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March 6th, 2009, 01:12 PM
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This thread is for our members that have read, Three in A Bed, The benefits of sleeping with your baby by Deborah Jackson and then how they felt about it. The points we include are:

♥ good points
♥ bad points
♥ overall impression of the book
♥ what age is it appropriate for
♥ stars out of five

Thanks for posting and thanks for reading!

Cheers,

Michelle


Three in A Bed, The benefits of sleeping with your baby by Deborah Jackson: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Three-Bed-Benefits-Sleeping-Your/dp/0747565759

Some reviews of this book: http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/printed-books/three-in-a-bed-the-benefits-of-sleeping-with-your-baby-deborah-jackson/

This author is awesome and as some more books about attachment parenting. Here is an article by her in Mothering which is a great sample of what the book is about.

(I'll add a proper review when I'm done!)

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April 9th, 2009, 09:47 PM
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♥ good points If there was ever a book to give a person permission to co-sleep, this is the book! Breastfeeding and co-sleeping go hand in hand. This book has overwhelming data to support both. If you're a fan of Michel Odent, you'll love this book too because his research is mentioned over and over again. If you co-sleep, you'll feel even more empowered.
♥ bad points It goes into the history of seperating children, baby training and CIO.. there were parts that are just hard to read because it's hard to read about children being treated like that. Also, there are lots more studies and data to support bedsharing, SIDS and breastfeeding that I wish was included but it's a little dated.
♥ overall impression of the book This book is about respect of the child, it's development and respect to the attached family.
♥ what age is it appropriate for Someone pregnant, to someone still co-sleeping with a toddler.
♥ stars out of five 4

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April 10th, 2009, 07:24 AM
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This book sunds really brilliant. Would love to read it, but its quite dear here and would be preaching to the converted anyway
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