Save Our Sleep

Author: Tizzie Hall
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9780091929503
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Infants

Tizzie Hall is an international baby sleep expert who has been working with babies and their parents for over 15 years. Her customised sleep routines have helped thousands of restless babies sleep through the night, and now she shares the secrets of her success in this easy-to-use sleep guide, including: - Sleep routines from birth to introducing solids for breast- and bottle-fed babies - Teaching your baby to settle and resettle themselves - Solutions to sleep problems - Common questions and case studies from parents - How to overcome any breaks to the sleeping routine Packed full of useful information about feeding, weaning, common health concerns and special situations that can affect your baby's sleep pattern, Save Our Sleep is the must-have book for all parents who want to save their sleep.

Save Our Sleep Feeding

Author: Tizzie Hall
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.
ISBN: 9781743347621
Release Date: 2012-07-01
Genre: Family & Relationships

From Australia's bestselling parenting author, this is Tizzie Hall's guide to healthy and safe feeding for babies and toddlers From routine feeding or demand feeding, breastfeeding and bottle-feeding newborn babies through to weaning and healthy eating in toddlerhood, Save Our Sleep Feeding provides a wealth of new information specific to food and feeding for long-time Tizzie fans and new readers alike. The detailed advice in this book covers the following: - how feeding and sleep interact in routines - solutions for common behavioural and medical problems such as reflux, allergies and food refusal - advice on when it's safe to introduce different foods and how to encourage your child to be a life-long healthy eater - specific information and guidance for feeding twins and premature babies - a collection of delicious tried and tested recipes Save Our Sleep Feeding is an excellent resource for all parents of young children and the solution to having a thriving, healthy baby and calm and happy parents. Visit Tizzie's website at www.saveoursleep.com

Schlafen statt Schreien

Author: Elizabeth Pantley
Publisher: Georg Thieme Verlag
ISBN: 9783830480068
Release Date: 2014-03-26
Genre: Health & Fitness

Schreien-Lassen war gestern! Ihr Baby macht die Nacht zum Tag, und Sie gehen auf dem Zahnfleisch? Damit sind Sie nicht alleine - Ein- und Durchschlafprobleme ihres Babys sind für fast alle Eltern das Problem Nr. 1. Wunderbar klingen da die Versprechen der Methode des "kontrollierten Schreien-Lassens". Nur: Ihnen erscheint es grausam, dass sich Ihr Kind in den Schlaf weinen soll? Es geht auch sanft und liebevoll! Elizabeth Pantley, renommierte Familienberaterin und vierfache Mutter, hat für Sie eine Vielzahl von Strategien und Tipps zusammengestellt, denn oft führen schon Kleinigkeiten zum Erfolg. Der pragmatische Ansatz und der verständnisvolle, aufmunternde Stil der Autorin haben dieses Buch in kürzester Zeit zu einem internationalen Bestseller gemacht. Das individuelle Schlafprogramm - Mit vielen Checklisten und Schlafprotokollen (auch zum Download) finden Sie ganz einfach Ihren eigenen Weg. Denn jedes Kind ist anders. - Stellen Sie sich aus den vielen Tipps und Tricks zusammen, was Ihr Baby gerade braucht und was auch Ihnen guttut. So finden Sie zu ruhigen Nächten und Ihr Kind zu einem entspannten Schlaf.

Babywise Schlaf gut mein kleiner Schatz

Author: Gary Ezzo
Publisher: Gerth Medien
ISBN: 9783961220465
Release Date: 2014-06-06
Genre: Health & Fitness

Wie bekomme ich ein zufriedenes Baby, das nachts durchschläft? Wie schaffe ich es, als Mutter oder Vater nicht ständig erschöpft zu sein? Spätestens, wenn Eltern vollkommen übermüdet sind und das Gefühl haben, auch das Baby kommt nicht wirklich zur Ruhe, sind sie auf der Suche nach Rat. Und diesen Rat finden sie in der komplett überarbeiteten und aktualisierten Version dieses Bestsellers. Hier erhalten Eltern Anregungen, wie man einen guten Rhythmus zwischen Füttern und Schlafen etabliert. Sie bekommen Tipps zum Umgang mit Wachstumsschüben und den damit verbundenen Änderungen im Nahrungsbedürfnis des Kindes. Ferner erhalten Eltern ganz praktische Hilfen, um auf die sich ändernden Schlafbedürfnisse ihres Kindes besser eingehen zu können. Auch wird gezeigt, wie sie einen Tagesablauf strukturieren können, sodass Baby und Eltern zu einem entspannten Miteinander finden.

