Most new parents expect to have sleepless nights, but are they as much an inevitable part of parenting as we expect? Rachel Waddilove shows that while broken nights are to be expected, babies can learn to sleep for longer stretches each night. This book draws not only on Rachel's own extensive experience in looking after babies and small children, but also on that of many other parents. What worked for them? What didn't? What resources are there out there, and how many are effective? Covering years 0-5, Rachel shows how to help your child develop a good sleeping pattern, and how to restore it, should it be disturbed for any reason. Night terrors, sleep-walking, and other common sleep-related issues are also covered.
Lion Hudson Plc
Pregnancy, birth & baby care
Quiet Nights for You and Your Child
Mind, Body & Spirit /
Family & Parenting