ultivaone
habe mit ernsthaftem interesse dieses buch mehrfach gelesen und als erstmutti so richtig "zur brust genommen". es funktioniert, aber der weg dahin ist nicht so einfach wie beschrieben -- und die tipps, wenn's nicht so klappen sollte, sind dürftig und eben lückenhaft. ausserdem wendet sich das buch an mutti's, die mit der flasche füttern. für stillende mütter und deren spezielle probleme finden sich kaum hinweise. autoren, die behaupten "es klappt immer" erscheinen nun mal leichtgradig unglaubwürdig. das grundlegende prinzip hinter der gesamten theorie (wer tagsüber seine Tagesration verzehrt braucht nachts nichts) wird einfach und verständlich erläutert und stets wiederholt, bis dass es der letzte kapiert. Einige fragen sind offen geblieben, aber suzy's homepage bietet keine antworten - schade! also fakt ist, das mein sohnemann 12 h am stück schlafen kann, wenn nicht dieses quälende bauchweh ihn davon abhalten würde. nur das zu unterscheiden ist häufig eine black box.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A COMPLETE REVIEW 5. Februar 2012
Von J. L. Yu - Veröffentlicht auf
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I went to the library and took out at least seven books about how to get my baby to sleep through the night, and this is by far the best book even though it is written by a layperson...if you take it with a grain of salt. I gave it four stars because of a few but important points that new mothers need to know about before following her plan which the author does not take into account. I also can't help but snort at " not impressed " buyers/readers who only give this book one star. Obviously the person giving this book one star has not read all the other books out there and then actually tried to follow the long and tedious advices found withing hundreds and hundreds of pages...

The Pros of this book:
1. It asks parents to put their relationship with their spouse/sanity/own need first. Then the babies. This is how a healthy child should be raised. Suzan stresses this point, and yes, it might offend parents that center their whole life around their child... so be forewarned.

2. It really is a short read, and is to the point. A sleep deprived mom who can't even remember where her left shoe is will be able to read this in one sitting

3. It outlines a schedule. It also teaches the parent how to get the baby on this or any other schedule that the parent decides to follow.

4. It works! I however feed my baby every 2-3 hours during the day, from 7 am to 7 pm only. The author should have mentioned this adjustment-if needed- and she does not.

Why schedule feeding and this book worked for me: My baby was in the 99th percentile for size when he was born and he was so hungry that i was feeding him every hour ( from start to start of the next feeding) ,and each feeding lasted 45 min, meaning that I had 15 minutes off every hour 24 hours a day. I am not kidding. I followed the new age" no schedule, feed any time he wants commonly preached currently practiced by the medical community method of feeding. I then almost drove off the highway with my baby from sleep deprivation. When he was four months old, I finally found this book. After two weeks of feeling like a monster mom, coming into the room every three minutes of him crying, he finally slept through the night. I mean the whole night. 12 hours. The next night he did the same, barely cried for 3 minutes, and fell asleep. He slept 12 hours- again. Now one year later, he still sleeps 12 hours a night .

For super lactators out there ( you are one if using only a hand pump you get more than 6 oz out of ONE breast first thing in the morning). This schedule could potentially work, although feeding a baby only every four hours 4 times a day might not be enough for a very hungry baby. For mine ( because I tried this schedule) it did not work. He got grumpy and mean. But for my friend whose baby puked breast milk up constantly, this schedule actually made the baby stop puking the food up, and gave the baby less gas, cramps, as well as colic. He became a happy baby. My friend by the ways is a super lactator. This is why I only gave this book 4 stars - feeding a baby only every four hours will not work for all babies.
Also, beware if you are a mom like me who is not a super lactator. Your milk will slow down the second you stop waking up at night and stumbling like a zombie to feed the baby. This is because of hormones - something to do with feeding in the middle of your OWN sleep pattern causes a greater amount of milk to be produced. Also, feeding every two hours super charges the breast milk production of moms like me- who are not super lactators.

By the way, I rented a sensitive scale to weigh the baby before and after feedings to see if her theory actually works... and it does- to some degree. If you feed the baby every four hours and the baby is hungry, your milk production adjusts...but by not as much as she mentions in her book. I was able to raise mine from 3 or 2 oz to 5 oz. But I was never able to produce 6 oz during the half hour feedings. My friend however, raised hers from 10 to 12 oz.

