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  • By: Stacy Miller
  • Narrated by: Kelli Winkler
  • Length: 1 hr and 52 mins
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Toddler Sleep Training: Proven Methods to Train Your Toddler without Getting Frustrated

By: Stacy Miller
Narrated by: Kelli Winkler
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Summary

Is bedtime a constant struggle with your toddler? Do they have trouble falling asleep or often wake in the middle of the night? Are you exhausted from sleepless nights of your own trying to keep up with them?

You are not alone. At least 27 percent of all children suffer from sleep issues. Whether the issue is nightmares, restlessness, or young children testing boundaries, these problems affect millions of households across the country. Lack of sleep doesn’t just affect your child at bedtime; it brings stress, exhaustion, and frustration during the daytime hours as well.

The child that sleeps independently and happily in their own bed is a secure child. Get back to basics with this guide to toddler bedtime troubles and how to solve them. Using child psychology and gentle, science-backed parenting techniques, this audiobook will provide you with everything necessary to teach your child how to sleep on their own. With the simple, proven methods in this audiobook, you will learn:

  • When naps are most useful and how to schedule them effectively
  • How independent sleeping can help ease toddler frustration and impatience
  • How to handle night terrors and sleepwalking
  • Why setting schedules and sticking to them is important for your child
  • When co-sleeping is beneficial
  • And much more!

Even if you find yourself waking two or three times a night with a fussy toddler, you can learn the secrets to bedtime.

Combining parental experience and expert research, this audiobook can help any exhausted parent manage their child’s sleep issues safely and easily. Are you ready for a good night’s sleep for yourself and your child? Get this audiobook now!

©2019 Stacy Miller (P)2019 LacoBiz

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  • Sofia Sanchez
  • 06-04-21

Not a sleep training book

yes, it does cover sleep, but talks about routines and dealing with sleep issues, this is not a "how to get your toddler to sleep" book, so if you are looking for that (as I was), this will not work for you

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-04-20

Very little helpful info

Very little information on what to actually DO when my toddler wakes up several times during the night.
To 'be in the room' as the author suggests doesn't work, it creates a situation where my child can't sleep without me being present. So I spent the last two nights sitting in his room while he's trying to go back to sleep (cos the book says so) but he just gets up from his toddler bed and walks over, the book only talks about toddlers being in their cribs, toddlers as far as i know can easily climb out of cribs and mainly sleep in toddler beds. This book gives more info on diet, me-time, differences between girls and boys and getting the child to go to bed vs sleeping through.

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  • kcrow
  • 26-10-22

Information is not helpful

Nothing of real use in this book. Shallow surface level information that leaves more questions than answers.