The Baby Sleep Site™ Launches New Toddler Sleep Book

Most baby sleep books lead you to believe it's only babies who have sleep problems, but toddlers come with a whole new batch of sleep problems. The Baby Sleep Site™ announced a new book dedicated to toddler sleep problems called “The Tired Parent’s 5-Step System to Better Toddler Sleep,” written by Nicole Johnson, baby/toddler sleep coach and site owner.

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Toddler Sleep Problems

Many sleep books suggest that toddler sleep issues should be a thing of the past, but toddlers actually come with a whole new batch of sleep problems.

Westerville, OH (PRWEB) October 18, 2010

Today, The Baby Sleep Site™ (http://www.babysleepsite.com) announced the launch of its new toddler sleep book, “The Tired Parent’s 5-Step System to Better Toddler Sleep,” written by Nicole Johnson, baby/toddler sleep coach and site owner.

“Many sleep books suggest that toddler sleep issues should be a thing of the past, but toddlers actually come with a whole new batch of sleep problems, like early morning or night waking, nightmares, an unwillingness to stay put at bedtime and more,” says Ms. Johnson. “This book gives parents a complete toolkit of strategies, advice, schedules and sleep logs that will help get them back in control and get the sleep they all need.”

The Tired Parent’s 5-Step System to Better Sleep is the newest addition to The Baby Sleep Site’s collection of sleep books for babies and toddlers. It features easy-to-execute solutions for toddler sleep challenges, such as

  •     How to know when to transition from two naps to one, and then to none
  •     How to transition to a big kid bed
  •     Whether to let a toddler cry-it-out or not
  •     How to break a toddler’s dependence on Mom or Dad when falling asleep
  •     How to help a toddler sleep through the night and wake after the sun comes up
  •     Knowing the difference between night terrors and nightmares and what to do
  •     Knowing which sleep coaching method is the best for the family
The book is available to new parents at http://www.toddlersleepswell.com and comes with a sleep case study about twin toddlers and two tele-seminars: the Basics of Toddler Sleep and Advanced Concepts in Toddler Sleep. Parents can also package in a personalized consultation with Ms. Johnson.

About Nicole Johnson and The Baby Sleep Site™
Nicole Johnson is a sleep coach and the owner of The Baby Sleep Site™ (http://www.babysleepsite.com), specializing in baby and toddler sleep products and consulting services. She also offers targeted sleep guides, free, to an even broader audience through sister sites http://www.sleepthroughnight.com, http://www.babynapschedule.com, and http://www.toddlersleepschedule.com. Nicole is a wife and the mother of two boys. With a B.A. degree from UC Berkeley and an MBA from Ohio State University, Nicole has also received an honorary degree in “Surviving Sleep Deprivation,” thanks to her son’s “no sleep” curriculum. She has become an expert on infant and toddler sleep and has made it her mission to help other parents solve their child’s sleep problems, too.

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