Today's moms are looking for that 'normal' schedule that their baby should follow. This e-book allows you to be as stringent or flexible as you and your baby want to be to get there. It's not a one-size-fits-all solution.
Westerville, OH (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
For most parents, the decision to become a stay-at-home mom or dad is one that doesn't come lightly. It takes financial planning, household management, and a great support network to survive on a single-income budget, and some families take years to get it all balanced. However, thanks to a national unemployment rate that now exceeds 8 percent, many families are finding that the decision to stay home with the kids is one that has been made for them - and they couldn't be happier.
With these types of changes, however, come a few challenges. Not only are parents adjusting their own lifestyles in the face of a changing economy, but children have to face the adjustment, as well. And in many cases, the children are the first to suffer, especially when it comes to the big issues: food, mood, and sleep.
Nicole Johnson, CEO of child sleep advice center Pick Nick's Brain, has built a business around the idea that every parent - and every child - can get through the transition. "Today's mom has more to do than moms of prior generations," says Johnson of her approach to working with struggling parents. "Even if she does get eight extra hours suddenly appearing in her day, she needs predictability to help her plan. It's the only way she'll survive."
According to Johnson's anticipated e-book release, Mastering Naps and Schedules, getting a baby on a good napping schedule is often the first step to that survival.
Many new stay-at-home parents feel that they have to force everything to conform to the same rigorous standards they use in the business world. Johnson asserts that there is a better way. "Today's moms are looking for that 'normal' schedule that their baby should follow. This e-book allows you to be as stringent or flexible as you and your baby want to be to get there. It's not a one-size-fits-all solution."
In an attempt to reach out to new stay-at-home parents and other moms and dads struggling with the issue of baby and toddler sleep, Mastering Naps and Schedules is slated for a release date of May 26th. Pick Nick's Brain will lead up to the release with a series of free tele-seminars and discussion forums to address the benefits and challenges of baby nap and sleep schedules.
As many parents will agree, this release is just in time. Getting babies on a healthy schedule before school lets out for the year is one of the best ways for the entire family to enjoy what might be the first summer they've had together in years.
About Pick Nick's Brain:
Pick Nick's Brain offers personalized sleep training solutions for babies and toddlers struggling to get the rest they deserve. Through a combined approach that includes everything from comprehensive e-books and one-on-one consultations to regular blog updates and sample sleep schedules, the experts at Pick Nick's Brain have been able to help countless children - and their parents - start sleeping better during the day and at night.
Every approach from Pick Nick's Brain is tailored with individuality in mind. The company never offers one-size-fits-all advice or passes judgment on individual parenting philosophies. They can be visited on the web at http://www.picknicksbrain.com.