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New Study on "Cry it Out" Sleep Training

By JustMommies

A new study recently published in the journal Pediatrics says that it’s okay for parents to use “cry it out” methods to get their babies to sleep at night.  The debate has been out on whether or not “cry it out” sleep training methods cause psychological damage » Read more

The Case against Cry-It-Out Methods: Why Attachment Parenting Works

Weary mothers are often met with a barrage of seemingly helpful “sleep solutions,” from various family members and friends. Some suggested methods, while offering a possible system to attempt, may actually conflict with the mother’s natural parenting instincts. » Read more

To Cry or Not To Cry: Helping Your Child Learn to Sleep

If you’re feeling sleep-deprived because of the nighttime waking habits of your little one, rest assured that you’re not alone. Getting your baby to sleep through the night is one of the most challenging, widely discussed, and hotly debated elements of new parenthood. » Read more

Baby Sleep Training: Cry It Out Methods

When it is time to teach your little one to sleep on his or her own, and you have decided that you are comfortable letting your child do a certain amount of crying to get there, then you are probably likely to choose one of the “Cry It Out” sleep-training techniques. » Read more