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The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Gentle Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night

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A breakthrough approach for a good night's sleep--with no tears

There are two schools of thought for encouraging babies to sleep through the night: the hotly debated Ferber technique of letting the baby cry it out, or the grin-and-bear-it solution of getting up from dusk to dawn as often as necessary. If you don't believe in letting your baby cry it out, but desperately want to sleep, there is now a third option, presented in Elizabeth Pantley's sanity-saving book The No-Cry Sleep Solution.

Pantley's successful solution has been tested and proven effective by scores of mothers and their babies from across the United States, Canada, and Europe. Based on her research, Pantley's guide provides you with effective strategies to overcoming naptime and nighttime problems. The No-Cry Sleep Solution offers clearly explained, step-by-step ideas that steer your little ones toward a good night's sleep--all with no crying.

Tips from The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Uncover the stumbling blocks that prevent baby from sleeping through the night Determine--and work with--baby's biological sleep rhythms Create a customized, step-by-step plan to get baby to sleep through the night Use the Persistent Gentle Removal System to teach baby to fall asleep without breast-feeding, bottlefeeding, or using a pacifier

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Sleep is one of the most-discussed topics among new parents - because they don't get enough. Elizabeth Pantley has devised a programme for helping babies sleep through the night without having to cry it out.

Synopsis:

"At long last, I've found a book that I can hand to weary parents with the confidence that they can learn to help their baby sleep through the night--without the baby crying it out."--William Sears, M.D., Author of "The Baby Book." Illustrations.

About the Author

Elizabeth Pantley, author and parent educator, is frequently quoted in numerous magazines including Parents and Parenting. She and her husband live in Washington state with their four children--and all sleep through the night.

Table of Contents

Foreword by William Sears, M.D.

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Part 1: Ten Steps to Helping Your Baby Sleep All Night

Chapter 1: Do a Safety Check

Safety First

The Foremost Safety Worry: SIDS

General Sleeping Safety Precautions for All Families

General Sleeping Safety Precautions for Cradles and Cribs

General Sleeping Safety Precautions for Co-Sleeping

Chapter 2: Learning Basic Sleep Facts

How Do We Sleep?

How Do Babies Sleep?

What is a Sleep Problem?

How Much Sleep Do Babies Need?

What About Nighttime Feedings?

What Are Realistic Expectations?

What is the Right Way to Teach a Baby to Sleep?

Chapter 3: Crate Your Sleep Logs

Let's Get Started!

Chapter 4: Review and Choose Sleep Solutions

Part One: Solutions for Newborn Babies--Birth to Four Months

Part Two: Solutions for Older Babies--Four Months to Two Years

Chpater 5: Create Your Personal Sleep Plan

Chapter 6: Follow Your Plan for Ten Days

What If You Can't Do it All?

The Road to Success is Really More Like a Dance

Chapter 7: Do a Ten-Day Log

Chapter 8: Analyze Your Success

Evaluate Your Sleep Plan

If Your Baby Is Now Sleeping Through the Night (Five or More Consecutive Hours)

Chapter 9: Follow Your Plan for Ten More Days

Every Baby is Different; Every Family is Different

How Long is This Going to Take?

"I've Tried Everything! Nothing Works! Help!"

Chapter 10: Complete a Log, Analyze Your Success, and Revise Your Plan if Necessary Every Ten Days

Keep This Book Handy

Part II: Let's Talk About You

Chapter 11: Baby's Sleeping (Finally!) but Mommy's Not

What's Happening?

How to Get a Good Night's Sleep?

Chapter 12: Final Thoughts--Mom-to-Mom

We Are Alike

If You've Just Begun

Living for the Moment?

Basball Babies

Patience, Patience, and Just a Little More Patience

For More Information

Index

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amy010, April 16, 2013 (view all comments by amy010)
This book is a beacon of hope to those mired in the fog of sleep deprivation.

There is an almost universal malady among parents of young children and babies and it’s called Sleep Deprived. You know if you suffer from this condition if your baggy eyes remind you to that you need to call Grandma June, your pillow hair resists all attempts at taming, you put the cereal in the fridge and milk in the cupboard, and slinged to your body is a bundle from heaven for whom all of this is worthwhile.

But you think, “Can’t I have this wonderful baby AND get some sleep?”

What if I said, “Yes”?

If you’re like me you’d say, “But I can’t--won’t make her cry.”

What if I still said, “Yes”?

It is possible. I know because I was there and we did it thanks to a wonderful book called The No-Cry Sleep Solution. Instead of a one-size-fits all approach this book respects the unique combination of you and your baby’s temperaments. Not once, has there ever been a mom exactly like you, nor a baby exactly like yours. This wonderful variety among people almost ensures that whatever trick worked for someone else probably won’t for you, and you’re left feeling like you’re doing something wrong. This book supports different parenting styles by offering help for nursing moms, bottle fed babies, pacifier users, co-sleeper and crib sleepers alike and provides dozens ideas from which you plot your own route out of the fog of sleep deprivation.

At four months old, my first daughter Danielle was only waking once a night and we thought the worst was behind us. However, her sleep got progressively worse as she started teething and reaching developmental milestones. I knew my tenderhearted husband and I would not be able to muster the wherewithal to let her cry-it-out, as her doctor and many of my friends felt was the only way.

