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there are few good tips that I found useful. only a few days in and some changes have already happened at my house. I appreciated that older babies were mentioned and also experienced some degrees of success. This is really just a bunch of tips and the reminder that keeping a log gives insight and makes small and large improvements noticeable. If you are not breastfeeding or cosleeping I think that you may find the promotion of breastfeeding and co-sleeping to be condescending for those who are not. since we're doing both this book was not annoying in that way for me. but I can see that it would be for others. this does not offer any short-term, Quick Fix solution. I am seeing small results already though.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
This is a dreadful rant full of propaganda and starting with a bunch of legal caveats protecting her from lawsuits. For good reason, as the book itself is like listening to your know-it-all second cousin who is happy to tell you how to sleep train your child because she caught you looking tired with your baby at a family function.
If you are looking for an unscientific rant based on email testimonials, the author's husband's opinion, and lots of uneducated advice from anyone the author could find to argue for her point of view - THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU!
If you are actually interested in learning techniques to help your baby sleep based on an actual Doctor - IT IS NOT.
If you aren't sure what's best for you and your baby and want some scientific information delivered in a non-judgmental format that's an easy read/listen, read Brain Rules for Baby by John Medina.
If you want to learn the Sears method for sleep training, just read the Dr Sears books. Don't waste your money on this.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful