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Revealing ways to enjoy sleep-filled nights, a family-friendly guide teaches sleep-deprived parents how to define their own individual sleep goals that work for their family's schedule and style, helping them create a customized sleep planner to ensure consistency with both parents as well as extended caregivers. Original. 50,000 first printing.

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Absolutely amazing! 3. Mai 2007
Von Mairin Looney - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
My 9-month-old daughter had never slept more than 4 hours at a time before we read this book. She would wake up several times a night, sometimes every hour! We tried other methods, but they didn't work. Finally, we decided to try a new method, and after pouring over every book in the parenting section of the bookstore, I decided that this one seemed like the one for me. I liked how the authors were very sensitive to parents who, like myself, were resistant to letting babies cry. We were prepared for the worst, and figured that we would have a terrible week ahead of us, maybe longer. The first night, she fell asleep after 30 minutes and only woke up once during the night. The second night, it took her 17 minutes and she never woke up. Last night (the third night), she fell asleep after 7 minutes and slept for 12 hours straight! We were amazed, and refreshed, since we'd gotten the first full-night of sleep that we've had in 9 months! It also works wonders for naps. We are now like a new family, with a happy, rested baby, and parents who are not exhausted all of the time. By the way, I have never written a review of anything before, so for me to be writing this is a REALLY big deal! Try this if you are a desperate parent, it really does work, and FAST! If it works for our baby, it will work for yours.

*** Note: After posting my review, I noticed that several new reviewers refer to this method as "lazy parenting", and seem to be of the opinion that this method is the worst thing for your baby. This may be true for them, but I just have to respond by saying that my baby is much happier now that we have been doing this method for a week- when I put her down at night, she is smiling, and does not cry at all, but just rolls over and goes to sleep for 12 hours. Before, when she was waking every few hours, she was cranky most of the time. Since she would go through 3-4 bottles a night (which, at 9 months, she definitely did not need!), she would not eat for most of the morning, and her naps were a nightmare! As a result, we had a baby who was overtired and not eating well during the day (and, as a result, getting most of her nutrition from formula instead of food, which she needs at this age). Now, she wakes up cheerful and well-rested (and, I might add, always happy to see us, even though we'd "abandoned" her), eats solid meals during the day, naps regularly, and is much more adjusted. My husband and I also have more energy to spend with her when we get home from work, since we're no longer only getting 4 hours of sleep, which I think is also a huge benefit for her. I was always against the "cry-it-out" method as well, but this really isn't about that, and it gets results very quickly. By the way, I have read Dr. Sears, and tried "The No-Cry Sleep Solution", and neither of them did any good. This will work very well for some people, but not for others, and I think that's OK.
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It WORKS! Definitely Recommend! 11. Januar 2013
Von Fritzee24 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is an easy, quick read and the program works. I've read several other baby sleep books, both cry and no-cry, and I think this book offers the simplest plan to follow with the least crying possible. It also provides lots of advice for special situations (teething, travel, illness, etc...) If you'd like to hear about my results, keep reading.

First, a little about my baby. Our son slept in a co-sleeper until he outgrew it at eight weeks. We moved him to a crib and he routinely slept from 6:30pm to 1am when he woke for a feeding. He would then sleep until four or five am when I would take him into our bed for another feeding a few more hours sleep. When he got to about three and a half months old he started waking every hour or two, every night. At first I thought it was sleep regression and I hoped it would pass. It didn't, and by the time he was four months old, I was sleeping with my son every night and taking every nap with him during the day. This went on for three and a half months, until we started sleep training last weekend.

Second, a little about me. I was DETERMINED not to let my baby cry. I'm an admirer of Dr. Sears and mostly agree with the fundamentals of attachment parenting. I did read Elizabeth Pantley's book and Tracy Hogg's book. I did try both their methods, but my son seemed confused and frustrated by their methods. I had accepted the possibility that I would have to sleep with my baby until he learned to sleep on his own, however long that would take. Then one night I had a realization, my son was crying EVERY night, multiple times per night. The few hours he would sleep in his crib, he would cry just about every hour. It wasn't much better in the middle of the night when my son was with me, he would have at least one crying episode per night, sometimes two. I also started to notice how frustrated my son was that he couldn't sleep on his own. I would rush into his bedroom when he would cry, I'd pull him out of the crib and I HAD to breastfeed him back to sleep, every time. I could see that this sleep ritual was not ideal for either of us. Despite sleeping with him every night and taking three naps a day with him, he was not getting enough rest, I see that now. Like I said, I was DETERMINED not to let my baby cry but my baby was crying all the time. That is when I decided to make a change.

