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Monday, October 01, 2012

Motherhood Mondays: Sleep training (it's tough!)

By the time Toby was six months old, we were all pretty stressed...

Like most young babies, Toby woke up several times a night. But since he didn't know how to fall back asleep, whenever he stirred, he'd cry out for us to rock him back to sleep. Of course, we adored our sweet baby, but waking up many times a night was SO tough. Sleep deprivation makes you feel like a walking zombie, and waking up multiple times a night is an actual form of torture, no joke! During the day, I also wasn't able to be the energetic mother I hoped to be, since I was basically cross-eyed with exhaustion. (I felt like this guy:)

The sad thing was, Toby was tired, too. He would wake up really cranky and spend the morning yawning and rubbing his eyes. At even the smallest annoyance, he would burst out crying; he was just always exhausted. After all, he wasn't sleeping deeply, but instead was just dozing, stirring and waking up all night.

Desperate to find a solution for all of us, I would try reading sleep books while breastfeeding and half-falling asleep myself; they were confusing and talked a lot about the philosophy of sleep, versus just telling me what to do.

Finally, I was chatting on the phone with my friend Allison one morning, and she recommended the book The Sleepeasy Solution. Figuring out how to encourage your child to sleep can be very emotional. Everyone seems to handle it differently, and of course, every child is unique. But after a lot of agonizing, we bit the bullet and decided to give it a try...
HOW IT WORKS

Sleep training is not easy, and we were really nervous to get started.

First, Alex and I created a bedtime routine for Toby to help him wind down. We put him in pajamas, changed his diaper, turned on the white noise machine, read a couple stories, sang his three favorite lullabies, put him in his crib with his beloved pillow pet, said "Night night, we love you," patted his belly twice, and then walked out of the room and shut his door.

But then Toby started crying.

And crying.

That first night, my heart was in my throat. As Toby cried in his nursery, I sobbed in the living room. I called my own mom for reassurance that we were doing the right thing. Alex basically spoon-fed me ice cream. (He didn't find it as hard as I did, thankfully! Otherwise we would have both lost it.)

The Sleepeasy Solution made a few great points, which I repeated to myself as a pep talk:
* "You're helping your child get the sleep they desperately need." I must have repeated that line a million times to myself.
* Consistency was KEY. Although I desperately wanted to go into Toby's room and rock him to sleep, I knew that it would make it harder for him if I kept interrupting him.
* Toby was not crying because he was hungry or wet. He was just saying, "I don't want to go to sleep! I want to hang out with you guys! I don't know how to fall asleep, and I'm frustrated!" That dialogue helped me remember that he wasn't crying for a need other than wanting help falling asleep, yet he needed to learn that on his own.
* It's ok for a child to feel frustrated sometimes. Sometimes I still catch myself thinking that Toby should feel giggly and giddy all day long, but that's not really true, right? After all, if a child cries because he doesn't want to get into the car chair, you'd still buckle him in; or if a baby wants to eat a giant brownie, you'd say no, even if that upset him. It can be empowering for a person to conquer frustrations; that's part of life. Learning to sleep felt similarly important to me, even if Toby didn't enjoy the whole process.
* Picture your child sleeping peacefully and soundly. Picture them waking up happy the next morning. That was a REALLY helpful visual and reminded me why we were doing this!

The first night, Toby cried for more than twenty minutes, which was excruciating. The longest twenty minutes of my life! He seemed so small and helpless, and I really doubted our choice. If hearing Toby cry went against my maternal instincts so strongly, was this all a big mistake?

But then he fell fast asleep. The next night, he cried for eleven minutes. The next night, three minutes. The next night, one minute. And after that, barely at all! We couldn't believe how quickly it happened. (Naps were another story, but that's a whole different post:)

HOW SLEEP TRAINING CHANGED OUR LIVES

Sleep training truly changed all of our lives.

Now that Toby knows how to sleep, he loves loves loves his crib. He even reaches for his crib when he's tired at bedtime. And he adores his bedtime routine. Experts say that toddlers thrive on predictable routines and rituals because it makes the wild world feel safe. Toby actually scolds us if we miss a step ("Fan!" "Blanket!" "Song!"). He's much happier and more rested during the day.

Sleep routines also make traveling easier. When we visit California or England, Toby adapts quickly to time changes because he knows his bedtime rituals so well, so we're actually able to travel more often. And it's easy to have an evening babysitter because we can rely on him going to bed easily and sleeping the whole time we're out.

Alex and I are well rested, too. During the day, we have lots of energy to play with Toby, as well as work, hang out, whatever. We also have grown-up time in the evening once Toby is asleep, which we really cherish (even if we're just making pasta and watching Mad Men reruns:). It's great to know that every evening at 7:30pm, we will be able to relax together on the sofa, while Toby's cuddled up in bed.

So, not only did sleep training turn out to be a good choice for Toby, it also was good for us. And I really think it's ok to look after yourself as well as your baby. You know how on an airplane, they'll tell you that if there's a loss of cabin pressure, oxygen masks will fall down from the ceiling, and you should put yours on before you help your child? I think that's true of parenthood overall. When you want to be a great and energetic parent, it helps to take care of and nourish yourself, as well as your children, don't you think?

Sleep training was one of the hardest parts of parenting, but it was the right method for our family. Although I know it isn't for everyone, I'd highly recommend The Sleepeasy Solution. If we have a second baby (fingers crossed), we'll definitely try it again when the time is right. One book said that it's not just about having a well-rested child, but a well-rested family. After all, you're all in it together, right?

So, I'm really curious: What do you think? Do you think it's valuable to teach your child to sleep on their own? Or do you think kids will figure it out in time anyway? Would you feel okay letting your baby cry—or not at all? Of course, everyone needs to figure out what works best for them and their sweet babies. I would LOVE to hear your thoughts...

P.S. Update: Another mom's sleep-training experience; The funniest book.

(Photo by Meaghan Curry Photography)

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Diana said...

Sleep training.....my goodness. Your Toby must be more mellow than my son. He cried for TWO HOURS. We'd leave him, he'd cry bloody murder and every ten minutes we'd go make sure he was okay, pat his back, give him his paci and leave again. The first night was two hours, the second night was forty minutes, the third night was twenty....and finally, within a week he was trained.

That was when he was a baby. Next up was toddler bed training.....which took a little longer since it wasn't crying, it was STAYING in bed! Next up, night time potty training. haha

Now I have a four month old and wonder when sleep training will be needed by him! So far, he's following his big brother's schedule almost identically. In fact, all the hard hard work we put into training our first is being reflected naturally by our second. We'll see though, he hasn't reached the age where he fights bedtime yet.

emily said...

I think that if you're going to do sleep training, it's really important to wait until the baby is at least 3-4 months old (they are not developmentally ready to "self soothe" before that, and any perceived peace after crying it out is just the baby shutting down from overstress), and to remember that there can be other, often medical, reasons for nightwaking, like reflux. Important to be aware of all that so your baby isn't crying from pain or discomfort. That said, I'm iffy re: crying it out. I completely understand why people do it... I'm just not sold on it.

