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Tresillian Sleep Book (2018)

Description:  288 p
ISBN/ISSN: 9781460709450,
Language:  English

Gentle, expert advice for tired parents of babies and toddlers from Australia's largest and most trusted parent-support group. Tresillian helps thousands of Aussie parents with their babies' sleep issues every year. Their gentle settling methods are informed by expert knowledge and deep experience.This book covers sleep and settling from birth to twenty-four months, sharing simple ways to help your baby establish sleep cycles and support your baby's changing sleep needs as they grow, while offering guidance and solutions for the sleep problems that parents of 0-2 year olds struggle with. It includes: , ∗Establishing day and night routines and the role of circadian rhythms , ∗How to create the best sleep environment for your baby , ∗Why babies cry and strategies to cope , ∗How babies 'talk' to you , ∗The development stages and sleep - from newborns to toddlers , ∗Helping your baby learn to settle and resettle themselves , ∗Premmies, twins and sibling issues , ∗Getting back on track after discruptions, from illness, night terrors and early wakers to disrupted routines and travelling. With plenty of stories from parents who share what worked for them, this comprehensive guide will help babies - and their parents - get those much-needed zzz

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Mode of access: World Wide Web

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