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Oct 2, 2020


You Are 1-Click Away From Learning A New And Revolutionary Way Of Helping Your Little Bundle Of Joy To Sleep Longer, Through The Night And Calm Excessive Crying Without Losing Your Mind!

Whoever said children are a bundle of joy perhaps never had a colicky and ever crying new born that never goes for more than a few minutes without crying. Perhaps they didn't have a child who just never seems to spend more than 30 minutes to 1 hour sleeping. Having such a child can suck out any joy of parenting from even the most motivated of parents. And considering that children are just so demanding, it can feel like a helpless situation to be in, as the demands just never stop.

Sometimes you just want to take a break from it all and disappear, even if for a few minutes or hours, to re-energize, to reflect on your life, to just be alone and enjoy the moment.

How do you even find the space and time to do that when you have the kind of children that no one ever wants to have – those that cry all the time, never sleep, are too clingy, seem always tired and irritated?

How do you get your little one to calm down when he/she is highly irritable and be able to sleep longer without a fuss and without doing something that you feel guilty about?

If you have these and other related questions, let me let you in on a secret: there is another way of getting your new born to sleep longer, to be less irritable and to stop crying excessively.

And this book will show you exactly how to go about it.

A report in Questia demonstrated that young babies cry approximately 1 ½ to 2 hours a day, and that improving their sleep can help reduce their crying. And another study published in 2017 in "Brain & Language" showed that infants were better at remembering new words if they slept right after hearing them, which suggests that sleep improves language encoding and retention.

You see, raising a happy baby doesn't have to be difficult.

In fact, it's easier than you think.

Here is just a tiny fraction of what you'll discover:

How to ensure that your new born baby gets enough sleep

How to enforce good sleeping habits into your child

What experts say about sleep and a baby's happiness

The relationship between sleep and your baby's happiness

How to soothe your baby when it is feeling restless

Why taking care of your child's hygiene is important, including practical tips

Whether breastfeeding or bottle-feeding is better for a healthier, happier child

How nutrition affects your baby, and which foods you ought to feed it before going to sleep

Why children cry when going to school and what you can do about it

Powerful tips to help your baby overcome external factors that could be affecting their sleep

And much, much more!

Take a second to imagine how you'll feel once your baby grows into a healthy, happy child, and how your family and friends will react when they see the bubbly little person they've come into.

So even if you're frustrated with your baby's constant crying without any apparent cause, you can achieve happiness with Happiest Baby.

Indeed, your seemingly complicated problem may have a very simple solution!

And everything is laid out in easy to follow, beginner friendly style to help you start applying the information contained in the book without needing any external assistance!

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Oct 2, 2020

Informazioni sull'autore

Heather Cramp writes about raising children, empowering parents, and helping families grow together. She is the author of three books: Happiest Baby on the Block, Happy Baby, Expecting Better. Each of these works dives deep into the challenges parents face today when expecting and raising newborns, and fully explores unique yet approachable methods for preparing hearts and minds for the insurmountable joy and emotion that comes with being a parent. The core of Heather’s philosophy is the conviction of living as a servant leader. This theme echoes throughout her work, and is fundamental for new parents to embrace as they prepare to  bring new life into this beautiful world we all share. By leading and serving together, parents will understand not only how to relate to their young ones, they will also learn how to keep them calmer, sleep better, and develop more fully. Through relatable stories, touching poetry, and scientific sources, Heather weaves a tapestry of personal development not found in other parental guides. The result is a testament to the power of better sleep, clear parental objectives, and most importantly, a family full of love. When she’s not writing, Heather enjoys being in nature, raising animals, and spending time with her wonderful children.

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Happiest Baby - HEATHER CRAMP

Happiest Baby

The New Guide To Help Your Child Sleep Well At Night. Poems and interactive Support to Calm the Crying and Help the Newborn to Sleep Longer and the Child until School Age to Sleep Better


Heather Cramp

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Table of Content


Take care of your little kid sleep so your newborn sleep well

How to put in place good sleep habits in a baby?

Some expert opinions and advice

Sing Poems and other ways to sleep your baby

What are the best ways to soothe your baby?

Taking care of baby’s hygiene (nail trimming, cleaning cord, nose cleaning, etc.)

How to swaddle your baby for a good night?

Cloth diaper vs. disposable diaper, in which one your kid feel happy?

Breastfeeding vs. bottle feeding, which one is easier for a child?

