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The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems: Sleeping, Feeding, and Behavior--Beyond the Basics
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The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems: Sleeping, Feeding, and Behavior--Beyond the Basics [Format Kindle]

Tracy Hogg , Melinda Blau

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"Miracles are her business" (Jodie Foster)

"The honest truth is that Tracy Hogg has provided me with more insight into the things that matter than anyone else." (Alain De Botton Observer Review)

"A parent's saviour" (Normandie Keith YOU Magazine)

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New York Times bestselling author Tracy Hogg, now in a new role as "Ms. Fixit," takes us beyond the basics presented in her first two successful Baby Whisperer books. In this latest book, Hogg shares her experience in the trenches, responding to questions she has been asked repeatedly by thousands of parents who have sought her out for private consultations, flocked to her book signings, and contacted her via her website ( Here she focuses her renowned baby-whispering energies on solving the most common difficulties -- including feeding issues, sleep troubles, and behavior problems -- and puts together a comprehensive package of specific and targeted strategies.

In addition to explaining her most effective approaches in greater depth and detail, Hogg introduces a wealth of new baby-whispering concepts in these pages. She teaches parents of babies and toddlers how to catch everyday difficulties before they become chronic, as well as how to solve deeply entrenched problems. As such, The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems lives up to its promise, providing a compendium of surprising and deceptively simple trouble-shooting techniques and practical remedies. For Tracy's fans, this book will be a welcome addition to the Hogg library; for readers unfamiliar with her philosophy of care, it will open a new world of understanding and insight. It is a must-have for all parents of young children, a guidebook to read from cover to cover, a resource to keep on the nightstand.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 It worked for me... 21 septembre 2007
Par Mama Bear - Publié sur
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GENERAL COMMENT: Like every baby book I read, I try to keep an open mind. You will NOT find a book that will work for ALL babies but this book worked for mine, who I think is a text book baby.

SITUATION: I was going back to work and my baby was super needy at 6 weeks-- wanted to be helded all the time. He won't nap if I wasn't holding him. And at night, I would rock him to sleep and put him into his crib very very gently when he has fallen into DEEP sleep. Otherwise, he would CRY. But that was my fault because I HELD him alot. This would be fine if I was a stay at home mom...but if even I was, I think it would have taken it's toll on me at some point.

LIKE: I like this book because it helped with getting my baby on a good routine, nap longer, sleep on his own, and sleep longer through the night. I made my own version of the EASY plan, customize it to my baby and what worked for me...this book afterall is not the BIBLE.

RESULTS: By about 8-10 weeks, he was sleeping from 7:30-8 pm to about 4:30 am (with 1 dream feed). Now at 5 months, he sleeps from 8pm to about 7am (with 1 dream feed). He use to nap about 30 minutes at a time. After the plan, he started napping for 2 hours (slightly shorter now since he is older). He LIKES his crib and falls to sleep in about 20-30 minutes of laying down...without ANY fuss. And he is a happy healthy little boy who is 50% for weight and 80% for height.

TRANSITION PERIOD: This didn't happen overnight. I would try for a week or two and revisit the book about a thousand time to make sure I wasn't doing it wrong. He would progess and go back to his old self and progress some more. After about 2 weeks, I customize the plan. You WILL be glad to get some time for yourself and hubby when the baby goes down to sleep in the evening instead of at night. He sleeping pattern gradually falls into place. I don't believe in cry it out so the SHH/PAT worked for me. It was hard and I gave up several times. But it worked before you know it. Just give it your best try and be PATIENT AND CONSISTENT. Even now when he takes a little longer to get to sleep, I still PAT/SHH and he is out.

DON'T LIKE: The tone of the author can be a bit annoying (KNOW IT ALL) but after all, she is a super nanny and have worked with THOUSANDS of babies. This book made me PARANOID as a parent--thinking that I would just ruin my child if I made any wrong moves. But we all turned out okay and our parents didn't have this book.

