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Re: Sleep Consultant recommendations?

Hi AnnieShine,

I know you said you've read many books...but if you have some strength left I suggests the following: "The no-cry sleep solution"


It gave me many ideas that I found useful and at the same time it explained some sleep facts.

Here is also the link of the author with some Q&A


In general, be prepared to hear very different opinions on the "baby sleeping issue". All with arguments/facts etc etc...Try to find the one that suits you and your family best.

Like it was mentioned also earlier, for me it was very helpful to have low expectations regarding sleep....keeping also in mind that kids grow fast...And I see this with my 3 years old girl. It looks ages ago when she was waking during the night...
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