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    "Your Sleepless Baby: The Rescue Guide" by Rowena Bennett.
    This book describes various reasons and solutions to infant sleep problems. The information is presented in a way that enables parents to better understand their baby's sleep needs and a parent's role in supporting their baby's sleep. Included is a range of effective settling options to match different parenting styles and family circumstances.

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    Please pick me. Dd2 is 18 months. I know, a bit older. But she doesn't sleep through, can't self settle, Co sleeps against my will and I just need asleep.

    Please pick me, address is correct.

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    Anyone else interested?

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    Me please. My 6 month old dd is a terrible sleeper. Wakes hourly over night and only sleeps in 20 minute blocks during the day. I'm exhausted.

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    I am very interested!

    DD is 19 mo and is an awful sleeper!! She just doesn't seem to be able to self settle, I still bf her to sleep and she can wake countless times at night and gets up at the crack of dawn. Its frustrating and so tiring as well.

    I stil have to give her a bf at night as if I don't she will cry and cry and cry until I do...and this can last for over 2 hours.

    So if I can get some tips it would be awesome!!

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    Yes me too!! My 2 y.o has had a massive sleep regression lately and I would love som help to get her back to sleeping through again!!
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    My son has never slept through the night.We went to a sleep school for one week and it didn't work at all. Bedtime routine is like a 2 hour job everyday with us patting him to sleep and stay with him until he is totally asleep. Another bub is due in 3 weeks and I don't think we can deal with 2 sleepless children. Would love to get some tips from the book.

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    Yes, my god daughter is 19 months and no matter what we do, she never sleeps through the night. She seems to get night terrors too :-(

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    Pick me!!!

    After having a relatively easy time with DS1, I am struggling to get DS2 to sleep at night. He's 6 weeks old and I am willing to try almost anything to help him (and me) get some sleep!!!

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    Yes please! My 5.5 month old is not a terrible sleeper but has definite room for improvement. Baby sleep is my favourite topic - I would love to read this book


 

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