Margaret said...

I think it is very interesting how strongly people feel about this. It is a good thing to feel strongly about your children! I posted already that I am in the CIO camp, but I heartily support people who feel as though it goes against their experience with motherhood. I think it is important to be true to yourself as a parent. Mostly, I think that parenting is hard and the more that we can support each other in the hard decisions that we make, even when we vary, the better the experience is for all of us. I am also happy that there are disagreements because it means that we will learn more as a culture, and also we will learn individually from each other, and be asked to question parts of our parenting to make sure we are in line with our beliefs.

The article from BBC was very interesting. My question is--Being tired all the time from interrupted sleep also creates elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the body (See Dr. Weissbluth's research on infant sleep), which have the same detrimental effects to the brain and development. Is this is a situation where one version of cortisol is worse than another? Or is it simply a place where parents must decide which environment they wish to create for their child?

I have personally seen happy and well-adjusted children from both kinds of parenting--those who use CIO and those who don't. The only "conclusion" that I can draw from this is that children are resilient to all the good and bad decisions we make, and that (mostly) we are all trying our best. Of course I am no scientist, but I am a teacher so I know many children and families on a deep level.

Thank you, Joanna, for opening a controversial topic. I struggle emotionally with watching the disagreements unfold here in the comments section because I have a tendency to shy away from confrontation, but ultimately, I am grateful that parents care so much about parenting.

parisoh said...

Yep. We totally sleep trained. My daughter is 8 months, and the other night was that one-too-many hard nights (up every few hours, completely inconsistent), the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back, and I said THAT'S IT. We're sleep training. The Ferber method gets a lot of flack, but the beauty of it is that you can tailor it to your own preferences. If it seems too harsh, then tone it down! (I never let her cry more than 10 minutes w/out reassuring her. Granted she'd lose her shit when I went in there... not sure it's worth it. But it made me feel better!) The key is CONSISTENCY. We're on day 5, and dare I say... things are good! She's putting herself to sleep, and sleeping through the night. Magic!

Aisha Alkayali said...

I just recently attended a panel discussion and Jill Spivack was one of the speakers... I love her and am now obsessed with her ideas, insights and advice. I wish I knew about this book for our first but will definitely use it and her techniques for the second.

Haley said...

Love this book. Used it so much with my first two, that by the time we had our third I didn't need it, the principles were totally ingrained.. and he was our best sleeper!

Anna Beckenbach said...

I am a doctor if neuropediatrics, and i can say for sure that we know from research that a baby under one year does not have the cognitive ability to understand complexe tasks like 'falling asleep alone'. the only thing it 'learns' is that nobody is coming if he is crying, this is why he stops. From psychoanalytical aspects this is one of the worst things to do because the very important early mother-child binding gets disturbed. A baby can not think 'i want to hang out with you dudes'. The only thing he/she can experience is existential fear, if nobody is responding to his kind of language (and crying is a babies language!), or deep trust and relief, if somebody he knows is caring about him/her.

The problem is about our society. We live in a world where we define ourselves through work. We have to function at daytime, we can not allow ourselves to be imperfect or tired. This is why our society is 'so much into sleep training'. Babies have to be trained in a way that our adult world
is working for us adults.
Why not just say: having a child means waking up a lot at night for the first years? Those babies get old so fast, the babytime is so short. Why cut it off willingly? We should just relax ourselves and don't be angry to our little ones and to ourselves.
Prof. Dr. Anna Beckenbach

Anna Beckenbach said...

I am a neuropediatrician, and from research we know that a baby under 1 year does not habe the cognitive capability to learn how to sleep. The only thing it learns is: i am crying amd nobody is coming. Then it stops. From paychoanalytical aspects this is really worse, bevause the early
mother-child binding gets disturbed. A baby has only very basic feelimgs, bur
those are very strong. If he/she cries badly, it is a very existential fear. It is not 'oh i wpuld like to hang out with you buddies', it is the existential feeling of being alone in the world.


The problem is about society: we live in times where we habe to function. We define ourselbes through work, we can not allow ourselves to be tired and therefore more slowly. But: banies grow up so fast. Why is it so difficult to say, the first years with a bany means less
sleep? Is it really too much to give? And, one more important result
fr research: so called 'sleep training' has no effect on long term aspects.
Please do all not forget: our babies should nor
be 'trained', this is something for dogs or horses. Kids are
human beings with very serious needs, as serious as the needs of an adult person.

Prof. Dr. Anna Beckenbach

Kate said...

i'm so interested to hear about the nap situation. our little one (3 mo. old) is a good sleeper at night, but getting her to go down for regular naps is so hard. she fights it all day! does the sleepeasy solution say anything in particular about naps? what do folks do about this? i'd be interested in any helpful hints or words of wisdom!

Lindsey said...

We used the same book! We had a difficult time the first week, and I contacted the authors through email. Jill called me the next day to talk everything over and came up with a plan for me free of charge. She called me again the next day to check in. It has been two weeks now and my daughter now goes to sleep easily is sleeping peacefully every night. The book was a godsend and I so appreciate the authors taking time to help my family!

Jennifer Sorel said...

We co-sleep. It works beautifully. It's a third option to suffering sleepless nights or letting him cry it out. I love our family bed and am so glad we figured out that it works for us.

Suzanne Gerrior said...

I read The Baby Whisperer when my son was a couple of months old. You put your baby to bed and if he cries, you let him cry for a few minutes, but no longer. Sometime babies can cry for hours which stresses everybody. You can go in his room, pick him up and give him cuddles, but then put him back. You sit in his room where he can see you, but you do not pick him up. You'll be surprised at how fast they realize that you are not going to pick them up but you are still there for comfort. We did this for 2 nights, and at 3 months he started sleeping through the night. We would put him to bed at 5:30 pm and he would sleep until 5 the next morning (we did pick him up and change his diaper around midnight, but he went right back to sleep). It was amazing. The only downside was that he didn't nap during the day, but I could live with that because I was getting a good night's sleep.

The Henry Family said...

Haters gonna hate. This reminds me of a political debate with two distinct sides. Problem is...WE'RE ALL ON THE SAME SIDE!!!! We ALL love our babies. We're parents. I so wish the Mommy Wars would end and we could be supportive of each other's parenting choices (with the exclusion of parents who make choices where CPS gets involved).

Ros said...

I would also like to add after reading more comments down the page, that because we started a predictable daily routine from birth he never had to learn to sleep by crying & I never let him cry it out. Going to bed has always been a happy part of the day. He always knew he would be fed & comforted when needed. And now as a 2 year old is a happy, relaxed & content child.

Mrs. M said...

I too am surprised by so many supporters of "crying" sleep solutions.

Two great alternatives are: Sleepless in America by Mary Kurcinka and The No Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley (already mentioned by other parents above).

I found both books to be incredibly helpful with my toddler and much more aligned with my parenting philosophy.

The Cyclists Wife said...

Just reading from the outside but it seems to me she was saying she feels like she is a better mom when she is less tired, not saying she is a better mom than you.

The Cyclists Wife said...

