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    Default Save our sleep by tizzie hall

    Has anybody used this baby sleep guide? Any other books I could read or recommendations? First time mummy to be

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    I do not like her at all (plenty of threads around here show why...)

    I recommend Pinky McKay, she is awesome and helped me understand NORMAL baby behaviour

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    Yep I have used her book. It then took me 3 months to undo the damage that stupid book did. It did however teach him how to scream really loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Summer View Post
    Has anybody used this baby sleep guide? Any other books I could read or recommendations? First time mummy to be
    Unfortunately TH isn't really a 'guide'. It's a very regiment, unrealistic routine that has the possibility to cause distress to both mother and baby.
    I'd suggest Pinky Mckay a well.

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    I think it's best to wait and see what your baby is like.

    SOS recommends letting your 2 week old baby cry while you make a cup of tea and relax and drink it. How anybody can let their newborn baby cry themselves to sleep is beyond me. Disgusting.

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    Not a fan of tizzie hall or save our sleep.

    I like anything by pinky mackay.

    'No cry sleep solution' for sleep related issues.

    Or go to your local library, grab a handful of books on topics your interested in, flick through them, find the one(s) that align with your values and your baby and go with those.

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    Yep I read it and thought it was a load of trash and didn't even bother implementing anything from it.

    My baby was about 3 and a half maybe 4 months and slept from 6:30-6:00 without her silliness.

    Works for some people though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I think it's best to wait and see what your baby is like.

    SOS recommends letting your 2 week old baby cry while you make a cup of tea and relax and drink it. How anybody can let their newborn baby cry is beyond me. Disgusting.
    2.week.old. It gives me shivers down my spine just thinking about it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    2.week.old. It gives me shivers down my spine just thinking about it...
    I know. Makes me so sad

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    She is not a nice lady and I don't like her.

    Pinky McKay is a very nice lady. I want her to be my mum haha

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