Please mark this review if you found it helpful :)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good advice that works 7. August 2007
Von Cooper's mom - Veröffentlicht auf
Don't worry so much about pumping and measuring. This can work if you're breastfeeding. Trust your baby to tell you when they're full and when they're hungry. The important part is that you start to stretch out the time between feeding to give your child enough time to get hungry and eat a full meal.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Not impressed 2. März 2009
Von M. Shearer - Veröffentlicht auf
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We started putting the theories in this book into practice when my son was twelve weeks old. It actually made things worse for us. Here's how: We began scheduling out my son's daytime feedings and pushing him to every four hours as the book suggests. Now he no longer goes to sleep when needed because he's hungry and uncomfortable. When feeding time comes he nurses just long enough to get comfortable (not full) and he totally crashses. He then sleeps for about an hour, wakes up and realizes he's hungry and is miserable. We put him off until time to eat and again he takes in just enough to get comfortable and again crashes. This continues all night and all day.

Before we started following the book my son was up two to three times per night and was a very happy, easy going baby who was able to put himself to sleep when laid down drowsy, yet awake. Now he's up four to five times per night and is in a perpetual overtired, cranky state, and is totally dependent on me and nursing to go to sleep. I'm going back to feeding on demand so we can again put him to bed while drowsy, but awake and he can learn again to put himself to sleep without depending on me.

The author's theories seem sound when you read this book, but when put into practice for us they've caused total chaos and unrest. Not recommended.

P.S. - My son is now 4 months and 3 weeks old and is sleeping from 7 pm until 7 a.m. every night, without forcing his feedings to every four hours as this book suggests is a necessity. This has come about by letting him feed on demand (about every three hours) and watching for his sleep signals to lay him down when he's awake, yet drowsy. He's learned to put himself to sleep and now when he wakes up at night he just "talks" himself back to sleep within just a few minutes - no tears, and no stress. This was a much better option for us and I honestly feel this book did nothing but delay his ability to sleep through the night.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Brilliant 29. Mai 2007
Von T. Wright - Veröffentlicht auf
My daughter never slept. No naps. Tough nights. She was a miserable infant. I read many sleep books with minimal success...until this one. I started right at 3 months and within 10 days my baby was sleeping 12 hours. Her days were better, her nights were silent and now at a 1 1/2 years she is the best sleeper I've ever seen. My second baby just turned 3 months yesterday and slept 12 hours last night without a peep. This book is brilliant. Two things: 1) you have to have the discipline to follow through, or don't bother. 2) I don't recommend doing this with breastfeeding. I tried, and it didn't work at all. As soon as I switched to formula, it worked like a charm.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Simple and straight forward approach 24. April 2007
Von S. Benz - Veröffentlicht auf
It basically boils down to this.

1. Get your child up to feedings every 4 hours.

2. Establish a schedule, which often means keeping the child awake when they want to sleep during the day. (We have found allowing cat naps works fine so the child isn't completely miserable). The key here is to keep the child up as much as possible in the 3-4 hours preceeding bedtime.

3. Establish a bedtime routine. The child needs to know that it's time to sleep. Turn the lights down very low, etc. During the day, open the blinds, etc. to let the child know it's day time.

4. Let the child "cry it out" a while before tending to them. This is a little tough, but you get used to it pretty fast. The child needs to learn how to soothe themself and that requires some time to cry it out. If the child starts whaling at a high pitch, then you should comfort them. If you allow them to cry it out for a while, you will see improvement over a relatively short time. Otherwise, you're in for a lot of long nights trying to soothe your baby who just won't stop crying.

Obviously, one method won't work for everyone, but you have to start someplace, and this book seems to offer some good basic strategies. We have had a good deal of success in the first two weeks. Our baby girl doesn't sleep 12 hours, but we really don't want that anyway. She sleeps from roughly 10 PM to 6 AM and then only requires minor attention (not necessarily food, but sometimes) to make it until 9 AM. All in all, it's a significant improvement from before when she would wake up every 4 hours and need to be fed. She eats more consistantly and consumes more food now.

Some of the complaints seem just plain ignorant. "My doctor says it's unsafe." Well, OK, but they say that about anything and everything, so you need to decide for yourself. It's your child, not your doctor's. Show me an area of child rearing in which doctor's unanimously agree - you can't. What I mean by all of this is that you should try an approach before you pan it. There's nothing that says you have to follow the directions to a tee.

Other complaints seem to be related to breast-feeding mothers. My wife only breastfed for a short time so I can't comment too much except to say that you it is my understanding that you are supposed to breastfeed every 4 hours (or pump) to maintain a healthy milk supply, so I don't know how this book can really help you since you'll need to be up every 4 hours anyway.

In conclusion, there are many ways to "sleep train" your child, and they seem to vary pretty widely. My advice is to pick one and try it for 2 weeks or so and see if anything improves. If not, try another one, but try not to confuse your child with radical shifts.
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Thirty minutes before your fourth and final feeding of the day, take your baby up to the nursery. You will then need to do five or six things consistently each night to signal to your baby that it is time to wind down and go to sleep. &quote;
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