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Here you go:

http://drjaygordon.com/attachment/sleeppattern.html

I love his approach, but haven't done the whole thing. Need to try it again as our 10-mo-old has started waking 2-6 times a night again :(

I have a friend who is using it with her 12-mo-old with great success. Happy reading and, hopefully, happy sleeping!
 

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Just curious how you like the book. I saw it at the library the other day but didn't pick it up because it looked like if focused mainly on the family bed. We co-slept for awhile, but it just doesn't work for our family. Just curious if there is advice in it for those who choose not to cosleep. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by vespagirl125 View Post

I got the Dr. Gordon book on which the internet article is based....He strongly suggests that one wait until 12 months of age or older (the older the better, basically, while balancing the needs of tired parents). I like the first poster's suggestion that it will work well when everyone is ready. I have had to turn that into a mantra in our house. Our son doesn't seem ready yet at 16 months, but I am!! :)

Our approach seems to work best when husband and son are in the same bed in son's room --has gone three whole nights in a row without milk. When I'm there, though, he seems obsessed with boobies (my son that is, or perhaps my husband too --my husband would like them back, thank you very much).
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