I've read a lot of these comments and what sticks out to me the most is the tone. Whatever works for you and your baby is best for you and your baby. You are not going to convince any of these other moms who might disagree with you that what your family is doing is right or better. Letting your baby cry for ten minutes is not neglect and co-sleeping doesn't mean your baby will be constantly soothed. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion in all things and especially in parenting. There is no correct answer. Let's be nice ladies, we all have different experiences and react in different ways and that is ok!

claire said...

We did "Controlled crying" with our son at 9months. Thankfully he was more of a grizzler than a cryer/screamer, but even then it was really hard to listen to him grizzle for 2-10mins at a time. My husband and I lay in bed holding hands listening to his cries.

I know a few people who have tried the cry-it-out method with no success, only ending with babies who vomitted as they were so upset. However I will not judge what people do to in order to get some sleep.

Marianne og Jens Kristian said...

Thanks for an interesting insight into how Americans feel about this hot topic. Sleep-training is an ongoing debate here in Norway as well, and some politicians recently suggested that crying-it-out-methods such as Ferber should be banned, which would mean that health personnel would not be allowed to inform about these methods of sleep-training. One of the arguements is that laws against hitting children were made in the 80s, and Norway should therefore have laws against this as well. Personally,I am not sure about the law, but know that I have a bad feeling about Ferber and would never use it myself (I have a daughter who started sleeping through the night when she was 11 months), but think that if the child is not too small and receives lots of love when she is awake it might work for some families...

ps. this is my favorite blog, and I particularly like your balanced and relatable motherhod posts :)

miikomom said...

Hi there, I have a sleep training technique with zero crying that my husband and I kind of stumbled upon with our first. In super-brief, babies naturally begin to sleep train themselves at 6 weeks old. They basically skip a feeding. If you catch that opportunity and help them maintain that specific non-eating interval they will extend it again after a couple weeks. And this continues until an unusual skipped feeding at 6 weeks old becomes a 12 hour full nights sleep at 3 months old. I've done this with my kids and walked so many friends through the process...usually with their 3rd babies when no one can even pretend to be super mom any more;) It's not too complicated and kind of feels like it's a lost art from our great grandmother's generation. It just seems that nowadays what was once obvious mothering is now a "technique." Feel free to be in touch...next time...I'll walk you through it...

Jstpeter said...

Absolutely, Kellie.

Jstpeter said...

Absolutely agree, Kellie.

kateh said...

Just like adults babies are individuals with a growing self. Whatever parenting strategies we attempt to adhere to may or may not be the best for our little diaper clad person.

I studied attachment theory a lot in grad school, and when I became pregnant was sure I would whole heartedly attachment parent (baby wearing, co sleeping, nursing, the whole shebang!). I have been very surprised by my son. His needs are his own and he expresses them on his own schedule. Which happens to be about the same times everyday! He has never slept through the night, and naps horribly.

And about a month ago, I had a gut feeling that he was wanting to sleep better and didn't know how. So I picked up the Sleep Easy Solution just to try it. The first night he cried for 50 min. And we checked on him often. Each night after that he cried less and less. He cries 5 min now and then coos for a bit and happily falls asleep.

Through this process I learned that it is more important to see, know, and assess your child as an individual, and to be flexible with ideology because each person is different. And the way we best love one another is by tailoring love to the needs of the other, even if it is not how we ourselves would prefer to be loved.

Edita said...

I am from Germany and the discussions are here the same.
Also the same range of opinions.
Interesting to read ...

So, for us (2 Children 6 Months and 4 Years) worked "the no cry sleep solution" Elizabeth Pentley.
I couldn't listen my baby cry, so I was searching for sleep training where the Baby isn't crying.
It worked.

I think the most important thing is, that you have to find out, what kind a person you are and then stay consequent.
If you like to have your baby in a family bad, its fine...
If you can not let your baby cry, then don`t do cry out sleep training, then it wont work.

If you are sure, its the best for you baby to sleep alone, then go for it.
If one wont's its baby to sleep alone, then the most important thing is to really stand behind it.
Otherwise the baby will feel, that you feel guilty and then think something is wrong here.

For me its a difference to encourage you baby to sleep alone, ore to sit next to the door and cry, because the baby is crying....
I am sure that kids can feel if you are serious with something or not... what I mean is authenticity.

I had a babygroup with my fist son. He is 4 now and I am still friend with the other 4 women.
What helps me a lot is to see, that, although we raised our kids different regarding sleep habits, or eating habits (another theater of war ;-) every single one is gorgeous...and well raised.
In the end, everybody has to become its right. The Child and the parents.

Edita said...

I am from Germany and the discussions are here the same. Especially about that topic.
Also the same range of opinions.
Interesting to read ...

So, for us (2 Children 6 Months and 4 Years) worked "the no cry sleep solution" Elizabeth Pentley.
I couldn't listen my baby cry, so I was searching for sleep training where the Baby isn't crying.
It worked.

I think the most important thing is, that you have to find out, what kind a person you are and then stay consequent.
If you like to have your baby in a family bad, its fine...
If you can not let your baby cry, then don`t do cry out sleep training, then it wont work.

If you are sure, its the best for you baby to sleep alone, then go for it.
If one wont's its baby to sleep alone, then the most important thing is to really stand behind it.
Otherwise the baby will feel, that you feel guilty and then think something is wrong here.

For me its a difference to encourage you baby to sleep alone, ore to sit next to the door and cry, because the baby is crying....
I am sure that kids can feel if you are serious with something or not... what I mean is authenticity.

I had a babygroup with my fist son. He is 4 now and I am still friend with the other 4 women.
What helps me a lot is to see, that, although we raised our kids different regarding sleep habits, or eating habits (another theater of war ;-) every single one is gorgeous...and well raised.
In the end, everybody has to become its right. The Child and the parents.

10park said...

I am due in about 7 weeks and will absolutely be using this method or the controversial "Baby Wise" Method to train my baby to sleep. I have read both sides and I am following my maternal instinct that this method will work for us because it fits into the way my husband and I want to raise our child. When researching for my own baby I asked my parents what methods they used in getting my brother and I to sleep and I can't help but wonder what a study on the outcome of adults that were co-sleepers with their parents or that were cry it out kids would look like. Somehow I don't think that there is any correlation between the success/happiness of adults based on how they were put to bed as a baby as long as it was in a loving home. I also think that NO ONE can remember how their parents did or did not sleep train them as an infant (maybe you have some memory as a toddler). What matters is being a loving caring nurturing parent to your child for the entire length of their lives (as my parents still are to me at 33!) Teaching or not teaching a baby to sleep is just a piece of the puzzle. Do what works for you- I believe that sleep training will keep my marriage happy and keep our home a loving and calm environment for our child to grow up in.

.sa said...

We tried sleep training a few times during the first year with our son, and I simply could not do it. It went against every nerve in my body.

And every baby is different, my sister has a daughter that sleeps through the night at 5 months without any sleep training. Lucky her is all I can say :)

I am now expecting our nr2 and hope that she will be more like my niece in her sleep patterns ;)... but I am not going to try any sleep training this time around.