Okay, now my results.

Night One
Put to bed at 7pm. Cried 31 minutes before falling asleep. Slept 33 minutes before waking and crying for another 8 minutes. Slept for 55 minutes and then woke and cried for most of an hour. Slept for about a half hour and then woke and cried for nine minutes. Fell asleep at 10:36pm and slept until 3:20 am, woke and cried for ten minutes and then slept until 6:25am.

Day Two (Naps)
Put to bed at 8m. Cried 23 minutes before falling asleep for 35 minutes.
Put to bed at 10:15. Cried 15 minutes before falling asleep for 65 minutes.
Put to bed at 2:37pm. Cried 15 minutes, slept 45 minutes.

Night Two
Put to bed at 7pm. Cried 6 minutes. Woke once at 10pm and cried for four minutes, slept until 6:40am.

Day Three (Naps)
Put to bed at 9am, cried for less than one minute and slept for 50 minutes
Put to bed at 12pm, cried on and off for 25 minutes, slept for 35 minutes
Put to bed at 3pm, cried on and off for 24 minutes, slept for 34 minutes.

Night Three
Put to bed at 7pm, cried for 17 minutes. Woke at 11:10pm and cried for 15 minutes. Woke at 3am and cried for 15 minutes. Woke 5:33am for the day, did one check but waited until 6am to take him from his crib.

Day Four (Naps)
Put to bed at 8am, cried for less than a minute, slept for 30 minutes, woke and cried for 17 minutes, slept for 46 more minutes.
Put to bed at 12pm, cried less than a minute, slept for 36 minutes, woke and cried for 10 minutes, slept for 40 more minutes.
Put to bed at 4pm, cried for five minutes, slept for 33 minutes.

Night Four
Put to bed at 7pm, no crying. Woke three times in that night, whimpered less than five minutes each time and went to sleep on his own. Woke at 6:20.

Day Five (Naps)
Put to bed at 8am, no crying. Slept for 32 minutes, woke and cried for 13 minutes, went back to sleep for 6 minutes.
Put to bed at 11:30, 1 minute of crying. Slept for 30 minutes, woke and cried for ten minutes. Went back to sleep for 20 minutes.
Put to bed at 3pm, less than a minute of crying. Slept for 35 minutes.

Night Five
Put to bed at 7pm, less than a minute of crying. Woke at 3am and cried for ten minutes. Woke for the day a 6:20.

Day Six (Naps)
Put to bed at 8am, less than one minute of crying, slept 2 hours.
Put to bed at 12:30, less than one minute of crying, slept 45 minutes.
Put to bed at 4pm, less than one minute of crying, slept 45 minutes.

Night Six
Put to bed at 7pm, about three minutes of crying. Baby woke three times during the night but went back to sleep on his own in less than five minutes. Woke for the day at 5:45, cried until I took him from his crib at 6am.

Day Seven (Naps)
Put to bed at 8am, no crying, slept for two hours. (I woke him from this nap to protect the following nap)
Put to bed at 12:30, no crying, slept for one hour, 15 minutes (I woke him from this nap to protect the following nap)
Put to bed at 4:15, two minutes of crying, slept for 25 minutes. (I woke him from this nap to protect night sleep)

Night Seven (Tonight)
Put to bed at 7pm, less than a minute of crying.

Summary
Tomorrow it will be a week since we started. Not only is our son sleeping in his crib for all of his naps and nights, but he is taking full naps and sleeping about eleven hours at night with very little crying. I think my son was a little confused the first couple of days and he was not quite himself. I was a little worried but the last couple of days he is happier than I've ever seen him. He is happy and alert without any fussiness, which is great to see. I definitely recommend this book. I also purchased the DVD so that my husband could get familiar with the program before we started sleep training.
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It's a miracle - Updated 24. Mai 2009
Von Mom from CT - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have literally read what seems to be every "baby sleep" book on the market. I was at my wits end as to how to get my 7 month old (20 lbs) baby to sleep through the night. I knew she could do it, but I didn't know how to do it.

