Many parents feel pressured to qtrainq babies and young children to sleep. But kids don't need to be trained to sleepathey're built to sleep. Sleep issues arise when parents (with the best of intentions) overhelp or qhelicopter parentq at nightaovershadowing their baby's innate biological ability to sleep well. In The Happy Sleeper, child sleep experts Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright show parents how to be sensitive and nurturing, but also clear and structured so that babies and young children develop the self-soothing skills they need in order to: - Fall asleep independently - Sleep through the night - Take healthy naps - Grow into natural, optimal sleep patterns for day and night The Happy Sleeper is a research-based guide to helping children do what comes naturallyasleep through the night.In other words, shea#39;sin between and wona#39;tconsistently take thelastnap, but she is fussy andtired because fewernaps are notquiteenough. Dona#39;t underestimate how ... How to know when your baby is ready to go from three to two naps: Baby is about 9 months old. Naps have gotten ... Whenshe does takeonenap, youcan moveyour babya#39;s bedtime30 minutes earlier ormore if she seems very tired. When firstanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Happy Sleeper|
|Author||:||Heather Turgeon MFT, Julie Wright MFT|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2014-12-26|