So your baby won’t sleep? If you have an infant in the house then you probably feel like you aren’t getting enough sleep. It’s sometimes even worse when you have an infant and a toddler because after staying up late trying to get your infant to sleep, your toddler will come wake you up early in the morning.
If you have an infant that isn’t sleeping at night then this post is for you. I just finished listening to “Baby Sleep Solution” by Chris Towland. Several weeks ago Chris was kind enough to send me a copy of his program. We are way past the infant stage in our house but I recall, with agony, the nights of listening to a crying baby, not knowing what to do, and even arguing with my wife over whether or not we should go in and comfort the baby as opposed to waiting for a few more minutes.
Chris Towland put together The Baby Sleep Solution to help parents in this situation. He doesn’t waste precious time in this audio program. It’s 35 minutes long and covers 18 key tips along with 5 primary methods that you can use to get your baby to learn to feel comfortable falling asleep on his or her own, without mom or dad in the room. He gives you a variety of tools because not every baby will be trainable in the same way. In other words you need more than one tool in your toolbox.
I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect from this. I guess I wasn’t sure that a 35 minute audio file could do much to help. I was wrong. It’s jam packed with useful information. I’ve been in the position that many of you are in now. The lack of sleep is brutal. If even one of these ideas solves your baby sleep problems then Chris Towland will be your new hero. As a side-note, I have to say I really enjoy listening to British accents. His audio is relaxing to sit through.
You can check out his program here. It has my two thumbs up. By the way, it also has a 60-day money back guarantee that I know (for a fact) is honored. So there is no risk here. If your infant starts sleeping well then you can come back to me in two years when you’re dealing with the terrible twos.
Enjoy your children,