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New Sleep Book for tired mums and dads

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Following on its huge success in Ireland, No Fuss Baby and Toddler Sleep is now availale in the USA. The publication is an absolutely practical guide that will prove a god-send to families. Niamh O’Reilly (Ireland's leading sleep coach) wrote the book with frazzled caregivers in mind. No Fuss Baby and Toddler Sleep does exactly what it says on the tin, providing sensible, straight forward advice without jargon or mystery that every parent, guardian or carer can implement to help child – and family – sleep.The book is available from selected stores nationwide and on Amazon for USD21.00

About the book: With just under 11,000 babies born per day in the USA, it makes for a lot of exhausted, harassed, and emotionally drained parents wandering around trying to make sense of the world they find themselves in! Be it perplexed first-timers or over-extended second- or third-timers, any issues which disrupt a child’s rest have a knock on effect on the entire family and can seem intractable. Niamh O’Reilly combines the practicality of Mary Poppins, the humour of Mrs Doubtfire and the magic of Nanny McPhee to bring the family back from the brink of total sleep deprivation– and ease the daily toil for Mom or Dad.

Through her work with hundreds of families, Ireland’s leading sleep coach, O’Reilly has developed an effective and intuitive approach to helping babies and children learn to gently put themselves to sleep without endless nights of crying or making parents feel that they are abandoning their baby.

As an expert in all aspects of children’s sleep habits, her book No Fuss Baby and Toddler Sleep helps: establish an age-appropriate sleep schedule, teaches your baby to self-settle, and encouragesyour baby to sleep for longer periods. It also deals with issues such as early waking, managing short naps, and behavioural and dietary factors.

What makes this book unique is Niamh’s belief that parents know their children best and that with her help they can achieve better sleep for the whole family.

About the author: Niamh O’Reilly has spent over 15 years working in childcare and has a wealth of experience with babies and toddlers. She ran her own childcare facility for seven years before becoming a special ‘sleep doctor’, as Tom Dunne described her, for the many children who have difficulties settling and getting good rest. Niamh is a very relaxed and experienced media contributor and has appeared on national TV and radio over the years. She also, on occasion, writes for newspapers and magazines on children’s sleeping and other behavioural issues. Niamh is currently the Sleep Expert with, Ireland’s website for practical positive parenting.

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