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This guidebook was incredibly helpful for helping my now 7 month old daughter achieve uninterrupted rest for 12 hours straight since month 3. I daresay its meta-breaking and has made our playthrough much easier. Can't recommend this strat enough.
This book saved my life.
My baby is just over 1, and has been consistently sleeping for 12 hours a night (plus daytime nap) since she was about 4 months old by following that method. She only wakes up if she poops or when she's teething. Took us 3 days of absolute misery to sleep train, though.
You can start sleep training way earlier than you think.
There’s a really popular book you should check out, The Baby Sleep Solution. It worked really well for mine, and it let us get a full nights sleep most night.
I have never been more tired than I was for the first 4 months of my little girl's life.
My wife and I were exclusively breastfeeding, and baby ate every two hours on the dot. So that meant the wife slept for, at best, an hour at a time. That made her a zombie, and I did everything else (cooking, cleaning, yardwork, plus watching the baby while wife tried to sleep, etc).
This book saved my life, my marriage, and my sanity. For real, sleep training is amazing.
The Baby Sleep Solution: A Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours a Night is what you’re looking for. It’s a bit militant but people swear by it
It’s The Baby Sleep Solution !
This book helped us out. It really is a lot about routine.
Susan T. Giordano is a writer and "baby sleep coach". Another alias is "Suzy Giordano-Baxter".
The Baby Sleep Solution, by Suzy Giordano,
At Least I Don't Talk in My Sleep, by Susan T. Giordano,
And the Point Is..., by Susan T. Sakelos Giordano;
Background information on Susan from a Washington Post article in 2005:
>Raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Giordano, 43, was married and had her first child at 18 ...
>She and her husband (they divorced five years ago) came to the United States in 1990, shortly after her brother, Carlos Moleda, a Navy SEAL, was shot while on assignment in Panama City and lost the use of both legs. He was recovering at Bethesda Naval Hospital, and her family settled in Northern Virginia to be close to him.