How to soothe a baby with colicky pain

Know more about your baby

What are the different diseases and ways to keep your child away from and its Treatment

Taking care of your baby bath and cleanliness

Healthy Foods for kids

Numerous foods that babies took at night helps them for peaceful sleep

Must-to-eat Nutrition for kids for better growth and happy life

Handling Your Baby

Why do children cry when going to school?

What problems do your children face at school age?

From what they are afraid of that they start crying at night?

A Quick Guide

The new guide to help your child sleep well at night

5 S’s New smart ways

What Support Does Your Child Need?

Step by step instructions to put your child to sleep

Medical conclusion by dispensing with cow/soy milk for about fourteen days

Why Do Babies Hate The Shower Time?

Happy kids vs. sad kids

How to raise happy kids?

Play with your children

The Master Key to Happy Children


Frequently Asked Questions



Nurturing a joyful, happy, and healthy baby is one of the greatest perplexing works a parental can have in addition to one of the maximum worthwhile. Up till now, a lot of us don't style child-raising with equal attention as we would give for a workplace career. We may turn on our intuitive responses or else practice the similar child-raising methods our parents used, either these were in effect nurturing abilities or not.

Parenting is never an easy job as to handle a newborn child who does not know how to express or talk about the feelings and problems; just the only way is crying. The new parents can’t able to understand the issues related to their child and resort to it. To have the happiest baby is the most important duty of the parents. Although childcare is one of the utmost pleasures in the life cycle. Caring our kids is expected and instinctive; on the other hand, perceptive about in what way to parent them is a talent put together on understanding.

So far, new era parents frequently have tiny childcare practices and minor practical support from family and friends. That is problematic for the reason that tiredness and the anxiety of child-raising can activate a host of severe concerns, counting breastfeeding letdown, accidents, post-delivery depression, fatness, spousal fight, nervousness and numbers of baby sleep demise respectively and every single year. Dancing, swinging, white noise, holding, singing, rocking, swaddling, pacifiers, and feeding are the ancient ways to get the baby sleep or to soothe the crying baby. Most babies cry for the reason of hungry, sleepy, diaper changing time or colic pain.

What is the happiest Baby?

Your child is healthy, has busy days with many activities and stimulants, and you love him unconditionally. But do you ever wonder if he's happy?

During the first six months of life, your baby is perfectly able to show you if he is happy or upset. His face lights up with a smile as you enter the room, and he screams when someone grabs his favorite toy. He goes from laughter to tears and vice versa so fast that you have trouble keeping up.

Try not to worry if your baby seems to spend more time screaming than laughing. Babies do, indeed, experience despair before happiness. To communicate with you, your baby knows only crying or sad expressions of the face. You are thus warned that his diaper is dirty, that he is hungry, or that he is suffering. As the baby gets older, it can express feelings more easily with words and body language.

How can I help my baby express feelings?

Young babies can only express their feelings by crying. As your child grows up, you can encourage them to name their feelings and express them in words. Young children learn very quickly words that indicate emotions, such as happy or angry. Even if you think that before your child learns to speak, you can show him face illustrations and ask him what expresses his feelings.

Please remember, it is absolutely normal for your child to feel sometimes hypersensitive, addictive, or nervous. It may be that his habits have been disturbed or something has disappointed him. This will happen more frequently when he is older. If your child sulks in a corner during a birthday party or cries because he was not invited to a birthday, do not ignore his feelings. He needs to know that it is normal to feel unhappy; sometimes, it is simply part of life.

How to cope with the unhappy mood of my kid?

In the first year of life, your baby learns so much: how to sit, crawl, grab things, walk and talk. These skills are long to develop. You must let your child make mistakes during his learning and encourage him to persevere. Even if he feels frustrated, even angry, in the beginning, when he gets his way, he will feel happy to have succeeded and more confident.

By letting your toddler feel all these emotions, you will help him build an inner strength that will help him become a happy child.

How can I make my baby happy?

If a colorful mobile fixed to his bed and a little gymnastics can rejoice, it is your presence that makes your baby the happiest. To communicate with him, share his games because if you have fun, he will have fun too!

Play is also a great way to develop essential skills for your child's future happiness. When he grows up, indulging in different games help him to imagine what he will do later. Building houses with cubes, having fun in your little kitchen with a stove and spatula, that's enough to give you career ideas.

How can I help it grow and develop?

The happiest individuals are often those who have succeeded in acquiring a skill. It takes time and a lot of effort to really master something. For example, when your child gets to write his name for the first time, congratulate him. He will really appreciate it because he will have worked hard to make it happen. He will also be proud to take on new challenges if he sees that you are interested in him.

More importantly, perhaps, he will learn that he can control his life. If he really wants to, he can do it all. This will continue to help him on the road to happiness in adulthood.

