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The Sleepeasy Solution: The Exhausted Parent's Guide to Getting Your Child to Sleep from Birth to Age 5 Paperback – Apr 1 2007

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 314 pages
  • Publisher: HCI; 1 edition (April 1 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0757305601
  • ISBN-13: 978-0757305603
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.8 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 386 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,561 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"This approach was truly amazing in helping our family to thrive. . . . We are eternally grateful!" ---Ben Stiller and wife, Christine Taylor --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

About the Author

Jennifer Waldburger, LCSW, is a trained psychotherapist and partner of Sleepy Planet, the preeminent parenting/sleep company in LA. She is a former writer and editor for Town & Country, Redbook, Good Housekeeping and Harper's Bazaar.

Jill Spivack, LMSW, is a psychotherapist who worked as a pediatric sleep consultant who co-founded Sleepy Planet, Inc., in 1999. The two offer private sleep consultations for celebrity clients and others, standing-room only workshops and regular keynotes at Baby Expos with audiences of over 300. They have appeared on the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, Inside Edition (feature piece) as well as in The Wall Street Journal and Fit Pregnancy.

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A little background, before I write my review. My son is now almost 5 months old, and he actually started sleeping through the night (STTN) when he was 8 weeks old. If he wasn't STTN, he was only waking up once. Then he turned 3 months old, and all his good sleep habits went down the drain. After 5+ weeks of waking up and nursing my son every 1.5 - 3 hours during the night...I'd had enough! A friend recommended this book to me, and I'll be forever grateful to her that she did! I had to wait until my son was about 4 months and 1 week old to start this as he was just shy of 14 lbs and was learning to roll over.

We started his sleep learning and the first night wasn't too bad. He only woke up twice and settled himself in 18 minutes the first time, and 50 minutes the second time. We started teaching him how to nap better the next day, as the book recommends, and he went down without a fuss all day. The second night was HORRIBLE. I would be prepared to have at least one horrible night within the first 1-5 nights of sleep learning. He screamed and cried for an hour twice. :( BUT, I had my book handy and kept repeating to myself in my head "consistency is the key - stick with it! What you were doing before wasn't working!!" I'm really glad that I did, because by night #5 my son was STTN again!

I really like how the authors explain how development and hitting milestones can affect their sleep. My son was in the process of learning how to roll over - and he was trying to practice it in his sleep. I gave him a good 10 days once he learned his new skill and then started the process. Unfortunately, my son got a bit of a head cold a week into our sleep learning, so we had to put it on hiatus.
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Well written and great information to help through the sleep training process. It's worked wonders on my little guy, sleeps 11-12 hours straight and 2-3 hour naps twice a day starting at 6 months old!
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I was really excited for this book. I had told myself that after 5 months of co-sleeping it was time to get my baby in her crib. I think the book gave me much higher hopes than what was realistic for our family. We followed the instructions word for word and ended up with a baby who screamed out of hunger for hours in the middle of the night. I am ashamed that I even let it go on for so long. The trouble was that the book instructs you to time out their 'dream feeds' and that if baby wakes up before the feed you should wait until they go back to sleep for 10-15 minutes before you feed them. When my daughter woke up before her feed I went completely against every instinct I had and let her cry hysterically for 2 hours before I couldn't take it anymore and fed her. She still goes to sleep on her own at bedtime now, so for that I will say that this book is okay, but I really don't think that CIO should be used for night-weaning or that many babies as young as 5 months are ready to be night weaned. I now feed her when she wakes up and will slowly decrease the amount of time in which she is fed to attempt to have her night weaned later in her life.
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This book is the perfect balance of crying it out and still being a loving parent. I know I wasn't sure I could do the crying out method but the step by step plan really eases you both into the routine and is less painful then other programs out there. At the end of the day, I'm a much better for her when I have had sleep. Within 3 days she was sleeping soundly throughout the night and naps during the day. Without hesitation I recommend this book!
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Holy cow is this ever an amazing book! A bit of a background on our situation: my 4 month old had been sleeping in a swing, swaddled with white noise and in our room for most naps and through the night. Every time I had tried to put her in her crib or a bassinet in our room she would wake up and I would pick her up and feed her to sleep. I would end up just putting her in the swing or have her sleep with me in my bed despite my inability to sleep. She would often wake up if I moved at all. She had only done a few stretches of 3-6 hours in her 4 month life and the third month was the worst (likely due to sleep regression right after a growth spurt). I was exhausted to say the least. I never saw my husband who would get home from work as we were going to bed. I would always go to bed with her at 730 just to try to catch a few hours of solid sleep. After every stretch of sleep she would be up every 45 minutes to 2 hours. I had a hard time thinking about doing an extinction method cry it out and couldn't fathom the time a no cry method would take to work as I was already so exhausted. I found the reviews for this book and thought I would give it a try. What a life saver! On the first night I put her in an unswaddled sleep sack and put white noise on.I did my usual routine in her room and dimmed the lights for it. She cried for 2 minutes when I put her down awake then fell asleep. I was amazed! She woke an hour after but soothed herself to sleep. I dreamfed her 3 hours later. She woke up every hour after that, squawked for a minute then was back asleep. It was rough but I was amazed she put herself to sleep. I changed the order the next night so that nursing would not be the last thing I did with her so she would not fall asleep.Read more ›
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