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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Parenting / Child Rearing
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Madayo's Child series of Parenting Guides
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:45
  • eBook ISBN:9781623096489

Good Night, Baby, Good Night

Sleep Train Your Infant or Older Baby for Nighttime Sleep

by Harriett Madayo Watson

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Overview
Good Night, Baby, Good Night can get your healthy infant or older baby to sleep through the night very soon. Avoid the interrupted sleep and sleep deprivation you have heard so much about. You can get the sleep you need with this 45 page book.
Description
Good Night, Baby, Good Night can get your healthy infant or older baby to sleep through the night very soon. Avoid the interrupted sleep and sleep deprivation you have heard so much about. This is one of the first challenges of parenthood. Now you can get the sleep you need with this 45 page book. Yes, it's short, sweet, and to the point. There will be no lengthy philosophy or psychology of sleep training Baby. You can read a mini library after you get some rest and when you can stay awake. You can get it if you follow the methods and techniques presented in this book. You will start sleep training Baby as early as five and a half to six weeks old. If Baby is older, no worries, you can still use this training guide. You will find the step-by-step process fun, loving, and easy to follow. This training offers what money can't buy: sleeping through the night for Baby and you, positive parenting skills, and confidence in your ability as a parent. It also promotes positive behaviors when the child is older, and contributes to years of good sleep habits for your child. Most parents are happy to get just the sleeping part This work reflects concern about the parents' emotional health and well-being, not just the baby's. A calm and peaceful well rested parent will have an even happier baby. Yes, you are really important too! .
About the author
Harriett Madayo Watson is the mother of two who helped raise five other children within her family. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a master's degree in Counseling Education. Madayo works as a counselor and parenting coach. With over 15 years of experience in the counseling profession, she is also a Certified Trainer recognized by the Maryland State Department of Education - Office of Child Care to provide training for regulated child care providers in the State of Maryland. Her passion is helping parents build strong foundations of love and respect in their children. Madayo lives in Windsor Mill, Maryland. I have always had a keen interest in childrearing, even before I became a mother and professional counselor. This was partly because of the wonderful skills my mother taught me. She instructed me on how to care for my younger brother and sister, and her three grandchildren. I was a teenager by then. My mother was a stay at home mom, but I would help out. I used to be amazed at how well the children slept at night and how they were potty trained so early, as well as their overall well behaved manner. Well, I adopted my mother’s techniques and methods and incorporated my counselor training, and then used the skills to teach my own children, with great success. As a mental health counselor, I am aware of the many challenges faced by new parents, and the need for them to have guides and instructions to assist them in reducing some of the anxiety and frustration associated with losing sleep for many months after the baby comes home. Over the years, people like you, and, friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors, etc. have reported excellent results from following my sleep training techniques. I have been encouraged to share this with the people of the "World" if I can reach them. Thanks to today’s wonderful technology, I can share this knowledge with you. It is worth the try. You have nothing to lose but sleep. You will love and appreciate the results. My training as a counselor also gives me first-hand knowledge of how child abuse issues can result from the lack of parenting skills which can cause some parents to lose control of their actions and emotions. I know that my work in Good Night, Baby, Good Night can help in this regard as well as all the books I plan for the series.
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