If your baby or child has difficulty sleeping through the night, check out these great freebies! Right now on Amazon you can download these handy Baby & Kid Sleep eBooks for FREE! These are a great way to learn more about co-sleeping, dealing with crankiness, sleepwalking, and much more. The prices can change at anytime, so if you are interested in any of these FREE eBooks don’t wait to download them.
Baby Sleep Solutions for Exhausted Parents will help you get your child to nap AND sleep
through the night using practical and proven methods.
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…
- Why is Sleep so Important?
- Does Your Child Have A Sleep Problem?
- Sleep Solutions and Strategies
- Is Co-Sleeping A Good Idea
- Coping with Colic, Crankiness and Crying
- Teaching Your Baby the Art of Sleeping
- Naps – Good or Bad?
- Dealing with Travel and Other Interruptions in Routine
- And much, much more!
Let’s face it, if your child sleeps better they will have more energy during the day, perform better at school and will be much less likely to have health issues. It also means you get to enjoy your sleep as well. After all you are likely to be a better parent if you are not fatigued during the day.
Some of the key points covered in ‘Kid’s Sleeping Disorders’ include;
- Why having a consistent routine before bedtime improves the quality of your child’s sleep
- What you should do to help your child overcome night time fears
- When your child should move into their own room
- The major medical issues you should be aware of that can contribute to your child losing sleep
- Steps to take if your child is a sleep-walker
- Why diet can affect your child’s quality of sleep
- How to help your child overcome bed=wetting
- And a number of other key points to help you overcome a range of sleep issues that your child may experience.
Many parents find themselves overly exhausted and not able to enjoy their baby for one glaring reason – because their precious little one isn’t sleeping well. Believe me when I tell you, you are FAR from being alone. From medical reasons to a child that is just stubborn (and everything in between), the number of reasons for babies not sleeping are as many as there are children in the world. So don’t be surprised that finding the right method(s) to get your child to sleep can take some time and effort.
If you want to cut down on the amount of time it takes to help your baby get a great night’s sleep, then read this book. You will learn from the experience (and the conquered frustrations) of a mother whose four children all had different sleeping habits and different sleep triggers. Sleep training, unfortunately, is definitely NOT a one size fit all type of situation.
In this concise book, I’ll show you 30 simple habits that are utilized all the time by parents everywhere as they help guide their children in developing healthy sleeping habits. The habits in this book aren’t magical, but they are helpful. All I’m suggesting is that if you gradually implement these simple habits into your nightly routine, you’ll be pleased with the gradual improvement in your quality of rest and the quality of rest of your child.
It may take some trial and error as you work to determine which habits will be most effective in your specific context. You may also discover that a particular combination of habits help you and your child to make progress. Your individual parenting style coupled with the individual needs of your child will help you determine which of these simple habits will work for you and your child. Consistency and the willingness to sacrifice momentary ease for the longterm good will be necessary.
This title is meant ONLY to help your child fall asleep at night. Do not buy this for a good story, there is no actual story, or plot, and it is designed that way for a reason. It reflects your child’s wandering thoughts and uses technique found in NLP to help your child easily fall asleep. Do not buy this title for your child to read, it is ONLY meant for you to read, to your child while he or she is comfy in bed. There are no pictures as the goal is to help the child sleep, not stay awake looking at pictures. You don’t need any experience, there’s very brief, simple to follow instructions at the beginning of the book. If your child has trouble sleeping at night, simply turn off the lights while they lay in bed, and read this book to them, slowly, and calmly, and watch as if by magic, your child drifts off to sleep while feeling calm and secure making them look like even more of an angel than they already are. This title is meant for any parent to read to any child that has trouble sleeping. Heck, this may even put anyone within ear-shot of your voice to sleep. This will quickly become your child’s favorite bed time story and for no logical reason, there’s no plot, and there’s no story, but THE WAY IT MAKES THEM FEEL while you’re reading it to them, is a feeling they’ll quickly become addicted to.