CONCLUSION: Your instinct as a mom is truly the best guide but sometimes, it does get you into situations that are difficult to overcome. This book helped me better manage my baby's sleep/eating which are the biggest parts of his life. Life is so much less HECTIC for MOM, BABY and DAD.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you just can't or won't do cry it out, but want your baby to sleep through the night quickly this is the book for you!!! 30 juillet 2009
Par N. Ziegler - Publié sur
I bought this book after doing MUCH research and reading. At the time my daughter was 9 months old and I had managed to get in the habit of nursing her to sleep. She had to nurse to sleep for every nap and bedtime and every night waking and if, God forbid, she woke up as I lowered her into the crib, we would have to start all over again. She was up every 1.5 hours EVERY night for months, and finally I just had it. I had read books that reccommend cry it out, or controlled crying but even the ones where you went in every 5 to 10 minutes and soothed the baby seemed so cruel to me, and she would get soooo upset. I have even heard of babies vomiting from this. Plus I had more than one person who did "cry it out" tell me that 1. There baby became more clingy during the day and feared/hated his/her crib and bedtime and 2. When they went on vacation or the baby got sick they would have to start CIO all over again when they got home or the baby was well again. There was no way I was going to do that more than once! So I looked for other options, one is the "No-cry sleep solution" I loved the idea, but I didn't like how long it was going to take. I tried it for a while, but I wasn't seeing improvement quick enough (for me), I needed something that worked faster, since I was a walking zombie!! I found this book and thought I would give it a shot, I decided to give it a week and if I didn't see improvement I probably would have given up. The first night was hard (but way easier than the first night of cry it out would have been). The second night my daughter who had never slept more than 2 hours at a time at night, went 4 hours without waking to eat. On the third night she put herself to sleep all by herself with NO crying (just a little fussing) and slept for 4 hours again each stretch. In less that a week she was putting herself to sleep for every nap and bedtime with NO CRYING at all!! She would babble and play and then fall asleep! And she was only getting up once or twice a night (a vast improvement from 7-8!) Within 3 weeks she slept through the night for the first time and has been ever since (with the exception of when she gets sick, however she gets right back to sleeping after she is better, no crying! yay!

We are now using this book with my son. I started right away with him and at 2 weeks old he put himself to sleep all on his own for naps and bedtimes and at 8 weeks he slept through the night. Then he was diagnosed with severe reflux at 3 months and he would wake up in pain at night and the only thing that would soothe him was to feed him. So now at 8 months we are using the book to get him to sleep through the night again now that his meds for reflux are finally right. He had been getting up ever 2 hours at night because of the pain and then it just became a habit once his meds starting working. I started the book 2 days ago. Last night he only got up ONCE to eat. He slept from 7pm-1:20 and then 1:20 till 7 AM! 3 days ago he got up 7 times in one night.

This book WORKS! If you follow it for two days you will see VAST improvement. Your baby most likely won't be sleeping through the night on the 2nd day but usually by 2 weeks they will be. And after the 2nd night you will see such improvement that I guarantee you will be encouraged to continue and it feels so good too because you have saved your baby (AND YOU!) the emotional stress of crying it out!

Basically you get your baby on a routine, NOT A STRICT SCHEDULE. You CAN fluxuate from it, I did with both my kids and it still works/worked for them. You basically just want the baby to get to the point where he/she knows what's coming next. Eat, activity (awake time), sleep.

The only con I found with this book is that she does sound condescending at times, she calls you Luv, and sometimes makes it sound like you are a little kid who doesn't know what you are doing. But, honestly, WHO CARES? So long as it's working I don't care what she calls me! lol

Some people claim she sounds like she is against breastfeeding, but I did not get that impression at all.I think she is just trying to say, breastfeeding or formula, whatever you decide is right for you is best. I BF my daughter for 13 months and this book worked perfectly for me and I plan to do the same with my son.

To the people who are considering doing cry it out but looking for an alternative. Give this book 3 days, just 3 days, if you are not convinced that it is the better choice than crying it out, then go ahead and do cry it out. I pass no judgement on people who do choose to do CIO, it is better to do that and have a happy parent than to have a sleepless unhappy parent IMO. But if you are on the fence and feel guilty about having or deciding to do CIO, just try this first! It's just 3 days, and if it doesn't work, you can always do CIO afterwards. I have reccommended this book to 4 people already and ALL FOUR of them said it worked for them, and 2 of them give it as a shower gift they loved it so much.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful, depending on your parenting philosophy 1 octobre 2006
Par Jennifer - Publié sur
Most baby parenting books fall into one of two categories: the old-school, "get the baby on a schedule" philosophy or the pro-co-sleeping, child-led "attachment parenting" philosophy.

