GypsieLee I will find the exact reference for you later, I just happen to be on right now and ds is sleeping so I can't get the book, but there is an APA commission that was recently appointed to look into the adverse affects of the BabyWise method. Apparently there have been several cases of malnourished babies due to a feeding schedule. I have a friend who advocates the book and gives it to a lot of the mothers in our congregation (although I have to say that our religion advocates more of AP style parenting). Unfortunately both her boys have both sleep and trust issues.
I don't know if this is the type of info you were looking for but I personally did read the book and thought it was interesting that he's not an MD even but is advocating the type of information that should be discussed with a Pediatrician before starting it. In fact the APA in that study made it a goal to inform pediatricians to help them find out if their patients were using the method and to make them aware of the potential dangers.
One other thing, I think it's so interesting that he writes from such a male point of view. On the other hand, I did think some of the ideas were actually good (don't hit me anyone, let me explain). Like trying to keep a newborn awake longer during feedings and being aware of overstimulation being a cause for baby becoming cranky and not able to get to sleep easier. I read sooo many sleep books, references, interviewed people, etc. and I finally came to the conclusion that no one book could possibly say how every child should be treated, every person is so different and their needs are different.
Anyway, cute baby btw, I popped onto your website.
PS I'm not really sure how this kind of a method could possibly be advocated by Heavenly Father. I believe he's a kind, sensitive, caring/loving Father and is our model for how He wants us to help raise his children.