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review by . June 24, 2010
I rated this book a 5 because it saved my sanity.  I have 5 kids, the youngest of which are twins.  This book was reccommended to me by my sister-in-law and friend after my third child was born.  My first two babies did not learn to sleep through the night on their own, until they were several months old.  Trying to work and be a mom with interrupted sleep is difficult.  I used the principles in this book with my third child and my set of twins, and …
Quick Tip by . June 28, 2010
read it if you dont want children
review by . June 23, 2010
Written by Dr. Robert Bucknam and Gary Ezzo, this introduction to the Babywise series is a manual for the anti-attachment style of parenting.   The author himself states, "Not everything works for every baby, but the general guidelines have worked for us more than once. The more willing you are to strictly follow this book, the more apt you are to get results sooner, but everyone has their own approach."      While these techniques are miracle-solution …
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