Turns Out it's Okay to Let Your Kids Cry it Out When Sleep Training

by Parent Co. June 14, 2016

In our era of more anxious parenting, there’s a lot of debate about what has come to be called sleep training, that is, behavioral techniques for getting a baby who is 6 months old or older to fall asleep alone and sleep through the night... If what we really mean is, parents should do what they’re comfortable doing, and our job as pediatricians and pundits is to help them feel confident in their parenting, we have to accept that different families will make different reasonable choices.
Source: Parents Shouldn't Feel Guilty About Training Babies to Sleep - The New York Times


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