The Newborn Sleep Book

Author: Lewis Jassey
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780698147942
Release Date: 2014-08-05
Genre: Family & Relationships

Developed and refined by two successful pediatricians, the "Jassey Way" boasts more than a 90% success rate of getting children to sleep through the night in their first 4 weeks of life. A safe and proven technique, the Jassey Way uses a feeding schedule that allows newborns (and their parents) a full night's sleep at a younger age than other sleep training techniques.

Der Lauf der Liebe

Author: Alain de Botton
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 9783104035642
Release Date: 2016-08-25
Genre: Fiction

Ein fesselndes Plädoyer für das WAGNIS DER LIEBE. Am Anfang ist jede Liebe leicht. Wie aber geht es mit ihr weiter? Wie gelingt es, zu zweit das Glück zu finden? In seinem neuen Roman durchleuchtet Alain de Botton gnadenlos, aber einfühlsam die Liebesgeschichte von Rabih und Kirsten. Die Wahl der Ikea-Gläser, das Kennenlernen der Schwiegereltern, die Frage, ob die Butter tatsächlich im Kühlschrank stehen soll - all das gibt Anlass für die größten Dramen. Und so wie de Botton mit seinem berühmten Scharfblick erzählt, erkennen wir jene Strukturen der Liebe, die uns allen gleichermaßen Glück und Leid bereiten.

Oje ich wachse

Author: Hetty van de Rijt
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag
ISBN: 9783641205720
Release Date: 2016-09-29
Genre: Family & Relationships

Die acht großen Entwicklungssprünge in der geistigen und körperlichen Entwicklung eines Babys gehen mit viel Unruhe und Geschrei einher und bringen Eltern zuweilen an den Rand der Verzweiflung. Dieser Ratgeber zeigt, wie Eltern sich und ihren Kindern helfen können, die herausfordernde Zeit der ersten 14 Lebensmonate gut zu überstehen.

The Baby Sleep Book How to help your baby to sleep and have a restful night

Author: William Sears
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 9780007484973
Release Date: 2014-02-06
Genre: Family & Relationships

Drawing on considerable experience as both parents and professionals in the paediatric profession, the best-selling parenting experts Dr. William and Martha Sears have produced the definitive guide to the frequently fraught and troublesome topic of sleep.

Good Night Sleep Tight

Author: Kim West
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9780748118328
Release Date: 2010-05-06
Genre: Family & Relationships

Getting a young child to go to sleep and stay asleep is one of the most challenging aspects of parenting. Yet many parents resign themselves to enduring years of exhaustion. Now there is a sensible, smarter alternative, a no cry sleep method, that really works. Kim West, know to her clients as The Sleep Lady, has developed a practical, easy to follow and effective sleep training approach that is gentle on both parent and child. The Sleep Lady Method - including a gentle, practical, step-by-step programme called The Sleep Lady Shuffle - has worked for hundreds of families. Whether you want to start to gently shape your baby's sleep habits or address specific sleep problems, this book will give you the answers you need, the confidence to put them into action, and the good night's sleep you all deserve!