I believe the most important thing is to listen to your baby and do what you feel is best for you all.
If going without sleep makes you crazy, then sleep training is probably the best option for you.

But to me, interrupted sleep and nursing through the nights for the first 18 months was something I was willing and happy to put up with, for the very short time in my life that my babies are babies.

What he ate, what I ate. said...

My baby is approaching her 2-month visit at Tribeca Pediatrics and today I received this in the "preparation email" that comes shortly before every well visit: "Sleeping: In 1994, when Tribeca Pediatrics first opened its doors, we recommended that parents begin sleep-training their babies at around the age of four months. However, to the universal delight, comfort, and sanity of our patients, we have discovered that sleep-training is even more effective if begun at two months. So please be seated to read the following: In three days, Harper will be sleeping through the whole night (upwards of twelve hours!), falling asleep in the early evening, and waking up with an adorable coo and a big smile at seven (AM). Yes, you read that correctly: In three days, done." When I read more on their site they state that "After any three- or four-hour fasting period, she’ll be hungry. You’re hungry in the middle of the night, too; it’s just that you learn not to eat because it’s good for your belly to take a rest. Well, it’s good for hers too." My husband is skeptical, but I think we will start trying it after our 2-month visit...

Bren said...

My almost 4 month old has her own little sleeping ritual: lights out, bottle feeding, some cuddling, then bathing, more cuddling, then sucks on her thumb, sometimes read a book and falls asleep with her white noise machine by her side. Sometimes she can put herself to sleep alone, other times she wants me to hold her until she knocks out. But I still feel like she is too young to do the sleep training. Or maybe I am not ready to have her cry for minutes or hours.

Bren said...

I just realized that she already has a sleep training routine after I read my comment. lol

Maddie said...

We started sleep training Gigi two weeks ago. We had a very similar experience to you. Now, she might grizzle a bit at night every few days for a couple minutes, but that's it. She's really good at putting herself back to sleep.

Where I'm really struggling is naps. She isn't able to put herself back to sleep. She cries it out for the remainder of the nap and I'm dying. She actually lost her voice. My perfect little 4 1/2 month old lost her voice. Today, I just popped her in the pram and took her on a walk and she slept for three hours straight. That's how exhausted she is! Because, she's only been taking 30 minute naps.

What have you done to help your little baby nap better?

Maddie said...

We started sleep training Gigi two weeks ago. We had a very similar experience to you. Now, she might grizzle a bit at night every few days for a couple minutes, but that's it. She's really good at putting herself back to sleep.

Where I'm really struggling is naps. She isn't able to put herself back to sleep. She cries it out for the remainder of the nap and I'm dying. She actually lost her voice. My perfect little 4 1/2 month old lost her voice. Today, I just popped her in the pram and took her on a walk and she slept for three hours straight. That's how exhausted she is! Because, she's only been taking 30 minute naps.

What have you done to help your little baby nap better?

kelli said...

I don't have a child but I've been working in France as an au pair with the same family since their little girl was 8 months old. They really swore by Tracy Hogg's The Baby Whisperer: Sleep book & I will for sure use this method one day when I have children. From what I read about sleep training (or "cry it out"), is that typically babies stop crying because they've just given up & feel like no one will come for them. That breaks my heart. Hogg's method really encourages training your baby to find their own confidence in putting themselves to bed. That doesn't mean entering the room every time he or she makes a noise, but we could usually tell by the sound of the cry when the little one really needed us.

Our routine went like this: 1) Put her into bed at roughly the same time every day. This way, her body developed a rhythm & would already be tired. 2) If she cries, we go into the room, & give a little hug or pat on the back to soothe, then leave the room again. 3) If leaving the room is simply out of the question (& it will be in the beginning) we would stand at a distance from her crib & quietly speak to her, encouraging her to find her sleep. 4) Once she's asleep, leave the room.

Eventually she will be confident enough on her own - you'll be able to simply say goodnight & leave the room. Anyway, this method wasn't always easy but it's been something that's really worked for us.

Alicia Costello said...

We were totally sleep trained. It was a fluke since we didn't officially call it that but it's essentially what we did. It took 2-3 nights to get him used to the idea and then for the most part night sleeping became a breeze. Minus an occasional illness or teething period. But we've recently sold our house and moved into an apartment and he's just not sleeping anymore at 20 months! It's pretty torturous but we don't know what to do since crying all night seems bothersome to the new neighbors but we are all zombies! I'm hoping it's just a phase based on the new place...but it's sure tough.

GOSIA said...

wow! so nice to read that! I feel like I'm a black sheep here. I'm also a mum of 3 boys (9, 6 and 15 months). I only tried this method with our oldest son and have remorses until today (although it worked TECHNICALLY). I guess it abuses, or I should say may emotionally "abuse" a child. No way to do it again.

Olivia inmelb said...

i'd just like to empahsise, (and Joanna Im sure you picked 6 months because Toby was eating solids successfully?), that a baby needs food, i.e. milk, through the night in order to grow and develop, and feel safe and secure- their body clock and digestion is nothing like an adults. Once they are eating proteins (i.e. have advanced through eating solids and are now onto protein foods) throughout the day it is possible to train them to sleep through the night if you wish. Before then you will find all experts agree it is not wise to deny them milk.
if you are feeding them and they cry on being returned to the cot that may be a different issue than food, i.e. they want comfort/security or cant fall back asleep without aides. The No Cry Sleep Solution book is a good start for understanding baby sleep needs and patterns.
Olivia

Olivia inmelb said...

i'd just like to empahsise, (and Joanna Im sure you picked 6 months because Toby was eating solids successfully?), that a baby needs food, i.e. milk, through the night in order to grow and develop, and feel safe and secure- their body clock and digestion is nothing like an adults. Once they are eating proteins (i.e. have advanced through eating solids and are now onto protein foods) throughout the day it is possible to train them to sleep through the night if you wish. Before then you will find all experts agree it is not wise to deny them milk.
if you are feeding them and they cry on being returned to the cot that may be a different issue than food, i.e. they want comfort/security or cant fall back asleep without aides. The No Cry Sleep Solution book is a good start for understanding baby sleep needs and patterns.
Olivia

Kristin said...

Worth a read just to see it from the other side: http://www.drmomma.org/2012/09/the-dangers-of-crying-it-out.html

The best way you can parent is to listen to your mama instincts! If you're body is telling you "no!" then you should listen :)

Lais said...

Hi Joanna,
I am not a mom yet, but I can imagine how hard it was the firts night! When I was growing up, I loved to watch Mad about you and this episode stuck with me. I never forgot how nervous Jamie and Paul were while listening to their tiny baby cry! When she finally falls asleep Jamie said "now she knows we wont always be there for her." wich is really sad lesson in a way, but SO SO SO important in many other ways! I was a kid myself when I heard this, and even then I knew how valuable it was to try to learn to do things on my own. Take a look: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz7pZwrmUPA

Well done Toby and you too!
xox
Lais

Candice Hartsough McDonald said...

