The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns

What? There’s a No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns? Who knew, right? I bet that blog title caught your attention! Every baby is different and every parent is different. That is why there is no cookie cutter way of parenting or caring for your baby. Of course babies are going to cry as that is one of their means of communication with the world, however Elizabeth Pantley teaches us how to maximize a newborn’s sleep schedule in her new book The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns.

As soon as I learned about Elizabeth Pantley and her No-Cry Book Series, when my children were young, I immediately read them all! I love her practical and gentle approach to parenting advice.

Do you want to know when your newborn will sleep through the night?

The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns

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The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns will help you learn:

  • the things that trick us into disrupting a baby’s sleep
  • how to identify the perfect moment for a nap
  • ways to create a sleep-inducing environment
  • tips to reduce the number of night wakings
  • how to set the stage for great sleep throughout babyhood

It’s Giveaway Time!
Prize: Four lucky winners will receive their very own copy of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns by Elizabeth Pantley
Open to: Canadian Residents, outside of QC
Giveaway Ends: November 8, 2016, 11:59pm ET

Be sure to visit Elizabeth Pantley’s website for more valuable information about babies, toddlers and mmore!

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5 Responses to The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns

  1. k m says:

    My LO is 2 weeks old, this would be helpful!

  2. kathy downey says:

    I would give this book to my daughter who is expecting her first in Feb.

  3. Tanis says:

    I would keep this for myself to use with my one year old daughter!

  4. Ashleigh Swerdfeger says:

    My little one is 2 but since I’m studying to be a postpartum doula I am very interested in this book. Then, I may pass it along to someone else.

  5. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I would give this book to my niece, she’s due with her first baby in March.

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