There often comes a point in the newborn stage, and early months of having your little one home, where you might lose hope that peaceful sleep will ever be a thing again. If you are a new parent suffering from sleep deprivation and running on fumes because of the constant night wakings, then you need to find a solution – and you need one now. Or maybe you are about to become a first-time parent and are in a panic because you don’t want to be one of those parents who are miserable for the first year of your baby’s life because sleep is just nonexistent. Whether you are in the midst of the bedtime battles or want to better prepare to avoid the battle altogether, this book has the solutions you are looking for. We won’t just tell you how to get your baby to sleep. This book provides you with effective tools and techniques that TEACH your baby how to sleep independently with little to no tears. In this book you will discover:♦The true nature of newborn and young baby sleep.♦How to prepare and overcome common newborn sleep issues. ♦What internal and external factors impact sleep. ♦How to create a nurturing sleep coaching plan to align your baby’s sleep pattern with your family’s needs. This isn’t just your typical baby sleep book. You won’t just be given one method and hope it works. Instead, you will gain valuable knowledge about your baby’s own personal sleep patterns and how to get your baby to sleep faster and keep them asleep longer. This book addresses the most common sleep issues parents face from day one, up until five years of age. After reading this book you will feel confident in your ability to help coach your baby to sleep better on their own. You will be one of the lucky parents that you used to envy who can proudly and joyfully say, “My little one is a sleeping master.” If you are ready to ditch the sleepless nights and don’t want to waste time on a sleep training approach that may or may not work for you, then you’ll want to get started on reading this book!
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Ruth Thunder an author with more than 20 years of experience in the field of sleep improvement for babies. She lives with her husband and their three sons.With children of her own, Ruth has had plenty of practice when it comes to their care and along with her working life it has provided a broad understanding and an ability to deal with the most complex cases. With this experience, Ruth decided to write her first book on the subject. Concentrating on the causes of poor sleep in new-born babies and the mistakes of new parents, Ruth offers practical advice that is centred around individual babies and their needs. It is this blend of traditional and new methods that provides the best results.In her free time, Ruth spends much of it with her family. She also does research into the latest ideas and enjoys keeping herself fit and eating well.