Author: Elizabeth Pantley

Elizabeth Pantley is a mother, grandmother, and author of the bestselling book, The No-Cry Sleep Solution and 8 books in the No-Cry Solution series, which helps moms and dads through all key stages of parenting.

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~   You might love your newborn with every cell in your being, but when you first meet you don’t know anything about this brand new person, and your baby doesn’t know you. During the first few weeks is...

Babies understand more than you think. Your little ones may not be able to talk, but they have use of five amazing senses and a rapidly forming brain to process all the input that surround them. From birth, babies are built to absorb information, and they do so at an...

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~   If your baby is having excessively long naps, then shorting herself on night sleep, start having your baby take her daytime naps in a room where she can hear the noises of the day, perhaps in a...

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~ Every baby is unique, and just like adults, they all sleep differently from one another. There are so many different factors that affect how a baby sleeps, it’s almost impossible to compare one to another – and I...

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~   Babies love to be carried – but parent arms get tired. A baby carrier can be invaluable during the first two years of your baby’s life. There are many types and styles to choose from, so take...

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~ Babies love new places! There’s so much to investigate and new things to touch. But many people aren’t too happy to have your little one crawling or toddling freely about the house exploring everything in sight. While you...

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns Mothers have always crooned their babies to sleep with lullabies, fathers have sung nursery rhymes to their toddlers, and families have made folk music a part of everyday life. Why? Because music is calming, music facilitates language development, and...

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