Are you a parent in need of sleep? Are you a friend or relative of a mother and father who is desperate for a good night sleep? Today’s post is for you!
“Secrets of a Baby Nurse How to Raise a Happy, Healthy and SLEEPING Baby from Birth” By Marsha Podd, R.N. is a little gift from heaven! I have personally worked with Marsha over the phone. Our three year old (at the time) was having a hard time sleeping all night. She was traumatized by a hail storm we had a few summers ago and slept horribly since. I was referred to Marsha from my sister-in-law who had trouble getting her baby to sleep.
Marsha helped them to get baby to sleep all night after one phone consultation. I was ready to hear what Marsha had to say about our situation. We talked to her and within two weeks we were all sleeping peacefully through the night again, THANK YOU MARSHA!
This amazing woman knows her sleep and I will forever be thankful I called her. This book is very exciting news! People can now pick refer to this book for her helpful tips on how to get baby to sleep! There are answers at your finger tips for those 3am “What do we do with this crying baby” moments!
Here is what the back of Marsha’s book says..
Every new parent has been there—sleep deprived, exhausted, and pacing the floor at 3:00 a.m. with an irritable baby who is having difficulty calming down and going back to sleep. In Secrets of a Baby Nurse, a medical professional relies on scientific research, personal study, and a lifelong adoration of babies to provide parents with valuable tips that will help their baby sleep; leading them to discover the delight of a well-rested, tranquil, and happy child—and most importantly, a good night’s sleep for everyone.
Marsha Podd, a seasoned maternal-infant nurse, lactation specialist, and expert on baby sleep shares her professional expertise in reading the body language of thousands of babies in order to teach parents how to help their baby sleep better .You will learn how to interpret a baby’s cues, create a perfect sleep environment, and initiate a peaceful detachment. In addition, you’ll learn how to:
• ensure a healthy womb environment
• encourage a newborn toward daytime wakefulness
• build consistent daily rhythms around sleep and food
• observe and react to your baby’s signals
• avoid postpartum depression
• stay in a routine and still have a life outside the home.
Secrets of a Baby Nurse offers step-by-step, practical advice that will help any parent create a serene, joy-filled relationship with their child.
You can find this book on Amazon.
Have a great day and happy sleeping!