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On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Februar 2012

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Gary Ezzo, M.A. serves as the executive director of Growing Families International. He and his wife Anne Marie have spoken to millions of mothers, fathers, educators and medical clinicians through their best-selling books and weekend seminars. Their parenting concepts are now translated into 25 languages. On Twitter @_wisebooks and online at babywisebooks.com.

Dr. Robert Bucknam, M.D., F.A.A.P. is the founder and director of Cornerstone Pediatrics in Louisville, Colorado where he resides with his wife, Gayle, and their four sons. He has served thousands of parents in Colorado for the last 26 years as their Pediatrician. With a targeted interest in preterm and high-risk newborns, Dr. Bucknam's opinions are highly respected within the pediatric community; He has expanded his practice into multiple hospitals in the area where he works closely with 37 licensed Pediatricians. Dr. Bucknam's work on Parent Directed Feeding is being utilized by 6 million parents worldwide in 16 languages. Stay connected to his further findings on Twitter @_wisebooks and online at babywisebooks.com.


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Fand schon im Studium, dass englischsprachige Fachliteratur bisweilen besser zu lesen ist als deutsche. Deswegen habe ich dieses Buch bestellt und bin sehr zufrieden. Es enthält einige praktische Tipps, ist gut zu lesen und ich kann es weiterempfehlen! Würde das Buch wieder kaufen, was ich von "Oje ich wachse" nicht behaupten kann.
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I am the mother of two, and expecting a third. With my first child I nursed on demand, and didn't get more than 2 hours straigt sleep for 6 months. (I finally resorted to breaking that habit, and my heart by letting my baby cry himself back to sleep for about 4 nights in a row.) He was thriving, in the 95th percentile for weight. With my second son I followed the Baby Wise guidelines (I came from a neighborhood of new moms who swore by it) and had a baby who slept through the night at 7 weeks. I never had to listen to him cry himself to sleep, it just happened. He was also much more content during daytime hours. He, too, was thriving, gaining a full pound his first week and four during the first month and always in the 90th percentile range. I'll be using the Baby Wise guidelines with our third. I am surprised that some readers think the authors are telling you to ignore your child. I never got that from reading this book. I understood them to say babies cry for different reasons, don't automatically assume it's hunger, and don't respond with a bottle or breast if hunger isn't what's bothering them. They also write of babies need to play and for companionship, and encourage you and other family members to fulfill these needs. If you want a book that helps you sleep through the night (which I believe is beneficial for baby and mom) by establishing a rather flexible routine, then Baby Wise is for you. If, however, you'd prefer to let your baby make all the demands, and are okay with an erratic schedule (and all the moodiness for baby, mom and dad) which can occur, then maybe this book is not for you.
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I am a registered nurse, certified childbirth educator, certified lactation consultant and most importantly a MOTHER. I have used this book and recommend it to many parents. I give it as a baby shower gift. The principle of scheduled feedings every 2-4 hours depending on infants age and needs regulates and stabilizes blood sugars, thereby decreasing irritability and fussiness in infants. Regular scheduled feedings insure against dehydration and malnutrition as opposed to irregularity of demand feeding. All babies in the NICU are placed on strict feeding schedules, how can this be good for them if it is supposedly dangerous for a healthy full-term newborn? The AAP for hundreds of years recommended feeding schedules for infants and now they want you to think its dangerous. There is nothing rigid or strict in a feeding schedule unless you make it that way. This book teaches parents to nurture and love their children and to respond to their needs/cries appropriately instead of giving the bottle/breast or pacifier immediately. It teaches parents to be more in tune with their babies individual needs. It teaches new parents to trust themselves , that they do know what is best for their child. This type of parenting is not for everyone. Some people can not fit schedules into their busy lifestyles, that's ok. Many will find this parenting style a great blessing.
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This book was recommended to me by a pregnant friend while I was pregnant with my second child. With memories of sleepless nights and hectic, unpredicatable days from my first, I was open-minded and interested based upon my friend's description of the book. As I read this book, a sick, sinking feeling grew inside my heart. How could anybody a treat a infant this way? This book should be called "parent-centered" or "parent convenience training." I got through the first book and was appalled. I had purchased the follow-up book at the same time I bought this one, so I opened it to even worse advice and horrible recommended treatment of children (like, if your toddler is not potty-trained by 18 mos. they should be required to clean themselves up if they soil themselves! ). This guy is nuts and as far as these people that inflict this treatment on their children: "never underestimate the power of denial."
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I wish I had read it before birth. I discovered this book and the importance of routine 6-7 weeks after giving birth and since starting a flexible 2 1/2 to 3h routine, I feel more relaxed, composed and so does my baby. He also now wakes and feeds at more predictable times during the day and at night. Also, he only wakes up twice at night for feeding instead if 3 times and hopefully will soon sleep through!
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I have just finished reading this book. My first child is not due for another several months, so I have no working knowledge of the method. Like all the reading I have done so far, I am taking the advice with a grain of salt. However, I am very surprised to read several reviews attacking the book and the author for things I feel the book does not advocate in the first place. Not once did I ever get the impression that the idea is to ignore your child! The idea is to EVALUATE the nature of the distress before automatically offering the breast or the bottle. Appropriate response rather than automatic response is the idea. As for Failure to Thrive, several, several times the author recommends checking your baby's growth and development against the norm and proceeding accordingly. For a parent to do otherwise with any method would be ignorant and neglectful.
I had to LAUGH when I read the review claiming that the author says that babies are evil and manipulative! What? Where? The same reviewer sited studies in which infant monkees were left untouched in cages and hence died. While it is very true that neglect causes failure to thrive and serious developmental problems, I fail to see this fact's relevence to the book in question. The book frequently refers to parental cuddle time and even -gasp- recommends comforting your child when he cries. I'm not sure everyone is reading the same book! Or reading at all.
Lastly, I never had one impression or another about the author's religion. Living in the belt-buckle of the Bible Belt, I am warry of the Christian Right and other extreme religious groups. Not once did I feel uncomfortable or preached to. How could I, there was no sermon! Though I defend the book on these points, I have yet to be in a postition to review the method.
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