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No-Cry Solution Series Author

Elizabeth Pantley is a parent educator, mother of four, and the author of the now-classic baby sleep book, The No-Cry Sleep Solution, as well as six other books in the series, including The No-Cry Separation Anxiety SolutionThe No-Cry Potty Training SolutionThe No-Cry Discipline Solution, The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution, plus other successful parenting books. She is known worldwide as the practical, reasonable voice of respectful parenting.

Wait, what? Crawling is a huge part of babyhood! Every parent wonders when their baby is going to start crawling and how they can get their baby moving. Yet it is not a milestone? Sitting unassisted, standing, and cruising from object to object ... these are physical developmental milestones, but crawling – nope, not on the list! Crawling is not considered a milestone is because not all babies crawl.
It’s Potty training
You’ve decided that the time is here. Your child is ready. You’re ready. So what’s next?
Help Your Child Sleep Longer and Better
Parents have many ideas about how to help their little ones sleep better, and one of them is to keep their children up late to make them extra tired for bedtime. They hope that if their child is “really tired” he will sleep better. The problem is that this often backfires — because the child becomes over-tired. Keep doing this and he could become chronically sleep deprived.
Encourage Daily Naps
By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns
  Is there anything more exasperating than dealing with temper tantrum? Is there anything that makes you feel more helpless than watching your tiny child scream, kick and lose control, and being unable to stop his distress? It may be less baffling if you learn where these emotions originate.  
Can My Child take Care of a Pet?
  Children can benefit from having a pet in the house, and pets can add a layer of joy to the family.
kids have fear of the dark
Does she think monsters are going to get her when the lights go out? This can make bedtime particularly unsettling.


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