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The Baby Sleep Book电子书

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作       者:William Sears,Martha Sears

出  版  社:Harper Thorsons

出版时间:2014-02-06

字       数:59.2万

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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. The Sleep Book is designed as a practical and contemporary guide to parenting, ensuring you can get your child to sleep and making sure night time isn’t dreaded. Containing the latest medical research, and providing informed and considered advice on all the issues, this book offers guidance and support to keep you and your child rested and refreshed. Includes advice on all aspects of sleep such as: ? 8 infant sleep facts every parent should know ? 31 ways to get your baby to sleep and stay asleep ? Bedwetting ? Hidden medical causes of night waking ? Sleep trainers ? Night weaning – 12 alternatives for the all-night nurser ? Night terrors ? 5 reasons why high need infants sleep differently ? Sleep safety ? SIDS: the latest research on how sleeping with your baby is safe ? Co-sleeping: Yes, No, Sometimes An invaluable resource for parents of young children, The Baby Sleep Book provides guidance on how to get your baby to sleep, what to do if he wakes up to often, what to do if he sleeps to much. It also helps with moving the place of sleep, sleepwear, managing the sleep time of more than one child, and night time feeding.
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Title Page

Dedication

Contents

A Restful Word from Dr Bill

Chapter 1: five steps to get your baby to sleep better

Step 1: Find Out Where You and Your Baby Sleep Best

Step 2: Learn Baby’s Tired Times

Step 3: Create a Safe and Comfortable Environment Conducive to Sleep

Step 4: Create a Variety of Bedtime Rituals

Step 5: Help Baby Stay Asleep Longer

Keep a Sleep Log

Chapter 2: Fifteen tips to help Toddlers Sleep

What Toddlers Learn at Bedtime

Easing Your Toddler Off to Dreamland – Fifteen Tips

Teaching Your Young Child to Fall Asleep Alone and Happy

FAQs About Toddler Sleep

Why Nighttime Parenting Matters

Chapter 3: The facts about Infant Sleep and what they mean for parents

Learn the Facts of Infant Sleep

How Babies Sleep at Various Ages

Why Babies Wake Up

Normal Night Noises Sleeping Babies Make

Adopt a Nighttime Parenting Attitude

Unclutter the Daytime Life of a Nighttime Parent

Get Connected

Get to Know Your Baby’s Sleep Personality

Matching You, Your Baby, and Your Sleep Plan

Sleep Safety

Chapter 4: Meet different families with different Sleep Plans

Newly-Born or Soon to Be

Doing it Differently with the Next Baby!

Baby Training

Baby Fights Sleep

High-need Sleepless Baby

Painful Night Waking

Won’t Sleep Well in Cot

Feeding All Night

Family Burned Out from Frequent Night Feeding

Chapter 5: The joys of sleeping with your baby

Our Co-sleeping Experiences

The Truth About Co-sleeping

Our Co-sleeping Experiments

Science Says: Co-sleeping is Healthy

Nine Benefits of Co-Sleeping

Nine Ways to Make Co-Sleeping Easier

Common Co-Sleeping Questions

Chapter 6: Night feedings and nightweaning – when and how?

Ages and Stages of Feeding at Night

Fifteen Ways to Make Night Feeding Easier

Thinking About Cutting Back on Night Feeding?

Twelve Tips for Getting Baby to Feed Less at Night

Chapter 7: Moving out! tips for transitioning to a big kid’s bed

Five Steps to Easing Your Kids Out of Your Bed, Out of Your Room, and into their Own Room

Getting Your Child to Sleep Independently: A Case Study

Chapter 8: Twenty-three nighttime fathering tips

Part One – for Dads

Part Two – for Mums

Chapter 9: Naptime strategies that work

Creating Healthy Nap Habits

Getting Baby to Nap at Predictable Times

Winding Down the Reluctant Napper

FAQs About Naps

Chapter 10: Should baby cry it out?

What Crying It Out Really Means

How Crying It Out Sabotages the Parent-Child Relationship

Sensitive Sleep-Training That Does Work

Chapter 11: Hidden medical and physical causes of night waking

When to Suspect a Medical Cause for Night Waking

Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER)

Food Allergies/Sensitivities

Formula Intolerance

Stuffy Noses

Ear Infections

Environmental Allergies

Anaemia

Pinworms

Sleep Apnoea

Irritating Sleepwear

Teething

Growing Pains

Nappy Irritation

Baby too Hot or too Cold

Bedroom Noise

Separation Anxiety

Chapter 12: Nighttime parenting in special situations

Night Waking after Mother Returns to Work

Night Waking in a Premature Baby

Twins and Multiples

When Child Is Sick

When Travelling

Moving

When Dad Travels

“Feeding” Baby to Sleep during Childcare

Single Parents – Two Different Beds

Nightmares

Sleep Terrors

Chapter 13: Eleven tips to help parents sleep better

1. Make Sleep a Priority

2. Eat to Sleep

3. Dress for Sleep

4. Exercise for Sleep

5. Enjoy a Before-Bed Bath

6. Turn off the Tube

7. Don’t Worry, Be Happy!

8. Sleep More the First Month

9. Enjoy a Before-Bed Ritual

10. Nap When Baby Does

11. Make Nighttime Mothering More Restful

Keep Reading

Appendix A: Music to sleep by

Appendix B: Bedtime books to sleep by – for toddlers and pre-schoolers

Appendix C: References

Index

Copyright

About the Publisher

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