Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child / Your Fussy Baby

By | June 28, 2015

Peace of mind for parents from renowned pediatrician Marc Weissbluth, M.D. This must-have boxed set contains the trade paperback editions of Healthy Sleep Habits, Healthy Child, a step-by-step program for a good night’s sleep, and Your Fussy Baby, how to soothe your newborn.

Healthy Sleep Habits, Healthy Child
One of the country’s leading researchers updates his revolutionary approach to solving–and preventing–your children’s sleep problems. Dr. Weissbluth outlines proven strategies that ensure good, healthy sleep for every age. This distinguished pediatrician and father of four explains with authority and reassurance his step-by-step regime for instituting beneficial habits within the framework of your child’s natural sleep cycles.

Your Fussy Baby
If your new baby cries inconsolably for many hours a day, take heart. The soothing help you need is here.

Renowned pediatrician Dr. Marc Weissbluth knows firsthand how stressful life can be for a sensitive, fussy newborn–not to mention the child’s frantic, exhausted parents. With this reassuring, down-to-earth guidance, you can help your fretful, fussy newborn to become the sweet, happy baby he or she was meant to be.

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Oakland Mike "Mike" on 06/28/2015 at 01:53.

Life Changing! Fantastic book. Before we got this book, we tried several others. None gave us what we needed to deal with a very stubborn poor sleeping boy. Dr. Weissbluth gives you the information you need to have confidence implementing his methods. He treats the reader with respect, and provides useful information such as how much sleep a certain age child SHOULD be getting.In three days our son was taking two naps a day and sleeping for twelve hours at night. I have given this book to several friends and…

Bargain Savvy Mom on 06/28/2015 at 01:54.

Uses BOTH No-Cry and Self Soothing Techniques! I read MANY reviews before selecting a sleep book to read during my last trimester. I wasn’t sure if I would be of the no-cry camp or the let-them-cry-it-out side. This book actually answered the question for me!The author describes how a newborn, up to 4 months, should NEVER be allowed to just cry it out. They cry because they need something but they have not yet developed the ability to link a parental attention to crying and cannot play “games”. The author encourages parents to…

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