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How to Make Your Baby Sleep
- Narrated by: Liz Krane
- Length: 1 hr and 29 mins
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Congratulations! Be prepared, be aware, and be happy.
Raising a baby is no child’s play. Right from taking care of the baby’s food needs to ensuring you all get a good night’s sleep, new parents have their work cut out for them even before the baby arrives in the world.
It is vital for new parents to be proactive and prepare themselves for the journey into parenthood. They must plan everything out in such a way that allows them to enjoy every minute of the journey and experience immense joy. Whether you are just days away from giving birth or have already welcomed your newborn into your lives, this audiobook will serve as your sleep-training guide.
The audiobook has been designed to teach you how you can take care of your baby’s needs and ensure your baby gets enough sleep during the growing years. Sleep remains an important aspect of baby’s growth and development, and this audiobook will guide you through the process.
Preview of what you'll learn:
- The importance of sleep and getting started
- Sleep basics and setting up the room
- Good sleeping habits from the beginning
- Understanding the baby’s psychology
- Myths and misconceptions concerning sleep training
- Nightmares and sleepwalking
- Dealing with travel
- Much, much more!
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- W. H.
Got this on sale for a couple bucks and thought I'd give it a try (most sleep deprived parents are willing to give anything a try). Audible's reputation dropped a couple notches as far as I'm concerned -- I can't believe they were willing to sell this garbage . I get the impression this might have been written in a different language for a very different culture; and maybe something got lost in translation. One thing is apparent: the author is not an expert in baby sleep, and does not have any advice to offer above common sense.
Get the "The Happy Sleeper" instead. Well worth the credit.