The Baby And Toddler Sleep Programme

Author: Pearce ,john With Jane Bidder
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9781446489475
Release Date: 2011-08-31
Genre: Family & Relationships

Did you know that it is perfectly normal for a baby from 0-6 months to wake up every 20 minutes - often to cry? Do you worry about upsetting your 2 year-old, who refuses to go to sleep without another story? Did you know that every child will experience night-time fears at a different age? Do you need guidance on how to negotiate bed-times, or wonder how to get your child to bed at all? Regular sleep patterns - for children and adults - are an essential key to managing the rest of our lives. The earlier in their lives that regular sleep can be established, the easier children will find it for the rest of their lives. Dr John Pearce demystifies the rituals of sleeping. He explains to hassled parents how natural sleep rhythms alter over time, what sort of behaviour is natural at various ages, when to use strict discipline, at what age to negotiate instead of dictate, when to turn a deaf ear to playing up and when to take note of the clear signs of illness, depressions, fear or anxiety. Full of clear guidlines for positive and constructive action - this book is a godsend for parents of children - from 0-4 and beyond.

The New Baby Toddler Sleep Programme

Author: John Pearce
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9781446489482
Release Date: 2011-08-31
Genre: Family & Relationships

If your child isn't sleeping through the night, the chances are neither are you. But help is at hand from one of Britain's leading child psychiatrists. Now fully updated, THE NEW BABY AND TODDLER SLEEP PROGRAMME takes the agony out of bedtime and explains how a calm and peaceful sleep routine is possible with any child from a very early age. Regular sleep patterns are an essential part of normal childhood development and the earlier in their lives that sleep can be 'sorted' the easier children will find the rest of their lives. THE NEW BABY AND TODDLER SLEEP PROGRAMME demysifies sleeping habits. It explains to hassled parents how sleep rythms alter over time, what sort of behaviour is natural at various ages, when to be strict and when to make allowances, when to turn deaf ears to tears - and how to recognise the important signs of illness, distress, fear or anxiety.

The Kidfixer Baby Book

Author: Dr. Stuart Altman
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 9780307417176
Release Date: 2007-12-18
Genre: Family & Relationships

IF BABIES CAME WITH A USER’S MANUAL–THIS WOULD BE IT! Here is a lifeline of reliable, reassuring information for those busy days and often sleepless nights from pregnancy through the first year. This trouble shooting, sanity-saving book covers more than five hundred topics–everything from allergies to zoster (commonly known as shingles)–and is filled with warm, comforting advice from an experienced pediatrician and father of two. Wondering about those little bumps or spots? Worried that your baby sleeps or eats too much (or too little)? Coping with colic? Concerned about teething? Confused about car seats, medications, vaccinations? Designed to console even the most stressed-out parents during the always challenging first twelve months, this essential guide includes • Guidelines for a healthy pregnancy (tip: limit fish and avoid peanut butter)–and what supplies to have on hand when baby arrives • Advice on choosing a pediatrician: three vital questions for the prenatal interview • The advantages (and disadvantages) of breast- and bottle-feeding, as well as time-tested tips on feeding schedules • Hints for getting through the night–and avoiding ineffective bedtime rituals, including the “Sneaky” and “Buddy” approaches • Crucial facts about shots, screening tests, and immunizations (yes, kids still do get whooping cough) • At-your-fingertips information on common illnesses, fevers, when to call the doctor, and what to do in an emergency • Special advice for working moms, single parents, adoptive parents, and parents of twins, triplets, and preemies Plus–handy checklists, growth charts, eye-catching diagrams, “Myths and Truths” about baby care, and Kidfixer FAQs–real questions from parents and Dr. Altman’s helpful advice From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Happy Sleeper

Author: Heather Turgeon MFT
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101632321
Release Date: 2014-12-26
Genre: Family & Relationships

Many parents feel pressured to "train" babies and young children to sleep. But kids don't need to be trained to sleep—they're built to sleep. Sleep issues arise when parents (with the best of intentions) overhelp or "helicopter parent" at night—overshadowing their baby's innate biological ability to sleep well. In The Happy Sleeper, child sleep experts Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright show parents how to be sensitive and nurturing, but also clear and structured so that babies and young children develop the self-soothing skills they need in order to: - Fall asleep independently - Sleep through the night - Take healthy naps - Grow into natural, optimal sleep patterns for day and night The Happy Sleeper is a research-based guide to helping children do what comes naturally—sleep through the night.

