Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques - Alternatives to Controlled Crying

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As a parent, what do you do if you are suffering sleepless nights but don't want to let your baby cry it out? Most families are left just trying to weather the storm. Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques: Alternatives to Controlled Crying offers families a new approach. The book provides effective options for helping parents teach their babies to happily settle to sleep on their own and sleep through the night – without leaving them to cry alone. Mother-of-two, Rebecca Welton, knows all about sleepless nights. At five months, her youngest was still waking 8 to 10 times a night. With little information available to help, Rebecca set about devising a settling technique that worked for her baby and her family. Now qualified child sleep practitioner, she has brought together the best tips on how to get your baby to sleep better and for longer. Rebecca delivers five different Trust Techniques, including one for co-sleepers, that build on the trust between you and your baby by ensuring that you always respond to their needs and never leave them to cry alone.Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques: Alternatives to Controlled Crying also covers:The effects a sleepless baby has on other members of the family, especially older siblings, and provides strategies for dealing with the problems this can cause.Ways of coping with sleep deprivation.What parents say"This book changed my life. We used the Peekaboo Baby technique along with some of the tips and after 5 days Lucas slept through - for the first time in 10 months! The difference it has made to our family is amazing - Rebecca Welton thank you so much."Poppy, mum to Lucas (aged 10 months)."Totally awesome book! Love the fact that the author really knows what she is talking about as she's been through it herself and the chapter on coping with sleep deprivation really helped me. Pixie was still feeding 3 to 4 times at night but now sleeps through 7pm to 7am."Jess, mum to Pixie (aged 8 and 1/2 months) and Jordan (aged 4)."This book helped our family through a very difficult time. Jack needed to be rocked to sleep at nap times and bedtime, but it was taking longer and longer to get him to sleep, sometimes up to 45 minutes. We also have a toddler so it was becoming impossible to rock Jack while looking after Joshua too. We followed the advice in this book and two weeks later, we could put Jack in his cot and he would settle himself to sleep while we played with Joshua. Thank you."Lyla and John, parents to Jack (aged 6 months) and Joshua (aged 2 and 1/2).About the AuthorRebecca Welton is mother to two young children, both of whom settle to sleep happily on their own and sleep through the night. She runs a sleep clinic as well as a support group for sleep-deprived parents in Southampton, England, and is a qualified child sleep practitioner.In this book:Chapter 1: Introduction - Why not use controlled crying and crying it out? - So what is a Trust Technique? - How to use this bookChapter 2: Safe SleepingChapter 3: Sleeping like a baby - Understanding the different stages of babies’ sleep - If your baby is under 5 months old - Babies over 5 months - My Twelve Top TipsChapter 4: The Trust Techniques - About the Trust Techniques - What if you are too exhausted to try a Trust Technique? - Trust Technique One: Gently Does it - Trust Technique Two: The Waiting Game - Trust Technique Three: The Walking Game - Trust Technique Four: Peekaboo Baby - Trust Technique Five: Playing Dumb (for co-sleepers)Chapter 5: Co-SleepersChapter 6: SiblingsChapter 7: Getting through the dark times - How to cope with sleep-deprivationChapter 8: And Finally …Further Resources

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Expired Deals Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques - Alternatives to Controlled Crying As a parent, what do you do if you are suffering sleepless nights but don't want to let your baby cry it out? Most families are left just trying to weather the storm. Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques: Alternatives to Controlled Crying offers families a new approach. The book provides effective options for helping parents teach their babies to happily settle to sleep on their own and sleep through the night – without leaving them to cry alone. Mother-of-two, Rebecca Welton, knows all about sleepless nights. At five months, her youngest was still waking 8 to 10 times a night. With little information available to help, Rebecca set about devising a settling technique that worked for her baby and her family. Now qualified child sleep practitioner, she has brought together the best tips on how to get your baby to sleep better and for longer. Rebecca delivers five different Trust Techniques, including one for co-sleepers, that build on the trust between you and your baby by ensuring that you always respond to their needs and never leave them to cry alone.Baby Sleeping Trust Techniques: Alternatives to Controlled Crying also covers:The effects a sleepless baby has on other members of the family, especially older siblings, and provides strategies for dealing with the problems this can cause.Ways of coping with sleep deprivation.What parents say"This book changed my life. We used the Peekaboo Baby technique along with some of the tips and after 5 days Lucas slept through - for the first time in 10 months! The difference it has made to our family is amazing - Rebecca Welton thank you so much."Poppy, mum to Lucas (aged 10 months)."Totally awesome book! Love the fact that the author really knows what she is talking about as she's been through it herself and the chapter on coping with sleep deprivation really helped me. Pixie was still feeding 3 to 4 times at night but now sleeps through 7pm to 7am."Jess, mum to Pixie (aged 8 and 1/2 months) and Jordan (aged 4)."This book helped our family through a very difficult time. Jack needed to be rocked to sleep at nap times and bedtime, but it was taking longer and longer to get him to sleep, sometimes up to 45 minutes. We also have a toddler so it was becoming impossible to rock Jack while looking after Joshua too. We followed the advice in this book and two weeks later, we could put Jack in his cot and he would settle himself to sleep while we played with Joshua. Thank you."Lyla and John, parents to Jack (aged 6 months) and Joshua (aged 2 and 1/2).About the AuthorRebecca Welton is mother to two young children, both of whom settle to sleep happily on their own and sleep through the night. She runs a sleep clinic as well as a support group for sleep-deprived parents in Southampton, England, and is a qualified child sleep practitioner.In this book:Chapter 1: Introduction - Why not use controlled crying and crying it out? - So what is a Trust Technique? - How to use this bookChapter 2: Safe SleepingChapter 3: Sleeping like a baby - Understanding the different stages of babies’ sleep - If your baby is under 5 months old - Babies over 5 months - My Twelve Top TipsChapter 4: The Trust Techniques - About the Trust Techniques - What if you are too exhausted to try a Trust Technique? - Trust Technique One: Gently Does it - Trust Technique Two: The Waiting Game - Trust Technique Three: The Walking Game - Trust Technique Four: Peekaboo Baby - Trust Technique Five: Playing Dumb (for co-sleepers)Chapter 5: Co-SleepersChapter 6: SiblingsChapter 7: Getting through the dark times - How to cope with sleep-deprivationChapter 8: And Finally …Further Resources http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51K0-fv1vaL._SL160_.jpg
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