I find that whatever works best for each particular family is the best thing for that family! When my baby was about that age (maybe older, I remember she was pulling up into a standing position), I found myself nursing her to sleep for an hour, sometimes an hour and a half, going to lay her down and then she STILL would snap awake and I'd have to start all over again. I was getting frustrated and angry. I wasn't too concerned with night-time wakings since it was so easy to just grab her and let her nurse with me in bed, but GETTING to bed was a nightmare! I read a very similar book to the one you recommend (I actually wonder if it might be the same, with a different title), and for us it was a life changing miracle. We had the same thing happen, with shorter and shorter periods of crying each night to the point where she (rarely) cries at bedtime any more. The thing that helped me the most was realizing she had no earthly idea why I would lay her down in a crib alone. She did not know what she was supposed to do! But letting her cry a bit, and going in to pat her back, but not allowing her up, showed her what she was supposed to do, and eventually it clicked. Every child is different, and maybe this sort of "training" isn't necessary for everyone. But it worked for our family, too, and made everyone so much happier. I feel threatened when people say you should "NEVER LET YOUR BABY CRY TO SLEEEEEEP!" Because I agree with you, babies also need to understand some challenges in life. That said I wouldn't use this method with a baby younger than 6 months or so.

Jaclyn said...

Jo, your post inspired me to finally be serious about sleep training my 7 month old son. I was honestly at my wits end when you posted about it. Literally crying in the morning when I had to get up with my baby because I was so tired and frustrated. I had tried to let him cry a few times, but gave in after 30 min. So, Tuesday night I let him cry when he woke in the middle of the night. It took one excruciating hour for him to go back to sleep. Wednesday night, he woke in the middle of the night and cried for 15 min and Thursday and Friday nights he slept straight through! Hopefully its not a fluke. Thanks for all the wonderful, honest posts about mothering. I look forward to them every Monday.

amanda&graham said...

Liesel! YES! THIS! This is fantastic. Bravo.

Why is it that women turn on each other in competition at the one time they should be supporting each other the most?

There is definitely as many ways to be a good Mum as there are babies in the world and I hate to say it but - to everyone out there, your way is not the "be all and end all" way. It is not the "only way". BUT! It is the perfect way for you, your baby/babies and your family. And that's all that matters. So, use what works for you, share your knowledge in a supportive way in case in helps someone else, BUT DON'T JUDGE THEM IF THEY DON'T DO IT YOUR WAY. Because their way is just as valid to them as yours is to you.

Support, people. We need to support. Not pull down.

Camelia W. said...

I know many people do this but I could never leave my daughter cry herself to sleep. I feel that if I do that, she will think I abandoned her and I don't cater to her needs. Babies love being cuddled and they feel safety when in their parents arms. My child is 2 years old, I had been rocking her to sleep for several months and at some point she just started asking by herself to be put into bed. I stayed beside her bed and talked to her and rubbed her back and she fell asleep, and that's how it's been going on since then.

George Eliot said...

Ugh.

Not being a mother, I have no agenda and nothing in particular contribute to this conversation. I just wanted to express dismay at so many mothers here, especially some of the "No-Sleep-Training" contingent like eastcoastbird above, whose posts seem really to be veiled ways to express how by refusing to let their little darlings cry a moment, they are better moms than the cry-it-out contingent.

"He is completely at peace, happy, and calm as he drifts off into dreamland"? How is this a helpful observation--or are you trying your reassure yourself?

jleestone said...

I am not a mother, and I too was disgusted by women attacking other parents' choices!

Ashleigh said...

We too loved Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Baby! Our boy sleeps 12 hours straight at night now, and two and half straight hours at naptime. No more crying, no more rocking, easy to bed and happy to wake!

HEJ said...

Joanna, Maybe i missed it...but how old was Toby again when you started the sleep training?

Hayley

HEJ said...

Joanna, Maybe i missed it...but how old was Toby again when you started the sleep training?

Hayley

Jessica Korner said...

can't wait for your nap post! hope to see it soon. :) am having a rough time helping my 6 month old learn to nap after success with night sleep thanks to the sleepeasy solution!

didi said...

oh this post couldn't have come at a more perfect time for me. We've been big on routine early on to get quiet for bedtime in hopes to establish good sleep pattern down the road. At 3 months he goes to bed around 7:30\8 bath\bottle\book\rocking wakes at 1am or sometimes later 2:30am then at 5:30am or sometimes later 7:30am
Naps are another thing right now. They're in spurts. And longer if he is in my arms or in babybjorn.


thelittlegnomeshome said...

I agree ladies. Babies cry for a reason - and perhaps yes it is only that they want YOU, their mother, their parents. They are small for such a short time. You are teaching them that their needs don't matter. I am sorry it breaks my heart to hear that people let a child/ baby cry. Why have children?

Read this - http://www.naturalchild.org/guest/pinky_mckay.html

thelittlegnomeshome said...

Agree with you ladies.....
A worthwhile link if you are so misinformed to believe in sleep training. http://www.naturalchild.org/guest/pinky_mckay.html

Lise Johnston said...

Time for the follow-up post on napping!

Katie Nunez said...

Hi!

I have a Daughter who just turned one in November and we have yet to sleep train her. We usually put her down for the night at 8:30, and she's up again at 11, and either myself, or my fiance rocks her back to sleep and we just hold her until we're ready to go to sleep. She sleeps in our bed and I breastfeed her to sleep (including naps!). Olivia is TERRIFIED of her crib, which is why I never pushed sleep training, however I would really like to start weaning her from breastfeeding and start getting her to sleep through the night. I am so scared to sleep train, mainly because I hate hearing her cry. I am also scared because I live in a townhouse so I don't want my neighbors to think I just like to let my child cry. Living in an apartment, did your neighbors ever say anything to you? Any advice for me? Also, if you don't mind me asking, are you still breastfeeding? Olivia will only fall asleep if she is in her swing, or if I feed her to sleep. And she won't take a bottle so it is always me that puts her to sleep. How are you putting your son to sleep for naps?

Thank you!

This Amsterdam Day said...

I just had a full night's sleep. Thank you. Bought the book, read the book, re-read the book through one terrible 1/2 hour of crying at 4am. Last night he cried briefly but then put himself to sleep. He woke up once for a few seconds but was able to put himself back to sleep again quickly. This definitely worked for us and our son. Thanks for the recommendation. It's a kind and easy-to-read book.

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Rebecca Winter said...

I HAVE to chime in here for HSHHC - his book changes our lives. Our son now sleeps for around 11.5 hours. The first time he woke up at 6am smiling, I cried of happiness. Great sleep training post! I'm so happy that you had an overall positive experience too!

Rebecca Winter said...

I have to chime in here for HSHHB. It changes our lives! The first time our son slept for 12 hours and woke up smiling, I cried. Actually. So happy to hear that others had such positive experiences too!

Dea sy said...

So nice :)

La Backpack

Missi said...

I used HSHHC while working as a nanny for infant twins. It really was extremely helpful. The breakdown of sleep changes by the child's development helped us plan our day, and allowed the parents and me to be prepared for the next changes (because as soon as you got used to one stage, everything would change again).

