- Copertina flessibile: 320 pagine
- Editore: Lomhara Press; 1 edizione (9 luglio 2017)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0997580801
- ISBN-13: 978-0997580808
- Peso di spedizione: 481 g
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Precious Little Sleep: The Complete Baby Sleep Guide for Modern Parents (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 9 lug 2017
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“In the pages of this book, Alexis Dubief becomes the friend that we all wish we had to guide us through the mysterious world of infant sleep. Her advice is grounded in science and bolstered by her experience working with many families, but it’s also practical and empathetic, and best of all, FUNNY. She’s created an indispensable guide that is a pleasure to read, even – or especially – for sleep-deprived parents.”
Alice Callahan, PhD, author of The Science of Mom
“This is a book I will recommend to every parent I work with. Precious Little Sleep captures Alexis’s common sense approach to sleep, along with her delicious sense of humor, compassion and straight talk to help any parent who is looking to begin their parenting journey with a plan for supporting their child’s healthy sleeping habits and for parents already “in the soup” when it comes to baby and sleep. It is a book long overdue and is sure to bring comfort, to parents longing for answers and solutions concerning kids and sleep.”
Vicki Hoefle, author of Duct Tape Parenting: A Less is More Approach to Raising Respectful, Responsible, and Resilient Kids
“Dubief's book is as no-nonsense yet funny and compassionate as the blog that led to it. It's the most thorough book on baby sleep out there that relies heavily on the evidence, doesn't force advice on parents or patronize them, and, above all, doesn't pile on the guilt. Dubief speaks with an authority borne of experience and relying heavily on the most current scientific research -- without the bias of cherrypicking studies found in so many other baby sleep books. With super-short, digestible sections and lists galore, the book is specially formatted for the reduced cognitive abilities of the most sleep-deprived zombie-parents. And since almost no new parent can read a book cover-to-cover, a quick guide even suggests what to read first based on the reader's situation. Dubief's anecdotes reassure parents that they're not alone but that hope exists for a (quasi-)normal life again. Her upbeat, understanding tone never speaks over parents' heads or down to them. In short, she gets it. And for that, every reader will be grateful.”
Tara Haelle, coauthor of The Informed Parent: A Science-Based Resource for Your Child's First Four Years
“If you have a baby, you need to laugh and you need to sleep. Maybe in that order. Precious Little Sleep gives you seriously large doses of both. Alexis Dubief's hilarious, no-nonsense approach to baby sleep pretty much saved my life.”
Tracy Cutchlow, author of Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science
“I admit to not having always abided by the sleep rules with my children, but I would have been much more likely to do so had I read something that presented them with such humor. Despite the author's childhood dream of becoming "a professional horse jockey millionaire who marries Erik Estrada," her thoughtfulness and easy-to-digest writing makes me glad she opted for the "lady who writes a sleep book" path instead. “
Raquel d’Apice, author of Welcome to the Club: 100 Parenting Milestones You never Saw Coming
Alexis Dubief gave birth to her first child in 2006 and quickly realized that sleep – or a lack thereof – was suddenly the bane of her existence. Yet no book, website, or community seemed to have ready answers. Figuring that “this shouldn’t be so hard,” she spent the next five years researching and analyzing infant and child sleep. Combining scientific evidence with insights gleaned from working with thousands of families, she founded the Precious Little Sleep blog/podcast in 2011. In just a few short years, this passion project meant to demystify baby sleep blossomed into a popular online destination for sleep-starved parents from all over the world, garnering millions of hits annually and inspiring a loyal following. Dubief holds a Master of Finance and an MBA from the University of Colorado. A trail runner and Spartan racer, she writes and rabble rouses near Burlington, VT, with her husband and their two boys who are growing up faster than she would like.
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As a new mom, I found myself wanting to obsess over every detail of my daughter's new life - is she eating enough? are her poops the right color? is this too much crying or not enough? is she getting enough sleep for her to brain to develop properly? - and on and on. Finally, I realized part of my obsessing was due to a lack of sleep - typical during the newborn phase. I wanted to make sure my whole family was able to get enough restorative nighttime rest to be fully functional during the waking hours - enter Alexis Dubief.
Alexis Dubief's writing makes you feel like your funny friend, who happens to be a baby sleep wizard, is having coffee with you and teaching you all the secrets to helping baby sleep. And when you're worried about whether you're doing the right thing, she's got piles and piles of research to explain the WHY of baby sleep, to help you feel confident you're making the best choice for your entire family's future.
Now, my 3 year old is a dream sleeper. We've traveled all over the world, different sleeping situations, different time-zones, and she has always gone right to sleep - thanks to Precious Little Sleep and the habits we began when she was a baby. My mother-in-law once commented, "I've never seen a kid who ENJOYS going to bed at bedtime, except this one!"
So buy this book, then buy a few extra to give as new-mom gifts.
HA. Ha. haaaaaa.
My first child woke up every two hours around the clock for the first three months of his life. The sleep deprivation that happened had me hallucinating, and I was quite likely unsafe to drive anywhere at all. I bumped into the walls in our hallway so often, they were the tired parent version of a bowling alley's gutter bumpers. Keep me upright, headed toward the baby's room.
Enter Alexis Dubief. I met her when said baby was 5 months old, and she put our sleep issues to rights SO fast. She was so understanding, friendly, and helped me think through things when I was far too foggy-brained from sleep deprivation to put the pieces together myself. She was nonjudgmental, supportive, and had evidence to back up her methods. I knew we'd made the best decision yet for our child after we all began sleeping better, but it was confirmed doubly when my son woke up singing and happy instead of screaming.
I followed a lot of the newborn advice for my youngest and got through a lot of the early baby issues with way less problems than my first.
I've gotten through the book in 2 days - the way she writes is so relatable and understanding. It's like having a sleep guru as a friend.
This is a must have for any parent.