Why your baby's sleep matters / Sarah Ockwell-Smith.Material type: BookSeries: Why it matters (Pinter & Martin (Firm)): 1.Publisher: London : Pinter & Martin Ltd, 2016Description: 160 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781780665450; 1780665458.Subject(s): Infants -- SleepDDC classification: 649.122 Summary: "Parenting at night is as important as parenting during daylight hours, yet when our children wake up at night we often label this a sleep 'problem'"--Back cover.
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Research shows that normal infant sleep is not what most experts claim it to be. In fact, many of today s sleep problems with young babies and children predominantly occur in the developed world. In Why Your Baby s Sleep Matters, renowned gentle parenting expert Sarah Ockwell-Smith demonstrates how nurturing babies at night helps their brain development, and covers the topics every parent of a new baby will need to know about, including naps, SIDS, night weaning, coping with your own exhaustion and even dealing with advice and criticism from others."
Includes bibliographical notes and index.
"Parenting at night is as important as parenting during daylight hours, yet when our children wake up at night we often label this a sleep 'problem'"--Back cover.
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