Gentle Goodnights, Dancing Sleep Method is multitasking at its best! You will lovingly get your nursing baby down for sleep while at the same time mom is getting her daily exercise. Gentle Goodnight works by matching your baby's current energy level before nap or bedtime. With the volume and beat of the music and how fast you are dancing you will gently be able to bring down the baby's energy level to relaxation and then finally to sleep! Age, weight, temperament, dancing preferences of baby and mom, room preparation and precautions, supplies, distractions, everything is taken into consideration! Because the way we raise our children shapes their future, start them off with a Gentle Goodnight.
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.14(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This method works and it is fun, you and the baby won't dread nap or bedtime anymore! Dads, grandma, grandpa or caregivers can use this method too. Enjoyed picking out songs to dance my baby to.
I love it! Babies do reach a stage to become resistance to sleep, even, when obviously sleepy! Oh, how I wished this method had been in existence when my children were babies! I was a great dancer! I loved dancing! I would have been dancing the Cha-Cha-Cha to Sam Cook's "Everybody loves to Cha-Cha-Cha" with my babies. This is a wonderful program for young mothers!
Gentle Goodnight came into my life at a very difficult time. I was very sleep deprived since my son was 7 months old. He was 11 months when I got the book. I felt like well let's give something else a try cause I had tried other methods without success. Well the first chapter I started at 7 pm and didn't put ithe book down till 12 am!!! Finally a book and author who understood my struggle. I didn't feel like a bad Mom, and I could dance with my baby and have fun. Then he would yawn and drift of to sleep. It took more training then normal because I had moved out of town and lived in a motel and then moved into a house all in a span of 7 months. Well I persevered and today my son is sleeping through the night from 7 am to 7 pm. Thank you Lyssa Armenta, you are my sleeping angel :-)