Sleep training for babies is vital, especially for new parents. This is why we compiled tips from various sources on the web.
While some babies fall into a sleep schedule easily, this is not the norm. These videos, books, and suggestions from other parents will help you ease your baby into a sleep schedule.
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If you’re watching this video, you can probably relate to this parody, “Mommy Just Wants to Sleep”: https://youtu.be/qdVUHSMp7Ow For the first six month’s of Kennedy’s life, we co-slept with her. That eventually turned into full on bed sharing, and, while there were elements we enjoyed, we made the decision that, ultimately, everyone would benefit from her being in her own crib. We began sleep training, and eventually used a modified Ferber method to help teach her how to sleep on her own. We tried other “gentler” methods, but found that they didn’t meet the needs of our family. We learned a lot through the process, and I thought I would share our experience sleep training after co-sleeping. Have you ever done sleep training? What was your experience like? Blog post mentioned: http://bit.ly/1vYpLQ9 Please remember to be civil in the comments. I know things like sleep training tend to be controversial, but we’re all just trying to make the best decisions for our families, and each family is different. What works for one family is not guaranteed to work for another family. Don’t forget to share this video and give it a thumbs up if you liked it! Thanks for watching and subscribing!! Not a subscriber yet? Become one here: http://bit.ly/1eOC2Bg Find me around the interwebs: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themommyarchives Instagram: themommyarchives Twitter: https://twitter.com/mommyarchives Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/mommyarchives/ Email: email@example.com Sign up for Zulily: http://bit.ly/1dhYuRz Get cash back from online purchases with Ebates: http://bit.ly/1grgCYf Save 20% on your first diapers.com purchase of $35+ with coupon code: JEER7884 *Referral/Affiliate links may be used in description boxes. Linking to products makes items that I mention easier for you to find, and I may make a small commission if you purchase a product through one of my links. Rest assured, I never recommend products or brands that I myself do not love and use. Thank you for your support!*
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Stress, Cortisol, and getting your baby to sleep – Does sleep training teach your baby “learned helplessness”?
This blog post is a response to Catholic psychologist and blogger Dr. Greg Popcak. Dr. Popcak recently wrote a blog post for Patheos comparing infant sleep training to learned helplessness, and pulled in Theology of the Body to support his claim that “‘It is not good for man to be alone,’ especially infants.” As a Catholic mother and an academic pediatrician, I disagree with his position on infant sleep training. In general, however, I love Dr. Popcak! We just seem to disagree on this issue…
A pediatrician outlines his program to help parents ensure a good night’s sleep for their children by working with their natural sleep cycles
Putting every child’s sleep difficulties to bed for good. Since all children are different, even experienced parents may encounter problems with a new baby or young child who has trouble sleeping. In this guide, you will discover how to deal with your baby’s changing sleep schedule, health issues that can affect a baby’s sleep, what to do about different types of crying, and more. * Includes advice for babies, toddlers, and beyond-all in a 2-color interior
A breakthrough approach for a good night’s sleep–with no tears There are two schools of thought for encouraging babies to sleep through the night: the hotly debated Ferber technique of letting the baby “cry it out,” or the grin-and-bear-it solution of getting up from dusk to dawn as often as necessary. If you don’t believe in letting your baby cry it out, but desperately want to sleep, there is now a third option, presented in Elizabeth Pantley’s sanity-saving book The No-Cry Sleep Solution. Pantley’s successful solution has been tested and proven effective by scores of mothers and their babies from across the United States, Canada, and Europe. Based on her research, Pantley’s guide provides you with effective strategies to overcoming naptime and nighttime problems. The No-Cry Sleep Solution offers clearly explained, step-by-step ideas that steer your little ones toward a good night’s sleep–all with no crying. Tips from The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Uncover the stumbling blocks that prevent baby from sleeping through the night Determine–and work with–baby’s biological sleep rhythms Create a customized, step-by-step plan to get baby to sleep through the night Use the Persistent Gentle Removal System to teach baby to fall asleep without breast-feeding, bottlefeeding, or using a pacifier