Sunday, April 1, 2018

Sunday Post - 4/1/18

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~this meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~ It's a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.

Another week down. Tuesday I took the kids for a walk. I've been nervous about doing it because I wasn't sure Baby Boy would stay in the stroller without me having to end up carrying him which isn't easy while still pushing Little Girl in the stroller. Also Little Girl wasn't interested the last time we went because she wanted to get down and walk instead. But both kids did great. The flowers were in full bloom which just added to the pleasantness. I can't wait until the weather is stable enough for us to do this every day. Wednesday I had a post op follow up with my doctor. That went well. Little Girl spent the day with Grammy while I took Baby Boy with me. Thursday we went for a walk and that afternoon/night both kids started sneezing and coughing. Saturday we spent time over at Grammy's house to dye eggs, and today we will be hunting eggs after church. Happy Easter to all. Also, not that he reads my blog, but a happy birthday to my nephew who is turning sixteen today too!

THIS PAST WEEK:

Monday: DNF Review of Ice Wolves (Elementals, # 1) by Amie Kaufman
Wednesday: Can't Wait for The Simple Wild by KA Tucker

UPCOMING THIS WEEK:

Monday: Review of Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday?
Wednesday: Can't Wait for Wednesday

Don’t forget to link up for the 2018 Series Enders Reading Challenge! You have until December 15th, 2018 to sing up. Each month there will be a giveaway for those participating with an end of the year giveaway too! Click on the picture below or the link above to find out more!

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga's Reviews.

Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems

By: Richard Ferber

Expected Publication: May 23rd 2006 by Touchstone (first published 1985)

464 pages

Genre: Non-fiction, Parenting, Self-Help

Source: Personal Kindle Library

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Goodreads description--The completely revised and updated edition of the all-time bestselling book on children’s sleep problems, with important new insights and solutions from Dr. Richard Ferber, the nation’s leading authority on children’s sleep problems.

Does your child have difficulty falling asleep? Wake in the middle of the night? Suffer sleep terrors, sleepwalking, or nighttime fears? Have difficulty waking for school or staying awake in class? Snore, wet the bed, or head bang?

In the first major revision of his bestselling, groundbreaking classic since it was published, Dr. Richard Ferber, the nation’s foremost authority on children’s sleep problems, delivers safe, sound ideas for helping your child fall and stay asleep at night and perform well during the day.

Incorporating new research, Dr. Ferber provides important basic information that all parents should know regarding the nature of sleep and the development of normal sleep and body rhythms throughout childhood. He discusses the causes of most sleep problems from birth to adolescence and recommends an array of proven solutions for each so that parents can choose the strategy that works best for them. Topics covered in detail include: Bedtime difficulties and nighttime wakings, effective strategies for naps, sleep schedule abnormalities, a balanced look at co-sleeping, new insights into the nature of sleep terrors and sleepwalking, problems in setting limits, and sleep apnea, narcolepsy, bed-wetting, and head banging.

Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems offers priceless advice and concrete help for a whole new generation of anxious, frustrated, and overtired parents.

That's it for my shelves and recaps of my past and upcoming week. What did you add to your shelves this week? Any bookish news you want to talk about? Let me know!

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