Baby Sleep Solutions for Exhausted Parents: Practical and Proven Methods For Getting Your Child To Nap and Sleep Peacefully Through the Night so They Are The Happiest Baby on the Block by Meredith McDow
Free Daily Books - November 18, 2014


You’re exhausted. You haven’t slept in what feels like years. Your new baby is crying….constantly.

Your husband just backed over the mailbox on the way to work because he’s so weary from lack of rest.

You’ve tried “everything” and nothing is working.

Does this sound like you? Are you so tired you don’t know whether you’re coming or going?
You love your new baby, but why won’t she sleep at least a few continuous hours at night?
Even napping in the afternoon is a fitful challenge. Rest assured, there is a way. There is help.

Baby Sleep Solutions for Exhausted Parents will help you get your child to nap AND sleep
through the night using practical and proven methods

I’m actually the least likely person to be writing a book like this as I’m not a doctor and I
don’t have a professional background. However, I do have a drive and determination to
share all I have learned through researching countless articles, books, and blogs, talking
with physicians, pediatricians, and several specialists in the field to bring you the tips and
techniques in this book. Not only that, I have successfully used many of these methods
while raising my own 3 children.

I have tried to cover a wide range of conditions and “what if” scenarios to give you the
best options available for helping you and your little one get the rest you need
and deserve. Please keep in mind that not every method will work for every child and
what worked for the first may not work for the second or third. The important thing to
remember is to keep adjusting the techniques you use as your child grows and learns.
You are sure to find many practical and proven tips in this handy guide, so jump right
in and start learning today so you can get your rest tonight.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…
Why is Sleep so Important?
Does Your Child Have A Sleep Problem?
Sleep Solutions and Strategies
Is Co-Sleeping A Good Idea
Coping with Colic, Crankiness and Crying
Teaching Your Baby the Art of Sleeping
Naps – Good or Bad?
Dealing with Travel and Other Interruptions in Routine
And much, much more!

There’s a learned “art” to sleeping. It’s not exactly innate from birth. Therefore,
we, as parents, must help our children to learn to sleep.

It’s true. We aren’t born knowing how to sleep. It’s something our bodies learn over
time. No, this book isn’t specifically about “sleep training.” It’s also not another one
of those “cry-it-out” books the market seems to be flooded with these days. It is,
however, packed full of the best practical and proven techniques known to man for
helping your little one get the sleep they need so you can get the rest you need.
Helping your child learn how to sleep is a gift to your child that will have long-lasting,
positive implications.

This book is a wonderful middle ground for those parents who do not want a
severe schedule (BabyWise) or the opposite end of the spectrum, attachment
parenting (Dr. Sears)

If you are an exhausted parent of a newborn, or even a parent-to-be, I wrote this
book just for you. I struggled getting my first child to sleep and nap consistently.
My husband and I were exhausted and at our wits end. I vowed if I ever found a
method, tip or trick that worked I would share it with every parent I knew so that
they could experience a good night’s rest. And that’s exactly what this book is, my
labor of love to help you get that rest you need and desire.

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