The No-Cry Nap Solution: Guaranteed Gentle Ways to Solve All Your Naptime Problems : Guaranteed Gentle Ways to Solve All Your Naptime Problems
"Easy naptime solutions that really work--without any tears."
Kathy Lynn, President,
"Naps: Children need them. Parents want them.
Here are the tools to make them happen."
Maureen A. Doolan Boyle, Executive Director,
MOST (Mothers of Supertwins), Inc.
Does your child:
nap only in your arms, a sling, a swing, or the car?
require elaborate rituals before sleeping?
get fussy, act cranky, or have tantrums due to lack of sleep?
take very short naps--or none at all?
Naps are important to a child's mood, well-being, and development. The No-Cry Nap Solution offers you a proven formula to allow your baby, toddler, or preschooler to get daily restorative rest. You'll learn gentle, loving, tear-free techniques, developed by world-renowned parenting expert Elizabeth Pantley and tested by hundreds of families around the world, guaranteed to help you:
Convince any child to nap every day
Effortlessly settle your child for naptime in his or her own bed
Turn short, fitful naps into long, peaceful ones
Establish a nap schedule that works for you and your child
Easily adapt nap routines to your child's developing needs
Confidently deal with sudden changes, nap strikes, and travel
- Paperback | 264 pages
- 138 x 206 x 20mm | 322.05g
- 30 Jan 2009
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- MCGRAW-HILL Professional
- New York, NY, United States
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Table of contents
Naps: The Key to a Happy, Healthy Child
Important Facts You Should Know About Sleep
Create Your Sleep Logs and Your Nap Plan
Part Two - Newborn Babies
Growing into a Napping Rhythm
Nap Facts - Newborn Babies
Nap Tips for Newborns
Part Three - Solving Napping Problems
Cat-Naps - Making Short Naps Longer
Nap-Resisters - When Your Child Needs a Nap but Won't Take One
Shifting schedules - Changing from Two Naps to One Nap
Shifting schedules - Time to Give up Naps?
Changing From In-Arms Naps to In-Bed Naps
Naptime Nursling - Falling Asleep Without the Breast, Bottle or Pacifier
Swinging, Bouncing, Vibrating or Gliding - Transitioning from Motion-Sleep to Stationary-Sleep
Helping your Newborn Tummy Sleeper go "Back to Sleep"
How to Use Swaddling for Naptime
Changing Car Naps to Bed Naps
Colic Care - Helping Your Baby Get Comfort from Naps
Special Situations: Questions and Answers
Could it be a Sleep Disorder? When to Call a Doctor
Part Four - Keeping Naptime Safe
Sleeping Safety Checklists
About the Author
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About Elizabeth Pantley
is the president of Better Beginnings, Inc., a parent education company, and is a regular radio show and internet show guest and featured expert. Her newsletters and articles are distributed worldwide.She has been quoted in such magazines as Parents, Parenting, Woman's Day, Mother & Baby, Today's Parent, and Good
Housekeeping. Elizabeth is the mother of four. Visit her website at pantley.com/elizabeth.