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by Gary Ezzo

Download Preparation for Parenting: Bringing God's Order to Your Baby's Day and Restful Sleep to Your Baby's Night eBook
ISBN:
1883035090
Author:
Gary Ezzo
Category:
Parenting
Language:
English
Publisher:
Growing Families Intl (May 1, 1990)
Pages:
202 pages
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1550 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
837


I hear stories of other babies (and even young children!!) who take 20 minute catnaps during the day or sleep no more than 3 hours at night, and I wonder how the parents survive. I also feel so bad for these babies!!

I hear stories of other babies (and even young children!!) who take 20 minute catnaps during the day or sleep no more than 3 hours at night, and I wonder how the parents survive. I also feel so bad for these babies!! When they do not get the sleep they need, they can not grow and heal and learn etc at the proper speed and ease! I think they must feel like I did for 8 weeks and that was not good!! One concept I learned from the book that I think all people really need to learn is self discipline

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On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep is a Christianity-based infant management book written by Gary Ezzo and pediatrician Robert Bucknam in 1993

On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep is a Christianity-based infant management book written by Gary Ezzo and pediatrician Robert Bucknam in 1993.

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The principles in it are very easy to follow and again doesn't fall to the extreme ends of parenting styles. I appreciated that the book stressed the importance of maintaining our marriage and how much a healthy marriage can positively impact our child's life. The first third of the book discussed the psychology behind various parenting styles throughout history and the psychology major in me enjoyed that part very much.

On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep is an infant management book written by pediatrician Robert Bucknam, . and co-author Gary Ezzo in 1993. Baby Wise presents an infant care program which the authors say will cause babies to sleep through the night beginning between seven and nine weeks of age.

It became known as ‘On Becoming Babywise’ and Robert Bucknam MD replaced Anne Marie Ezzo as co-author.

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1995) On Becoming Baby Wise: Learn How Over 100,000 Babies Were Trained to Sleep Through the Night the Natural Way, Multnomah Books, ISBN 0-88070-775-5.

The book was published in 1990. The material presented in Baby Wise is not radical or new, it is simply a re-articulation of various practical methods which are reminiscent of parenting styles advocated by some Evangelical as well as secular (such as Tracy Hogg.

Preparation for Parenting (Along the Infant Way) CD series is the first of a six part series that has gained national and international recognition for its immensely sensible approach to parenting a newborn. Coming with the applause of over two million parents and twice as many babies worldwide, Preparation for Parenting provides a prescription for responsible parenting. The infant management plan offered by the Ezzos, successfully and naturally helps infants synchronize their feeding/waketime and nighttime sleep cycles. The results? You parent a happy, healthy and contented baby who will begin sleeping through the night on average between seven and nine weeks of age. Learning how to manage your newborn is the first critical step in teaching your child how to manage his life. The series consists of 1-CD set (6 sessions on 6 CDs) and 1-Student workbook
  • Keramar
I used the PDF method for my first babies which were twin boys. They were in ICU for 16 days before I could bring them home. I did alot of pumping while they were in there. The funny thing is ICU had put the boys on a schedule already. 7 a.m., 10 a.m. etc. for every three hours of the day. I thought I would use all the milk I pumped once they got home but I never needed it. I continued the 3 hour schedule when they got home from the hospital sometimes waking them to eat. I nursed them both at the same time and I never had to supplement and I used the PDF schedule for 16 months. They were thriving and healthy boys with an incredible appetite not to mention wonderful sleepers. They did sleep throught the night when they were 8 weeks old. I decided to not use the PDF method with my 2nd boy. I was going to try the demand feeding thing. What a mistake. He did not sleep through the night until after he was a year old and he wasn't any fatter than my twin boys. In fact, he didn't gain any more weight than did the twins and he was eating all the time. Here is the key to success... The feedings are about quantity and quality time. I would feed my twins for about 45 mins to an hour whereas my demand fed baby would only nurse for 20-25 mins. I used PDF for my next 3 children after my first three and I have had wonderful, happy, healthy, babies who take a nap when you lay them down. Thery are very peaceful sleepers. My demand fed baby is still not a good sleeper to this day and he is now 12. I give this book to all new moms and I tell them to take what they think would be helpful and discard the rest and do not let the clock rule you. Knowing when you can run an errand and not worry about when the baby will wake to eat is a BIG peace of mind not to mention peace for all the other family members. Thanks for reading! Betsy
  • SkroN
I didn't know it came with a full cassette tape set. Won't be using those in 2017 and makes the book bulky and heavy, only reason why I didn't give 5 stars. No markings in workbook pages.
  • Thoginn
Wonder book for the first time parent. will be read many times foy other children
  • Doriel
During my first pregnancy, this book was recommended and loaned to me by a friend. As I read the book, I thought the schedule idea would be easy. However, the first 8 weeks of my child's life were torture! For us both!!