According to my sleep logs, at about 9 months of age I was up 11 times a night tending to every little whimper and perceived sign of discomfort. She was sleeping a total of 8 ½ hours a night with only one or two short 45 minute naps a day. I was exhausted, desperate, and feeling like a failure because I couldn’t help my spirited little baby get the rest she needed. Other babies I knew that were her age were taking two, two-hour naps a day and sleeping 12 hours a night! What was I doing wrong? It turned out that my spirited baby wasn't wired to sleep as much as other babies, and that’s OK. Using this book, I learned how to set her circadian rhythms, (and my own) and how to prime her for sleep. With something as simple as setting an early bedtime, she improved her sleep by almost 2 hours a night! Further, I was able to learn to which night-wakings I needed to respond and which was normal sleep movements and noises. I was waking the poor thing up! The map I created led us to a place we could live in. It still fell short of other people’s standards, but that was OK; because as Elizabeth teaches it’s only a problem, if we feel it's a problem. And we no longer did.

By the time Gabrielle came along, all those changes we made to our daily life that felt unnatural four years ago were now intuitive. I followed Elizabeth’s advice without even being conscious of it and had a much easier time helping her sleep well from the beginning. Although, we too found ourselves in rough waters, but Elizabeth’s book was right there, whispering words of kindly advice like breezes into my sails, righting our course and sending us to the pleasant waters of restful nights.

How this Book Works

One of the first things Elizabeth says is to “use this book however it is helpful to you”. You don’t like the idea of doing logs all night or the formality of creating a sleep plan? Don't. It’s OK. The strength of this book is the ideas, support and hope it provides. It is a map showing many routes out of the fog of sleep deprivation. You build your own boat, choose the beacons and the speed at which you travel. The magic is that with her ideas and your perseverance, they all lead to a sunnier place.

Do a Safety Check
Whether you plan to co-sleep, use a co-sleeper or crib there are important safety considerations to follow. I found the co-sleeping safety advice particularly helpful, most other resources simply discourage the practice and since I chose to do it anyway, I was grateful that Elizabeth showed me how to do it safely.

Learn Basic Sleep Facts
Just the most important facts about sleep and circadian rhythms to help you understand how the following solutions will help.

Sleep Logs
Logging what’s actually happening at night to help you asses your current situation. This is probably the most discouraging step, but hang in there--help is coming!

Review and Choose Solutions
I was relieved when I got to this point. The solutions are divided into sections based on age: newborn to four-months-old and four-months to two-years old.

Create your Personal Sleep Plan
This is the fun part. You pick and choose from all the wonderful ideas to create a plan that fits you and your baby.

The second half of the book deals with logging your nights using your new plan so you can track your progress and troubleshoot the rough spots. It may take several iterations to achieve the goals you set, but you’re well on your way. At this point I began to think of Elizabeth as my wise friend and the other moms as my sleep support group. Their testimonies, woven throughout the book, are very comforting and supportive. The book wraps up with more information about revising your plan and logging your results as well as information about how to get you sleeping again, once baby is doing better.

It is a concise 246 pages, chock full of advice, support and only the most pertinent clinical information. After all, tired mamas shouldn't have to wade through a thousand page tome of medical jargon to glean a little help and hope.

Once you've navigated out of the fog of sleep deprivation, you can bask in the love and beauty of your baby. You’ll see with clarity routes through the many challenges of parenthood and life. Each night you can go to bed relaxed knowing that you have the skills to navigate through future patches of rough water, thanks to your perseverance and this lovely book.
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BuddhistMama, September 8, 2011 (view all comments by BuddhistMama)
Two babies, and two attempts to follow Pantley's method. When my first baby was about seven months old, I became desperate to try any alternative to the Cry-It-Out method. I did not want to give up co-sleeping with my daughter, but no one was actually sleeping. I was attracted to the gentle and gradual approach in this book that I hoped would meet her needs as much as ours. It was not the "solution" for us. Although some of the ideas and techniques were helpful, we did not find the magical combination of techniques and timings and locations that might have worked eventually; after a couple months we found success with crying it out in a crib in a separate room and she's continued to be a great sleeper since. Now I have a four month old son and I am hoping that starting earlier with this book will save us those hardest months of tears and sleep deprivation, and I am beginning to see some positive results! The 'Pantley's Gentle Removal Plan' is effective, despite the goofy name and tendency to make simple things into a belabored process. I am hopeful for the next stages. I recommend reading this book when baby is a newborn for some insightful ideas about infant sleep and tips that can be incorporated into any family's sleep routines.
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athlete45, April 5, 2011 (view all comments by athlete45)
The solutions in this book are impractical when applied. The author details methodology used on her children. If the results are proven there would be no need to publish the same book for toddlers.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780071381390
Author:
Pantley, Elizabeth
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill
Author:
Pantley Elizabeth
Location:
Chicago, IL
Subject:
General
Subject:
Parenting
Subject:
Infants
Subject:
Child rearing
Subject:
Pediatrics
Subject:
Parent and child
Subject:
Infants & Toddlers - Infants
Subject:
Sleep disorders in children
Subject:
Parenting - General
Subject:
Sleep & Sleep Disorders
Subject:
Life Stages - Infants & Toddlers/Infants
Subject:
Child Care and Parenting-Infancy and Toddlerhood
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1
Series:
Pantley
Series Volume:
72-67.
Publication Date:
March 2002
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
208
Dimensions:
8.18x5.64x.72 in. .68 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Sleep is one of the most-discussed topics among new parents - because they don't get enough. Elizabeth Pantley has devised a programme for helping babies sleep through the night without having to cry it out.
"Synopsis" by , "At long last, I've found a book that I can hand to weary parents with the confidence that they can learn to help their baby sleep through the night--without the baby crying it out."--William Sears, M.D., Author of "The Baby Book." Illustrations.

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