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The Mommy MD Guide to Getting Your Baby to Sleep!

MMDG to GYBTS Cover Front DraftMore than 500 tips that 35 doctors who are also mothers use to get their own kids to sleep!

Sleep Better—Tonight!

The Mommy MD Guide to Getting Your Baby to Sleep is filled with more than 400 tips that 38 doctors who are also mothers use to help their families sleep better. Combined, these doctors have centuries of experience as physicians, and among them they have 85 children and 18 grandchildren.

The Mommy MD Guide to Getting Your Baby to Sleep offers advice on all aspects of baby, toddler, and preschooler sleep. You’ll read how Mommy MD Guides faced the challenges of nap strikes, sleepless nights, illnesses, and crying. You’ll also learn how Mommy MD Guides celebrated success when their babies slept through the night, transitioned their toddlers from cribs to beds, and were able to enjoy date nights with their husbands. These Mommy MD Guides generously shared the wisdom and tips that they learned in their own lives to sleep better and live well.

Each chapter opens with a special section featuring information about a particular topic, a motivational message, and a justification for a celebration. The book also features the following four types of sidebars. When to Call Your Doctor sidebars offer critical information about when to seek medical help. Mommy MD Guides–Recommended Product sidebars feature products that Mommy MD Guides found invaluable in helping them to get their babies to sleep. MomMy Time sidebars suggest ways for moms to relax, de-stress, and love life! Baby Sleep Pro sidebars offer tips by baby and toddler sleep expert Rebecca Kempton, MD

Order the ebook here, the paperback here, and the audiobook here!

 

 


The information on MommyMDGuides.com is not intended to replace the diagnosis, treatment, and services of a physician. Always consult your physician or child care expert if you have any questions concerning your family's health. For severe or life-threatening conditions, seek immediate medical attention.