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A Mother's Anguish: A Crying Baby In The Car
The owner of the Grubby Mummy and the Grubby Bubbies blog, wri...
How heartbreaking is listening to your baby cry in the car?
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More Proof That Popular Sleep Training Methods Are Safe
Controlled crying and gentler methods were safe and effective.
Why I'm Not Letting My Baby Cry It Out
Blogger at "No Idea What I'm Doing: A Daddy Blog"
I'm not saying that parents who let their children cry in the night are doing anything wrong. But what I am saying is that when I hear other parents say, "Your baby would sleep through the night if you let her cry it out," I think to myself, "You may be right, but the thing is, I just can't."
You Do What's Best for Your Family, I'll Do What's Best for Mine
Professional freelance writer and creator of The Fussy Baby Site
If there's one topic that gets parents riled up more than any other, it's the issue of sleep training. That's right... I'm broaching the topic of sleep training. I'm clearly up for a fight, right?
What You Learn When You Read Every Single Baby Sleep Book
I went on Amazon and bought all the top books on baby sleep and development. I read through them all, as well as several blogs and sleep websites. I gathered lots of advice.
Dear Wine, TV and My Kitchen Timer: A Cry-it-Out Love Letter
Liz Joynt Sandberg
writer, performer, mother, hot dog enthusiast
I know what you're thinking. We were together every night for a week and then I disappeared. How could I just break it off like I did? The long and short of it is that you all got me through a really awful transition in my life. To be blunt, I used you. Let me explain.
WATCH: 'Portlandia's' Awesome Take On Parenting Advice
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2 Types Of Sleep Training That Won't Harm Your Baby
Cry It Out: The Method That Kills Baby Brain Cells
It turns out that the "Cry It Out" method of baby sleep training, where you ignore that your kid is screaming, crying and turning 40 shades of purple so that she can break herself out of the habit of being spoiled and cuddled to sleep, does more harm -- way more -- than good.
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