We tried to let her cry it out, since it seemed like everyone I talked to had done it. But after a few days and hours of crying, I knew it wasn't working. And it was hard on everyone. Then came this book. After I read it I knew it was for us.

Our 7 month old woke up 2x per night for 8-9oz of milk each feeding. She never woke up for 1-2oz or just to be cuddled. She ate 1/2 of her daily milk intake between the hours of 9pm and 7am. So, I felt like CIO was starving her. This book helps you to wean your baby off of their feedings. We started with the weaning on the first night, decreasing her normal bottle size by 1 oz. One night she cried (whimpered) for 45 minutes. Then went back to sleep. Another night (the night that the 2nd feeding was dropped to 0 oz), she whined off and on for 3 hours. That was the only hard night that we had, thankfully. She wasn't hungry, but was so used to waking up for food that I think she got mad that things were changing. Each night we decreased her food by 1 oz per bottle. And during the day she miraculously ate a little bit more each day. I couldn't believe it. We tried to "pump her full of food" during the day before, but she wouldn't eat!

Now, 1 week later, we are all sleeping peacefully. For the past 3 nights, she has slept 12 hours without waking up once. She eats ALL of her needed milk during the day. Even writing this, I can't believe that it actually worked. She wakes up happy, eats well, and we are all better rested. I'm so glad that I chose this method.

Now, onto my suggestions and changes to the book:

--It tells you to work on the naps at the same time as the night sleep. That didn't work for us. She was still needed longer naps and the book's schedule didn't work until she was actually sleeping 12 hours at night. Now we are working on a flexible nap schedule.

--Our baby could already put herself to sleep before we started this program. We don't need to rock her or give her a bottle. We put her in the crib with a pacifier, and she lulls herself to sleep. We taught her to do this months ago. If your baby cannot do that, I would suggest teaching them that first (using the method of your choice) and then working on weaning them off of milk. I think it might be too hard to do it at the same time.

--Make sure and track how much your baby is eating during your current routine. Then, continue to track it during this program. The program suggests this, but I found it most important during the final stages of the weaning because I had to make sure she was getting enough milk during the day.

If your baby takes full meals during the night, TRY THIS BOOK! It was the only book that I read that addressed the issue of full meals at night and I'm grateful to the author's! Also - no matter which method you choose, do what you feel is best for your baby. I started thinking that 'whatever the books says, I have to do'. All babies are different and what works for some, might not for others. Change the program to fit your baby. Good luck!

***Update 7/2010 -- Over a year after I wrote this initial review, I still stand by it. We reverted back to night feeding a couple of times, but restarted the process from the book and went right back to sleeping well. She has been a sick baby and sometimes milk in the middle of the night was all she needed to soothe her. After she was better, if she still woke for milk, we weaned her off it. There was no crying this time - it was just a matter of shifting her milk intake to the daytime. Now at 21 months, she hasn't eaten in the middle of the night in a long, long time. I don't know when that would have stopped had we not used this book!
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This book saved our family! 1. Januar 2009
Von Shea Sanders - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I bought this book out of desperation when my 4 month old was still getting up every two hours. The only way he would go back to sleep was drinking 2-3 oz of formula. I reached the breaking point one night when he was up every 1.5 hours and I realized he had consumed almost 50 oz of formula in one day! Way too much. He was crabby, irritable and just seemed exhausted during the days, too.

We implemented the book's weaning program (which is brillant) since my son was in the weight requirements for this. It took 6 nights and he shed not ONE TEAR. This is because the weaning program is gentle and the baby does not even know what's happening.

The first night of real sleep learning was the 7th night because he was weaned and would therefore not get a bottle when he woke up. My son had no trouble putting himself to sleep for naps and bed- it was the night wakings we had trouble with so we were nervous.

