A research-based guide to helping children do what comes naturally a sleep through the night. Many parents feel pressured to atraina babies and young children to sleep. Sometimes hours are spent rocking, singing, and coaxing. But kids donat need to be trained a theyare built to sleep. Over time, all that cajoling can have the opposite effect to what is desired. Problems can arise when parents (with the best of intentions) overhelp or ahelicopter parenta at night, overshadowing their babyas biological ability to sleep well. In The Happy Sleeper, child-sleep experts Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright show parents how to avoid and undo cumbersome sleep habits. They provide guidance on how to be sensitive and nurturing, but also structured, so that your baby or young child can develop the skills they need in order to: fall asleep independently sleep through the night take healthy naps acquire natural, optimal sleep patterns for day and night. Using these methods, parents can guide their children in learning how to soothe themselves to sleep a putting kids (and the whole family) on track to a full nightas sleep.In The Happy Sleeper, child-sleep experts Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright show parents how to avoid and undo cumbersome sleep habits.
|Title||:||The Happy Sleeper|
|Author||:||Julie Wright, Heather Turgeon|
|Publisher||:||Scribe Publications - 2015-01-05|