The Baby Sleeps Tonight

Author: Shari Mezrah
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402247828
Release Date: 2010-04-01
Genre: Family & Relationships

The Baby Sleeps Tonight offers a concise, pocket-sized guide packed with simple effective solutions that rely on a proven model of sleeping success. Sleep schedule specialist Shari Mezrah outlines quick and specific instructions to teach anyone, no matter how sleep deprived, how to create order and happiness in their household by getting baby to sleep through the night by nine weeks. The secret to the plan is the practical and progressive schedule that the author developed and has been teaching for over 10 years, and the easy to understand schedules, checklists, and helpful tips aimed at every stage of development for the first year and beyond. Planning for predictable happiness using The Baby Sleeps Tonight system helps new parents regain control over their lives, guiding them through the thorny problem of sleep schedules all the way from prebirth through the toddler years and ensuring that baby-and the whole family-sleeps tonight.

Where Children Fly

Author: Ann Stewart-Porter
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465329714
Release Date: 2008-07-28
Genre: Family & Relationships

Were you the one I saw at the mall with the T-shirt WHO ARE THESE KIDS AND WHY ARE THEY CALLING ME DADDY?! Youre a dad or mom or a cross juggler or a grandparent or a teacher. Youre looking at this book because you love a child or it just popped up. I wrote this book because I love children. I also wrote Where Children Fly because I wanted to be parentally inspiring. Everyone says parenting is so important, but many of us just pray we dont go insane trying to potty train or get through the teenage hormones. We hardly consider what we do as inspirational. So much of what we do in loving children is out of what we were given, not what we really want them to be. Parenting is a very overwhelming, demanding work of the heart. We finally feel weve got the knack of changing their diaper when those cute little mood swings begin. We manage to get them to school and we find the issues changing whether we are ready or not. After all, are we really all that grown up ourselves?! Once in a while, we look back (to the way we were raised) or around (to our peers raising children) and then up with a silent serious plea the heavens have heard before. God, help me! You think you want a smart, cute, rich, funny kind of child, but all those things are, well, just opinions as a general rule. Weve got beauty pagentry, SAT, rock stars and others to decipher our perspectives. Theres really a great deal more to those of us who want children with respectable manners, compassion, vision, and parental pride. I see you looking at me saying, I cant even get them to pick up their toys and Im suppose to create the next amazing humanitarian? Before you walk away, consider the possibility. Not long ago my husband and I were at a local eatery. In walked an elderly woman in an old brown coat, followed by four stair-step brothers, maybe age ten to sixteen. They found a table. One helped Grandma with her coat and cane. An older one brought her a plate. As they flanked her sides and talked, I noticed the youngest one took a bite, then, without missing a beat, leaned over and cut her meat in bite size pieces. We never saw a parent, just Grandma and her grandsons. I assumed, because even if they werent sons, they were GRAND indeed. I wanted to tell them how proud I was of them, but my tears would have scared them silly. It was, I am certain, quite a natural thing for them to do. I want to see generations of this kind of precious afterglow and so I have come to this writing I call INSPIRATIONAL PARENTING. Inspiration comes first by example. I know that seems obvious but believe me, I counsel many a child who lost their way because there was no example. Im not writing Where Children Fly as a course from my archives of perfection or from my trials and experiments. I began to think about how inspiring God speaks of me and how it sets my standard for successful living. I realized that maybe we had forgotten that just to live is holy, to breathe is divinity, to inspire is to create eternal beauty. I hope this book will inspire you. If you have, by godly destiny, been placed in the life of a child, it is because you can make a difference in their life. Its not about teaching children to do as much as it is teaching them to be. God is a 24/7 inspirationally available parent. Armed and amazing is my call to you who are weary. Thinking of all this inspiration makes you wonder if Ive lost my mind and wasted your time. I dont want to scare you, but the best parents are real people who inspire others by the life they lead. They are not always the richest or poorest, the well or ill, the educated or not. They are people who open their hearts wide and grow out of bounds. I love children. I love their stories. I love to see them believe their Dad turned on the sun and Mom can make any boo-boo better with a single kiss. We forget how powerful inspiration can be. We tend to think in the ordinary, practical and t