Lorene said...

We started to train our baby girl to sleep right from the beginning by following "The Baby Sleeps Tonight" from Shari Mezrah and it's amazing!!! Our baby girl wasn't waking up anymore during the night for a feed from 1 month old, she had her last feeding at midnight and was waking up at 6am. The only regret I have is that we didn't follow it at 100% as my mum was staying with us and I felt a bit judge sometimes, so we were not putting her to bed for her naps when the book was saying... Also I couldn't follow the feeding schedule completely as LO can not wait longer than every 3 hours for her feeding. We have some issues lately - that actually might have been here since the beginning to be faire - LO does not want to go in her cot for her naps, she just refuses to nap there. The thing is that she is exhausted, I can see it, she yawns, has red eyes, get cranky, rub her eyes, but as soon as she is in her cot it's over, she cries for more than half hour if needed, until we pick her up. The only time she sleeps is while breastfed, in carrier or pram... Anyone would have suggestions? We are desperate here xD
Otherwise we are really happy for the night pattern, everyone tell us how lucky we are and is so impressed, I will definitely do it again for next baby :)
Xxx

jrkimball said...

I find it upsetting that some have posted that thy have practiced the cry it out method at 4 months! 6 months is the youngest that the APA recommends doing this with, and even 6 months in my opinion is still so young. I understand the importance of sleep, but allowing your baby to feel abandoned (they can't rationalize why you've left them alone and only stop because they've given up on the notion of you comforting them) isn't worth it.

I just read a very sad account of a mother whose son passed away from SIDS and she expressed her relief in knowing that she had never allowed her son to cry it out, to feel alone, or to think she had given up on him while he was alive. This is where my mind and heart go on nights when I wonder why I'm awake at 3 am, gently soothing my daughter back to sleep. There are solutions, while possibly more time-consuming, that can work.

Rachel Page said...

I had a somewhat similar issue with sleep when our daughter was still a baby. By the time she was 8 months old she stopped wanting bottles at night, she just woke up out of habit. We didn't get enough sleep.

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city said...

thanks for sharing.

Tina said...

I know this is an old post, but I was wondering if you could write one on naps. Currently, I'm struggling trying to get my 3 month old to nap longer than 25-30 minutes.

Jennifer said...

I was on the fence about sleep training until recently. I think we all have to do what is best for the entire family and that includes rest and sanity. It's hard for me to judge anyone who sleep trains because my little guy has been an amazing sleeper from the get go and most nights we've gotten good sleep. I credit babywise with helping me follow an eat, play, sleep pattern and not letting him go too long without feedings. I also know he just has a very laid back personality. Lately we are going through a rough week with multiple night wakings and rocking him back to sleep does not work, the minute his head hits the crib he wakes up and cries. As much as I hoped we wouldn't cry it out I think it has become necessary. I don't mind rocking him and I preferred it to hearing him cry but now it is very clear he knows he can manipulate us and he isn't staying asleep in his crib. Thank you for writing on such a controversial topic. And those studies about sleep training not being good...who knows? We are all trying to do our best and what is best for our families - who can judge that?

kyracross said...

I think I have read every comment on here. I am excited to hear your your adventures when #2 comes along. I am currently exhausted with my 8 month old. She goes to bed okay but then waking up three times a night. Try to give her the passy to get her back to sleep but just continues to scream unless I nurse her back to sleep. Is this the separation period?! She has plenty to eat before she goes to bed so I know she's not hungry. Do I let her cry it out? I don't know...

Pretty In Primal said...

I think people don't understand the serious effects of long-term lack of sleep on health and safety. Going a year without adequate sleep is just a bad idea if it can be avoided.

After reading the wonderful book "The Promise of Sleep", by William Dement, father of modern sleep science, it became clear how dangerous it is to drive while sleep deprived (this causes more accidents than drunk driving by far). It only takes a second to doze off into an open-eye "micro-sleep", but that's long enough to run a stop sign or drift across a lane.

That's bad enough, not to mention how lack of sleep deteriorates mood and cognitive function, screws up hormone balance, and lowers the immune system. It also spikes hunger hormones, increases insulin resistance and lowers metabolism.

I truly thing sleep training is the most sane thing for the whole family. Babies need their parents to be healthy and rested, too! They're very sensitive to what they pick up on from mom and dad.

preeti said...

early stages of pregnancy women do feel sleepy during pregnancy. Ladies, your body is going through a lot of changes and you must realize that. It is hard work to carry all that weight on you and roam around for over 9 months. It is not easy; that is why you feel tired during pregnancy.

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wendy tarry said...

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Dr Igberase is like a father to the fatherless.. i never believed these will really make a change in my marriage, and i never have it in my thought that i could ever been with my husband Mr Devis after divorcing and ending our 33years marriage.... My life was upset i never knew where to start from when my husband broke up with me.....My name is Tanisha Devis from Poland but got married and live in Chicago USA, igberasespelltemple@yahoo.com is the right email address to contact for an urgent help in getting your lover back.... My husband and I have been together for 33years before he divorced me and i was so upset because i thought i have lost my marriage forever... i did all i could to please for my husband to bring me back home but all to be in vain.. i had to travelled away from my state because i was not having anywhere to stay because my home was not conducive for me to stay because my husband want me out of th house, i travel to a friend of mine in California, one night, when i was searching on a good spell caster results that help in bringing back lost lover's and husband's, i found an interesting story that was shared by Santana Valdez From Texas Huston, about a good spell caster called Dr Igberase,and how he helped her in getting her husban back home, and i decided to put a try in contacting him... he replied me back.. i thought at first these was just normal and he told me that i was going to get back my husband after a period of 28hours i still doubted him.... But today as i am sharing these good news is for me to express my experience to all the whole universe that these is a good spell caster that helps in bringing back lost lovers and he is (igberasespelltemple@yahoo.com) I am happily with my husband and my 3 kids, TARRY, WENDY, JEFF... great Atakpo i thank you for helping me to get my family back.... his email address is (igberasespelltemple@yahoo.com) Thanks, From Tanisha Devis, Igberase is my Granfather because he was always there for me when i needed him mostly and he is the reason why i am happy today.


mary said...

Hello I am Kale Nick, I am out here to spreed this good news to the entire world on how I got my ex husband back.I was going crazy when my love left me for another woman last month, But when I meet a friend that introduce me to punk max the great messenger to the oracle that he serve, I narrated my problem to Tako max about how my ex husband left me and also how I needed to get a job in a very big company.He only said to me that I have come to the right place were I will be getting my heart desire without any side effect.He told me what I need to do, After it was been done, In the next 2 days, My husband called me on the phone and was saying sorry for living me before now and also in the next one week after my husband called me to be pleading for forgiveness, I was called for interview in my desired company were I needed to work as the managing director..I am so happy and overwhelmed that I have to tell this to the entire world to contact Dr Kpelede at the following email address and get all your problem solve..No problem is too big for him to solve..Contact him direct on:kpeledesolutiontemple@gmail.com.
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kt said...

