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I read it twice before my daughter was born and again once she had arrived - I admit in the early weeks I threw the book across the room a couple of times in frustration & tiredness! But I followed the advice - suddenly at 7 weeks old Emily did her "Core" night - down at 10pm and she didn't wake until 5.30am. I couldn't believe it and neither could my body - I was breast feeding at the time!
We did get caught out trying to keep Emily up for her 10pm feed as she would feed at 7pm and then be screaming again by 8pm, friends said it was colic but I searched the book again and realised she did want another feed even though she had just finished and then to go to bed please!
Bedtime just got earlier and earlier until finally Emily was saying; "Bedtime is 7pm Mum!". By 10 weeks Emily was going to bed at 7pm and waking at 7am - Thank you Beatrice and Lucy! My husband & I returned to eating and talking together of an evening and my daughter (who is now 1) actually says "Ba, Ba" when she has finished her milk and is ready to be put in her cot!
She sleeps for England day and night and I have no doubt that she is such a happy and contented child because she gets plenty of sleep and is confident to go to sleep all by herself.
Of course we have had some nightime interruptions with teeth/illness and it would be easy to give her a feed to get her back to sleep - but she knows and we know, that she is only fed when she's hungry!Read more ›
However, you have a limited window of opportunity to make this work. I think if your baby is already over 8/10 weeks old you are probably getting into the realms of having missed the window, therefore it is possibly not worth reading the book.
Also, I have been accused of 'forcing' my baby to sleep through using this book. This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard! How on earth anyone would go about 'forcing' a baby to go to sleep and stay asleep when they don't want to is beyond me. This is simply about creating the right conditions for your baby to sleep as he/she wants to do. There is absolutely nothing cruel about it.
I personally feel "Cry" method is cruel. As baby is left in cot to cry .. come on he is just a baby he doesn't know what he supposed to do when the parents left him alone in dark room. how will he understand... are you expecting him to be so intelligent as an adult.
This book offers you to console your baby and tell him what he supposed to do in controlled crying. As if a baby daily gets a loly then one day you dont give because its a bad habit but leave the child cry is not good but you can console him and show him the other things than loly.. in the way child dont get distress and get to know that there are other things available than loly .. and happily settles.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really please with this book, makes sense and has handy tips and coping mechanisms. If you can read this before baby arrives you'll be more prepared.Published on 25 Feb. 2014 by Jen Caskey
Explains how babies sleep, giving me an invaluable insight into why my baby does certain things. It's enabled me to understand my babies sleep behaviour so I can modify my... Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2014 by Cookie
Two girls, one is six and one is 19 months. Both have slept very well since they were only a few weeks old. Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2014 by Amazon Customer
Really great book in good condition. Would recommend to any parents to be as it has really useful info about sleep and how to get some!Published on 28 Sept. 2013 by Cwats
Highly recommended book with no nonsense approach. A must for all new mums to be and parents looking for a sleepful night !Published on 7 Aug. 2013 by elaine little
i found this book very good. i had bought another couple of books on babies sleeping but found this to be the most practical, realistic and manageable as far as learning to get... Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2013 by AvBo14
This was a great book to read. Not only to the point (and common sense!) but gives you the confidence to believe in your baby. Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2013 by bookworm
It's a thought provoking book. For example the statement "if you don't believe your baby will sleep through the night he won't" doesn't sound like a revelation but it gave me... Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2011 by Sky Hi
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