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Book review: The No Cry Sleep Solution

Book review: The No Cry Sleep Solution

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6 Comments

  1. I may just have to borrow but am feeling positive that this big turkey is going to be a sleeper

    • Oh I hope so Laura!

  2. I have a 13 month old boy that just wont sleep and getting worse! he is now waking at 1am and just will not sleep i am wondering is it our fault or would the sleep doctor help or WHAT. trying to work after no sleep is very tough and afraid it will slow down his development also?

    • Oh you poor thing Claire – that is so hard. We had a very difficult time with sleep around the same stage – turned out to be a mixture of separation anxiety and learning to walk. He would wake up in the middle of the night looking for cuddles and reassurance, or practicing his walking around the cot. Then as soon as he learned to walk, he just started sleeping. 

      I never used a sleep doctor, and don’t have any experience with them, so I had no idea if they would help or not. What worked for us was just taking it one day or night at a time, and gradually making small changes as suggested in the No Cry Sleep Solution book – and time helped too. I think eventually it wasn’t anything we did – rather Little Man outgrew his sleep issues. 

      And all that missed sleep doesn’t seem to have harmed his development – he’s now a bright little two year old, walking talking and up to mischief.

      If you’re worried, why not give your GP or PHN a shout? They might have some helpful advice. Hope you all start getting some sleep soon.

  3. I have a 13 month old boy that just wont sleep and getting worse! he is now waking at 1am and just will not sleep i am wondering is it our fault or would the sleep doctor help or WHAT. trying to work after no sleep is very tough and afraid it will slow down his development also?

    • Oh you poor thing Claire – that is so hard. We had a very difficult time with sleep around the same stage – turned out to be a mixture of separation anxiety and learning to walk. He would wake up in the middle of the night looking for cuddles and reassurance, or practicing his walking around the cot. Then as soon as he learned to walk, he just started sleeping. 

      I never used a sleep doctor, and don’t have any experience with them, so I had no idea if they would help or not. What worked for us was just taking it one day or night at a time, and gradually making small changes as suggested in the No Cry Sleep Solution book – and time helped too. I think eventually it wasn’t anything we did – rather Little Man outgrew his sleep issues. 

      And all that missed sleep doesn’t seem to have harmed his development – he’s now a bright little two year old, walking talking and up to mischief.

      If you’re worried, why not give your GP or PHN a shout? They might have some helpful advice. Hope you all start getting some sleep soon.

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