Since birth Jude has been a pretty good sleeper. I count us very blessed to have such an easy going little guy. However, there are always hard nights and seasons when your easy going baby has a hard time sleeping through the night.
When Jude was about 6 months old we moved him to his crib in his room which was a pretty smooth transition. But I wanted it to be easy for him and for us. So I did a bit of online research and came across Elizabeth Pantley’s book The No-Cry Sleep Solution. Right off the bat the title of the book was appealing. I checked my local library and found it available to check out. I read a few chapters and knew this was a book I needed to add to my mom book collection.
One of the great things about this books is that Pantley explains baby sleep patterns and why they need help from adults to learn how to sleep through the night. After a few nights using the methods Pantley suggests Jude was consistently sleeping through the night. That’s not to say he didn’t wake up occasionally with an upset stomach or teething, but on a regular basis I can honestly say he is a great sleeper. The No-Cry Sleep Solution provided me with the information that I needed to be a patient and knowledgeable mom.
About 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
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