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Author Topic: how to train baby to fall asleep on his/her own?  (Read 96998 times) Digg
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« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2011, 01:02:35 AM »

lzp11> thanks i'll try out your methods.

skylark> thanks for your info  big grin  the problem we faced here is, how to let bb fall asleep by their own. not bb refuses to sleep. i read bb whisperer too. still trying to figure out how to introduce the routine to my bb.. now her sleeping time is in a mess   blink

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« Reply #16 on: November 07, 2017, 10:53:27 AM »

I had no idea how to teach my child to fall asleep alone, i tried many many things and nothing worked. Then someone told me about book that is all about sleeping and what's important it is short and everythin is present step by step. The book  with title "How to teach a baby to fall asleep alone" actually it's an e-book and I get it from I could recommend it for every parent who have the same problem

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« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2019, 10:04:25 AM »

Also, I would just like to add that any sleep-training for a newborn (birth - 5 weeks) should NEVER involve cry-it-out. If there is any sleep training for a newborn, it should be very gentle. Extinction and graduated extinction methods are only ever recommended for babies 4 months or older. Before that, it's too harsh, too stressful, and their brains aren't developed to the point where it will actually do any good (and it can do harm).
Make them calm, make them safe. Then they'll learn.
Our attempts at sleep training resulted in vomiting (kid) and lots of tears (kid and me). We ended up co-sleeping to everyone's betterment so I don't have guidance on that front.  However, I did want to mention that there is a wonder week at 9 months so it might not be the best time to start this process because baby's already going through a big developmental leap that is upsetting the status quo.

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