Does his health affect his happiness?

A lot of sleep, exercise, and a healthy diet are essential to the well-being of everyone, and even more so to the growing children. By allowing your toddler to release his energy, you will promote his good mood. Let him raise his legs in the air, go on all fours to catch his ball, or run in the park.

Also, be aware of your child's need for structure. While some babies and toddlers are very easygoing, most are happier and more reassured when they have an established routine.

Does my mood influence my child?

Yes. Whatever it is, children are influenced by the mood of their parents. Even toddlers tend to reproduce the emotions of their parents. When you smile, your baby smiles, and his brain becomes programmed to smile. It is normal for parents of young children to feel tired and sometimes overwhelmed. But if you constantly feel frustrated or depressed, it's better to get help.

How can I teach him how to make others happy?

By the age of 10 months, your baby can understand how rewarding it is to help others. If you give him a piece of banana, let him give you one in return. Show him how happy his gesture is. If you brush her hair, let her brush yours too. These little moments can encourage her to share and care for others.

With the gradual growth of your kid, you can give him some simple tasks, like putting dirty laundry in the laundry bin; you will help him to feel how important his participation is.

When you start thinking about the space where your baby will sleep at night, or how to decorate the nursery, it may be helpful to keep in mind these few safety tips:

Make sure the small crib you choose is deep enough to keep your baby safe. Check that the bars are not more than 45-65 mm apart (a small tip - a horizontal soda can must not be able to pass between the bars). Inspect the bed to prevent splinters. When he gets to stand up, make sure there is nothing your baby can use as steps to get out of bed.

If the bed is very old and painted, remove all the paint and repaint it. Why? Because some old paintings may contain lead. If your child is breathing lead or vapors, or if he swallows anything containing lead, he may have lead poisoning. This disease causes neurological problems and a learning delay. Lead poisoning affects around 885,000 children under 6 years of age, around the world.

Make sure the mattress fits perfectly in the bed; there must be no dangerous gaps in the corners. Be wary of decorative elements at the headboard and feet, so your baby does not get hurt or gets caught in an arm or leg.

Carefully lay your child on your back to reduce the risk of sudden infant death.

Do not use a pillow in the bed. For a safe night's sleep, your child needs to lie on a firm, flat surface.

When you are not in the room with your baby, remember to block the removable part of the bed (if you are equipped with this system).

Install the crib away from windows, radiators, lamps, wall decor, wires, and furniture. When it becomes a little touch to everything, these objects can become dangerous.

Avoid curtains and blinds with cords or flares - hanging cords carry a risk of strangulation. If you have some, be sure to hang them up.

As soon as your baby can grow on his hands and knees, you will have to remove all the toys hanging over the bed. Also, put the mattress in the lowest possible position so that it does not come out of bed when it can stand up.

When the height of your baby becomes equal to the height of the bars, it is an indication to switch to a bigger bed.

Always stay with your child when he is on the changing table. To prevent any risk of falling, you can put the change mattress on a large bed (by placing a sheet or a towel).

Keep hygiene products such as lotions or wipes within reach of your hand (right or left depending on your case) but with non-immediate access for baby.

Choose nightwear made of natural and resistant materials. Make sure the pajamas are not too long, or the socks are too slippery if your baby starts to shoot or starts to walk.

Secure the cabinets and shelves securely to the walls so that they do not collapse on your child. For the same reason, always think about closing the drawers.

The different phases of sleep in the baby

Babies go through several phases during their sleep, just like adults. From drowsiness to light sleep, to dreams and deep sleep. Then conversely: from dreams to light sleep, to drowsiness, and so on. The dream phase is also called paradoxical sleep. Adults and children perform an average of 5 sleep cycles per night.

REM sleep

These phases of sleep are visible in the baby well before it comes to the world. Dreams appear in about the sixth or seventh month of pregnancy.

You can easily distinguish a sleep filled with dreams from a calm, dreamless sleep in your baby. When he dreams, his eyes move in all directions under his eyelids, the rest of the body is still, except for occasional jolts, and his breathing is irregular.

Newborns dream much more than adults. The paradoxical phrase represents 25% of sleep in adults. According to Dr. Richard Ferber, an American expert, fetuses spend 80% of their sleep time in the paradoxical phase, and once born, 50%. This rate drops to 33% at the age of 3, and to 25% between 10 and 14 years. It is thus thought that paradoxical sleep is an important moment of integration of experiences. It is, therefore important for a baby in full growth and full development.

The phase of calm sleep of the baby

In a calm sleep

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