Melissa, I know this is a fairly old post / comment, but I am in the bay area & am interested in the contact info of this expert you recommend! Thanks - KT

sheline amada said...


Dr egbenakhue am so grateful, through the powerful money spell i purchased from you last week i was able to apply for a loan from the bank for both to start my own business and also to buy my family a house, i cant imagine yesterday i received a call from the bank notifying me that my loan on R4.2million was approved, i don't know how to thank you but your powers are beyond human imagination,if you need his assistance contact him via egbenakhuespelltemple@gmail.com

sheline amada said...


Dr egbenakhue am so grateful, through the powerful money spell i purchased from you last week i was able to apply for a loan from the bank for both to start my own business and also to buy my family a house, i cant imagine yesterday i received a call from the bank notifying me that my loan on R4.2million was approved, i don't know how to thank you but your powers are beyond human imagination,if you need his assistance contact him via egbenakhuespelltemple@gmail.com

sheline amada said...



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wendy tarry said...

I WANT TO THANK GREAT DR IGBERASE 2ND FOR HELPING ME WITH MY LOST HUSBAND DEVIS HOLLYWOOD...
Dr Igberase is like a father to the fatherless.. i never believed these will really make a change in my marriage, and i never have it in my thought that i could ever been with my husband Mr Devis after divorcing and ending our 33years marriage.... My life was upset i never knew where to start from when my husband broke up with me.....My name is Tanisha Davis from Poland but got married and live in Chicago USA, igberasespelltemple@yahoo.com is the right email address to contact for an urgent help in getting your lover back.... My husband and I have been together for 33years before he divorced me and i was so upset because i thought i have lost my marriage forever... i did all i could to please for my husband to bring me back home but all to be in vain.. i had to traveled away from my state because i was not having anywhere to stay because my home was not conducive for me to stay because my husband want me out of the house, i travel to a friend of mine in California, one night, when i was searching on a good spell caster results that help in bringing back lost lover's and husband's, i found an interesting story that was shared by Santana Valdez From Texas Huston, about a good spell caster called Dr Igberase,and how he helped her in getting her husband back home, and i decided to put a try in contacting him... he replied me back.. i thought at first these was just normal and he told me that i was going to get back my husband after a period of 28hours i still doubted him.... But today as i am sharing these good news is for me to express my experience to all the whole universe that these is a good spell caster that helps in bringing back lost lovers and he is (igberasespelltemple@yahoo.com) I am happily with my husband and my 3 kids, TARRY, WENDY, JEFF... great Igberase i thank you for helping me to get my family back.... his email address is (igberasespelltemple@yahoo.com) Thanks, From Tanisha Davis
, Igberase is my Grandfather because he was always there for me when i needed him mostly and he is the reason why i am happy today.

stella kyes said...


i just want to share my testimony here.. i was married for 15 years to my husband and all of a sudden, another woman came into the life of my husband.. he started hailing me and he was abusive..but i still loved him with all my heart and wanted him at all cost…then he filed for divorce..my whole life was turning apart and i didn't know what to do..he moved out of the house and abandoned me and my 5 kids.. so someone told me about trying spiritual means to get my husband back and introduced me to a spell caster called Kasee spell…so i decided to try it reluctantly..although i didn't believe in all those things… then when he cast the spell, after 3 days that he told me, my husband came back and was pleading..he had realized his mistakes..i just couldn't believe it.. anyways we are back together now and we are happy..in case anyone needs this man help, his email address onimalovespell@yahoo.com his spells is for a better life.

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beth said...

wow this (the cheerleading hooray we ignore our babies at night! comments more than the post) is actually revolting. I can't believe how callous so many mums could be. Me thinks they do protest too much.... (I have a 6 year old who sleeps fantastically, loves her bed and is totally independent at bedtime. We coslept til she was 2.5, never CIO-kids learn to sleep well alone but the time frame for this is years, not months. Don't like it? don't have kids! not so difficult is it?)

Monica Maxwell said...

Hello to every one out here,Am Monica Maxwell, from United States am here to shear my the unexpected miracle that has happen to me few days ago, I came across a post online talking about how she got her ex back to her with the help of the great spell caster who happens to be high Dr OSIAN, that he helped her though i never believe this because i was just wondering how could this be, but i gave my self hope and i contact the spell caster. this is the unbelievable that has happened to me this December I was happily married and we had three kids, we lived together as one because we both loved each other but before i knew it, my husband started acting funny and cheating on me later on, he told me that he cannot continue with me so that was how he left me and my three kids without , but there was noting i could do to stop him or bring him back to me I work so had to pay the children's schools fee and other responsibility i did this for good five years. I cry all day and night because i don't know what else to do to have my husband back to me until this faithful day i saw the post from on one site a woman testifying how the high priest helped her to get her ex back I just wanted to try my luck because i never believe it will work but to my greatest surprise, am singing a new song i contacted the great priest on 2nd of December and he told me not to worry because once he finish caster the spell, that i will get my husband back the unbelievable happened on Friday when i got a call and I was surprise to hear my husbands voice apologizing to me that he is so sorry for keeping alone and came back home and we are happy together again wow, i really appreciate your good work great Dr OSIAN, God bless you and your good work for there noting else i can say than to tell the world about you. So if any one is out here seeing this post and you have similar issue like this, worry no more and contact the only man that can help you this email:osianspelltemple@yahoo.com

Sandra cobe said...


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Dilara Agatha Adalina said...

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maria cooker said...

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SEOBloggersTips said...

I have read in many forums that sleep training is not that healthy as natural baby sleep….. is that true?

dicta moyes said...

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Amelia said...

"(Naps were another story, but that's a whole different post:)" -- did you write this post, then? Or, is it time now? We did CIO for night time hoping it would transfer into napping on his own as well, but nope.

Silver said...

My son (aged 4 1/4 now) has refused to sleep since the beginning. As a baby he would thrash his head from side to side if he started to drift off to sleep - he wants to be part of it all. In a perfect world (which we discovered when we travelled through Europe for a few months) he would run and dance tip 11pm/midnight, then sleep til 9-10am.
He stopped his day sleep not long after turning 1! and that was i the hands of daycare who had a policy that one year old have a day nap.

I tried every sleep technique, but if I left him he cried, hysterically - he did not stop, not after five, ten or 15 minutes (that was as long as I could manage). I simply could not parent like that. I am not judging those who can, I just cannot. Perhaps it is because his coming into the world was a slim chance - I had to have an operation to enable conception, then I serious complications during pregnancy, & he almost died in birth, and his first year was hard - 4 stays in hospital - so I could never care that I was tired, I could never care that my eyes were puffy. The most real thing is the memory of seeing his heart stop beating on a monitor.

Even now, I lay with him til 9pm when he falls asleep. It might be tough now, but one day he will read himself to sleep, and he will spend his weekends with friends - I just hope that by doing what he needs/wants now, he will always know that I will always do what he needs, I will always be here for him.

