Most parenting pros agree that somewhere between the ages of three and four months, babies become physically able to sleep through the night, but the consensus ends there. But what's the real deal on letting babies cry it out?
How do you unlock the mystery of good childhood sleep habits and teach your baby how to fall asleep and stay asleep? There are several schools of thought. Here's what today's bestselling authors on the subject have to say.
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