Having a newbaby can be a joyous time. However, it can also be a time you do not get a lot of sleep. Now with the Goodnight Sleep Trainer you can teach your baby to sleep through the night. This system was developed by a pediatrician so it is safe but always check with your doctor before trying anything new. You can see results I 2-4 days and full night of sleep in 2 weeks.
The sleep trainer works by using various choices throughout the night. You Push "Down to Sleep" at bed or naptime. Then you push "Up to Play" when sleep time is over. Push "Crying" if baby cries between the two to start the progressive time. When your child falls asleep, stop the timer by pressing "Down to Sleep" again. If the short timer finishes briefly, comfort your child and then press "Done Checking" to restart the timer. Your baby will gradually learn to fall asleep on his or her own. This product will be a life saver to parents everywhere so buy one today for that expectant mother you know or the new mom who is not getting much sleep.
The Goodnight sleep trainer is available at thinkgeek for $29.99.
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