Of coarse, I am an older mother, and I live in a small coastal town and work part-time. being older it is not a financial need for me to work fulltime. It is entirely my own choice to raise my son the way I do, and so my sleepiness is the price I am prepared to pay for a kind and soft appraoch. Would I recommend it - probably not. Sleep training is certainly kinder on the family as a whole.

Maggie May said...

"well yes
i guess we must learn how
to sleep
and did you know
i heard that many adults in America
have insomnia and did you know
i heard
that many adults have insomnia
because they are afraid of the dark

well i suppose
this is a better incarnation-
metamorphosis of this memory-
than being afraid of the mother

well yes,
i might have mentioned to her
that i have cried until vomiting
from loneliness and despair, also

although i was lucky enough
to do so
in front of locked doors
not behind them."

nancy johnson said...

Hello my name is Nancy i cannot hide this amazing testimony that took place in my life on how a powerful spell caster called Dr Ogba help me to bring back my love who left me whit six month pregnant and went for a peace keeping at Holland we both love each other it was a shock to me and it real broke my heart i try to call him both his line was not going i try to reach him on social net work but he deleted me off, , but i try to reach his parent they told me that their son said that he does not love me again and do not want to see me and they do not no what is wrong, i cry and cry everyday because i love him very much, until i give birth and the baby was one year i could not find my love back again i was confuse i do not no what to do and i also lost my job no money to take care of the baby,i was measurable in life i contacted some spell caster they could not help me out, until i cried to mine sister and tell him my problem, and said that he knew of one powerful spell caster that help her when she could not get pregnant, okay i said let me try i contacted him through ogbapaullovespellcaster1@gmail.com i told him my problem and said he will help me and told me that a woman cast a spell upon my man and said he will help me broke the spell and my man we come back to me and be mine forever ,it was a greatest surprise to me that all what he said come to pass my man come back to me immediately saying that i should forgive him once again i am saying a very big thank to this powerful and real spell caster i pray for him to live long and do more of his wonderful work if you have any kind of problem disturbing you in life you have to contact this powerful spell caster ogbapaullovespellcaster1@gmail.com or call +2348146564532 he can help you.

joey said...


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Katherina Jim said...


My husband has abandon me and the kids for the the past 8months now, and refuse to come back because he was hold on by a woman whom he just met, for that, my self and the kids has been suffering and it has been heel of a struggle, but I decide to do all means to make sure that my family come together as it use to, then I went online there I saw so many good talk about this spell caster whose email is onimalovespell@gmail.com so I had to contact him and explain my problem to him and in just 3days as he has promised, my husband came home and his behavior was back to the man i got married to. I cant thank the spell caster enough for what he did for me, i am so grateful and i will never stop to publish his name on the internet for the good work he has done for me,once again his email is onimalovespell@gmail.com

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angela said...

My name is alisa i am from Dubai, i want to thank Dr.Magbu for the spell he did for me after i lost my husband to another lady at his working place, Dr.Magbu cast a spell for me and in 3 days my husband return home to my kids with so much love,if you need his help!! contact reunitingexspell@gmail.com

annie said...

There's really no sure truth about whether sleep training harms the child, but what came to mind when reading your post was the effect it could have on the child's attachment based on Bowlby's attachment theory.

During the first year of a child's development they develop either a secure or insecure attachment to the main caregiver based on how their needs are responded to, and sleep training gives mixed signals to the child. This could result in the child not being sure when they can rely on the parent and when not, and affect the way they handle and display their emotions. It's not a simple matter, and I realize it's very important for the child to get their sleep, but it's something to be considered.

Some people were concerned about tending the child at night becoming a habit that gets out of control. In response to this, sleep training is something that can be used after a secure attachment has been established, when the child is at least over a year old (it's individual though). Also to assure the child that they are safe to sleep alone (which can't be done to an infant).

As said, it's not certain, but it's a perspective to consider.

Love your blog xx

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Selina Jack said...

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Henry Westwood said...



I was been suffering hardshiply from HIV/AIDS since 9yrs now, and i happen to have 2 kids for my husband, and now we cannot proceed to have another kids all because of my disease and now i have do all what a human like i and my husband can do just to get my disease healed, i have went to several places to seek for help not even one person could ever help, until i melt a comment on the daily news paper that was commented by Miss Marilyn about how this powerful traditional doctor help her get cured of the disease (HIV-AIDS) " my fellow beloved" i firstly taught having a help from a spiritual traditional healer was a wrong idea, but i think of these, will i continue to stress on these disease all day when i have someone to help me save my life?" so i gather all my faiths and put in all interest to contact him through his Email address at agumaguspelltemple@gmail.com , so after i have mailed him of helping get my disease cured, i respond to me fast as possible that i should not be afraid, that he is a truthful and powerful doctor which i firstly claimed him to be. So after all set has been done, he promise me that i will be healed but on a condition that i provide him some items and obeyed all his oracle said. I did all by accepting his oracolous fact and only to see that the following week dr agumagu me on my mail box that my work is successfully done with his powers, i was first shocked and later arise to be the happiest woman on earth after i have concluded my final test on the hospital by my doctor that i am now HIV- Negative. My papers for check are with me and now i am happy and glad for his miraculous help and power. With these i must to everyone who might seek for any help, either for HIV cure or much more to contact him now at these following email now, Email: agumaguspelltemple@gmail.com

Erica donald said...

Hello my Name is Erica Donald I am her to share my experience with the world on how i got my love back and saved my marriage… I was married for 5 years with 3 good lovely kids and we lived happily until things started getting ugly and we had a fights and arguments almost every time… it got worse at a point that he filed for divorce… I tried my best to make him change his mind & stay with me cause i loved him with all my heart and didn't want to loose him but everything just didn't work out… he moved out of the house and still went ahead to file for divorce… I pleaded and tried everything but still nothing worked. The breakthrough came when someone introduced me to this wonderful, great spell caster Dr Ogba who eventually helped me out… I have never been a fan of things like this but just decided to try reluctantly cause I was desperate and left with no choice… He did special prayers and cast a love spell on him. Within 3 days he called me and was sorry for all the emotional trauma he had cost me, moved back to the house and we continue to live happily, the kids are happy too and we are expecting our fourth child… I have introduced him to a lot of couples with problems across the world and they have had good news… Just thought I should share my experience cause I strongly believe someone out there needs it… You can email him at: ogbapaullovespellcaster1@gmail.com you can call him +2348116144331..

gumbala said...

I really want to thank Dr Ero for saving my marriage. My husband really treat me bad and left the home for almost 1 month i was sick because of this, then i contacted eromosalspiritualtemple@gmail.com for help, they told me that my husband is under a great spell of another woman. They cast a spell of return back of love on him. And he came back home for forgiveness and today we are happy again, i want you all who are having relationship, ex and even husband problem to contact eromosalspiritualtemple@gmail.com

The Experimental Cook said...

One of the reasons I read your blog, is it's just so honest. I'm currently sleep training my 6 month old daughter and this first time has been rough. I didn't cry while she cried, but really wanted to! I give myself little projects that prohibit me from caving and racing in to cuddle her - like painting my nails. Just something that requires a little focus.

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