I could not stand to hear him cry it out; he had much more endurance than I and would cry entire naptimes!! Every mother in my life (except that precious precious friend who gave me the book) acted as if I were horrible for many things especially waking a sleeping baby and not rocking him to sleep. I tried to please everyone for 8 weeks meaning I followed all of the book's principles except the cry it out. One Thursday morning during his 8th week, I woke up, yet again, with a terrible headache, a sore throat, and was exhausted. I re-read the book that day and started following the principles strictly! I sat outside his room and cried with him for 2 hours with his afternoon nap that day. The next 2 days while he screamed, I made myself busy, so I would not change my mind. The following Sunday morning I woke up refreshed!! It felt like Christmas!! He'd slept all night!! He is now 20 months old and has only woken me up in the middle of the night on 3 occasions - all of which were due to illnesses (constipation, the stomach virus, etc).

I hear stories of other babies (and even young children!!) who take 20 minute catnaps during the day or sleep no more than 3 hours at night, and I wonder how the parents survive. I also feel so bad for these babies!! When they do not get the sleep they need, they can not grow and heal and learn etc at the proper speed and ease! I think they must feel like I did for 8 weeks and that was not good!!

One concept I learned from the book that I think all people really need to learn is self discipline. The author says the book teaches parents self discipline just as much as it teaches them how to set a schedule for their baby. I think if you can't let your child cry it out in order to learn to get a good night sleep, will you leave the store without that candy bar as they cry? Will you give into your teen who cries to stay out with the wrong crowd all night? This concept has helped prepare my heart for proper discipline and love even after he learned the AMAZING skill of sleeping!

I am now 7 months pregnant with another baby boy and I look forward to implementing what I've learned. I feel no guilt this time around for letting him cry it out. I can see the fruits of my labor and am beyond thankful for the friend who suggested this book to me. I see other friends turn their noses up at my suggestions or think I'm a terrible mother, but my 20 month old is happy and healthy and well disciplined and sleeps 3 hours during the day and 10 hours at night without any complaint. He is growing and learning so much every day! And his mama gets to sleep all night long. Every night! And I think I'm a better mother for being able to parent with a refreshed brain each day.

I would recommend this book for anyone and everyone! I bought this copy to have to loan so I can be a friend to someone like my friend was to me.
  • Talrajas
We used Ezzo couple's methods for all our children and it worked wonders for us. Our first child's night and day were switched and we were suffering from sleep deprivation when mothers from church recommended this to us. At two weeks old we were able to restore day and night into proper order, and the baby started sleeping through the night at 6 weeks. Our second child slept through the night at 3 weeks old using this method. Highly recommend its practical methods, even if you may disagree with the philosophy. If you are a Bible-believing Christian you will love the philosophy section too.
  • Siramath
This is just one of those books that is information overload. I simply wanted a book to tell me exactly what to do...did not need to know the philosophy behind sleep, etc. I finally found another book that got my son to sleep through the night called "Moms On Call". The sleeping part of MOC is only 5 pages! Preparation for Parenting is an entire book on sleep training.
  • Daron
Good book!
Excellent resource for new moms!