This book is clearly in the former category, and I think it's the best of its kind. Tracy Hogg is a big believer in getting your baby on a schedule as soon as possible, but she clearly loves babies and advocates for doing so gently, paying attention to your baby's needs and cues.

Her tone can be bit unforgiving (e.g. you kind of feel like a failure if you don't have your five-month-old in a consistent routine) and I disagree with some of her suggestions (e.g. her "Pick Up/Put Down" soothing method just upset my baby further) but, overall, I found the book to be full of helpful suggestions and information.

In particular, the detailed charts of what quantity and types of foods babies should eat at various stages and sample routines and schedules were invaluable. (A few women I know bought the book just to have those charts!) Even though I didn't follow them exactly, it helped to have detailed, specific examples rather than the vague suggestions that most baby books offer.

Bottom line: if you are opposed to the idea of getting your baby on a schedule and directing her routine (as many of the people who gave it a low rating seem to be), you will not enjoy this book. If, however, you're open to that philosophy, this book is a must-have.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 No Bottle For Sleeping 21 avril 2005
Par Harry's Mom - Publié sur
I bought this book specifically for the section on Accidental Parenting and how to teach your baby to put himself to sleep without the use of props i.e. a bottle.

The Pick Up/Put Down method sounds like it is the most backwards way to get your baby to put himself to sleep but it really works. My baby was 9 months old when I used this method and within a week, he was going to sleep and putting himself back to sleep on his own, no bottle.

It was a little rough since my son weighed 28 lbs, and the first few nights I'll bet I picked him and put him down 50 times .... quite a workout, especially with the crib mattress at it's lowest level.

The key is to stick with it, even if you feel like you are getting nowhere. Make sure you are following the instructions EXACTLY.
29 internautes sur 37 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant! The One & Only Book I Needed 10 janvier 2007
Par Diane Hannay - Publié sur
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I purchased this book before my baby was born (based on reviews I'd read on this site). So only fair I post my own review for everyone else.

I found this book really really helpful. My daughter is nearly 11 months and I'm still reading sections on eating etc.

There is a brilliant page entitled 'an average day for a 4 week old baby'. I copied this page and put it on my fridge! If you're a first time mum (or dad) and want some no nonsense advice then get this book.

I also found her Eat-Activity-Sleep-Time for You (EASY) routine good.

I found the advice on sleeping really good. My baby was sleeping through the night by about 3 months.

I did her recommended 'dream feed' (the last feed at between 10-11pm) until around 6 or 7 months old.

She talks about different personality types and I think I have an 'angel' baby ... but I have to take some credit and certainly thank this book for giving me the confidence to relax and be a great mum.

Just one word of warning ... if you're the sort of person that likes the idea of co-sleeping, demand feeding, cuddling your baby off to sleep etc then don't buy this book.
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My Four S ritual consists of Setting the stage (getting the environment ready for sleep), Swaddling (getting your baby ready for sleep), Sitting (quietly, without physical stimulation) and, when necessary, doing the Shush-pat method (spending an extra few minutes of physical intervention to help a fussy or fidgety baby drop off into a deep sleep). &quote;
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hungry cry sounds likea slight cough-like noise in the back of the throat, short to begin with and then as a more steady waa, waa, waa rhythmcompared to an over-tired cry, which begins with three short wails, followed by a hard cry, then two short breaths and a longer, even louder cry. &quote;
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Tanking up consists of two parts: Cluster feeding, which is done at two-hour intervals in the early evening, at 5 and 7 or 6 and 8; and the dream feed, which is given somewhere between 10 and 11 (depending on how late you or your partner can stay up). With the dream feed, you literally feed your baby in his sleep. You dont talk to him, or put the lights on. Its easier to do with a bottle, because you just wiggle the nipple into his mouth and that will activate the sucking reflex. &quote;
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