I won't even sugarcoat it- it was a very, very rough night. My son cried for one hour straight when he woke the first time. We continued with the check-ins as the book instructs. I wanted to give up so badly. It was very difficult. I read the chapter "help for panicked parents!" many times during the first two nights. It was priceless- like someone is sitting there, holding your hand and encouraging you. The compassion and support in this book is unmatched by any other(and I've read every sleep book out there).

So after 1 hour he fell asleep. He woke on and off for the next 5 hours. It was the worst night of my parenting life but I knew that he needed to learn to sleep on his own- that we were harming him by continuing to allow him to rely on the bottle to fall back asleep.

The second night he woke at 12am and cried for only 20 minutes. He woke again around 3 and cried for 5 minutes.
The third night he woke once and cried for 3 minutes.
The fourth night-- nothing! NO TEARS. NO WAKE-UPS.

And he has slept 11-12 hours every night since then (that was a month ago). He is a different child. So outgoing. Happy. Cheerful. Not traumatized at all by that one night of crying.

This program works. It's amazing. I am giddy every night when I put him to sleep because I know I have 12 hours to myself. My marriage is better and I am a better parent to my older toddler (who slept through the night with no problems at 10 weeks).

Listening to your baby cry is torture. But if you can do it just one night (that will be the worst of it) you will allow your child to learn to soothe himself for every night after that.

I was in your shoes once- desperate for answers. I found everything my family needed and more in this book.
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Unbelievable! 6. März 2013
Von Rebecca R. Wake - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Four hours.

That is the minimum amount of time I would spend every day rocking and nursing my daughter to sleep or back to sleep. An hour for each nap, an hour for bed time and multiple times as she would awake during the evening. My husband got the night shift.
After she was finally asleep I would creep over and place her in a Rock n' Play (which was the only thing she would sleep in, woke up instantly in the crib and wailed.) Nine and a half months old, and I had been doing this since she was two months old. All day, every day.

Two Minutes.

THAT is how long it took her to go to sleep completely unassisted on NIGHT THREE. I am still in a state of giddy shock. I was terrified of this method. I had drunk deep of the Dr Sears Kool-Aid, I was convinced that letting my baby cry for a few minutes would damage her for life, make her lose trust in me. I believed that rubbish about crying methods only working because the babies give up on life. Utter nonsense!
What this book teaches us is that babies NEED to know how to go to sleep on their own. In my situation, I was nursing my baby to sleep, rocking her, and then transferring her to a cramped rocker. All babies and children naturally go into lighter sleeps through the night and during these she was waking up, and freaking out because I wasn't there. She would NEED me to come to her and recreate the conditions she fell asleep under. I can't believe I never saw that!

Night one:
It was brutal, it tore my heart out to listen to her wail for me, knowing I could easily pick her up and make it all better but our resolve just about stuck. She cried for half an hour with regular check-ins so she knew we hadn't abandoned her. Then eventually she just collapsed in a heap and fell asleep. Pretty sad huh? But she slept until 2am, had a snack and then slept till 6.30. She didn't hate me in the morning, but I sure hated me!
Night two:
She cried on and off for 20 minutes, then fell asleep. She woke up twice in the night, the second time she cried on and off for 15 minutes with check-ins. Woke up at 7.
That day I began the nap training. Put her down at 9.30, she cried for two minutes, and was asleep WITHIN 15 MINUTES. Second nap, the same but with only a minute of crying!
Night Three (tonight:)
Put her down, she cried for about 30 seconds, then simply got into her sleep position, purposefully, closed her eyes and went to sleep!! (I have a night vision camera in her room, I admit it!)

This from the baby who needed to be rocked to sleep for over an hour! And she is sleeping SO MUCH BETTER, all three of us are so refreshed! I feel liberated!

I am a total skeptic. I do not usually buy help books like this and I did not believe it could possibly work for *my* baby because her sleep patterns were just so messed up. But we saw the results the first night! All it required was us sticking it out. It was heartbreaking but the results were just incredible.

I now have a baby who not only sleeps in her crib, but knows that when she is put there, it's sleep time, and knows how to go to sleep! I never would have thought it possible!
Thankyou SO MUCH to the authors. I think this book truly saved my sanity.

If you are on the shelf (no pun intended,) I urge you to try this method! I feel like I should be running through the streets spreading the word! If I were more emotionally expressive I would be crying tears of joy!
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