The Lull-A-Baby Sleep Guide (Part 3)
Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems: Helping Your Child Develop Good Sleep Practices
Baby sleep training is pretty much simple— it’s about getting your baby to sleep. But it does not, and will not, end there. After your baby has gone to dreamland, there are instances when he’ll wake up in the middle of the night, and then won’t go to sleep, no matter how much you beg for him to do it. Baby sleep training is getting your baby to sleep, and helping him stay asleep through the night.
Whether you are pregnant, a young parent or an experienced one who wants to resemble all the peculiarities of early motherhood, anyone will benefit and find something useful for him/herself.
Some babies will be able to develop a regular sleeping habit with little help. Others will have a difficult time. During those difficult times, you’ll need help. And this book will be your guidance.
Don’t worry, once your baby gets used to a certain routine, he’ll be able to stick to it. It is just a matter of starting it right,
When can you incorporate baby sleep training?
Newborn will typically have no problems getting sleep. All they will be doing day in and day out is sleep because they are still trying to adjust to the outside world. During these times, when the baby cries, be sure to be immediately at his side. This will help him develop trust, knowing that whenever something is wrong, someone will be there to tend to him.
You will find there more information about rituals, sleeping techniques, before sleeping games and a great deal of other useful secrets for young parents. The answers will be composed by me as a psychologist, not a mom, this time.