A couple of weeks ago we answered a letter from a mom who was nervous about the guilt she would feel about sleep training her baby who she knew needed the help. We get an update on how our advice worked out for her family.
A nine month old baby is refusing to drink his bottle and instead waking up more often in the middle of the night hungry, right at the developmental stage when his parents were expecting to get more, not less sleep.
The young child of a recently separated couple is facing separation anxiety at bedtime especially after some inconsistency in the nighttime routine. Should his mom stick to his regular schedule or give in to his co-sleeping requests?
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