I LOVE Tiffany Reisz's books. She's an excellent story teller and her characters are complex, but fun to follow.
This narrator was horrid. She confused her French and English accents so that certain characters were incomprehensible (particularly the editor's wife, who is supposed to be British but ended up sounding like characature of a Transylvanian vampire).
Loved the book itself.
Come on audible, either get narrators who can do accents well or have the narrators skip the accent entirely. You're ruining great books this way.
This is closer to Cry It Out than I would have liked but the tips they provide about desired schedule, preparing for bed and getting the sleeps space just right made a big difference without even getting to the CIO part. I asked my pediatrician before I tried this and the minute I mentioned sleep, she suggested this book (I had alread bought and listened to 2/3rds of it). The first night wasn't as rough as I feared and every night since has been a breeze. As suggested, I adapted it to what I thought would work best for me and my baby and didn't do the entire program exactly as recommended. However, I'm sleeping a little bit more and my baby is sleeping A LOT more. I miss comforting him every night, but I really believe he wasn't getting as much sleep as his little developing self probably needed before.
Witty & Fun. I listen to this one over and over again. Love this book and the next one in the series. Can't wait for the third. The narrator is awesome and the story is great. I highly recommend it.
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