Giveaway #2: “No-Cry” Books by Elizabeth Pantley

The No-Cry Sleep Solution

Hope you have enjoyed reading the book review on The No-Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley. The author is generously sponsoring Mummy’s Reviews’ Giveaway #2!

You stand to win TWO books of your choice from the “No-Cry” series, a wonderful way to help you in your parenting journey.

How to Participate

  • Subscribe to Mummy’s Reviews in a reader or via email (existing subscribers counted)
  • Send an email to me with the following information:
    • Your name
    • Facebook nickname, if any
    • Titles of TWO “No-Cry” books you’d love to have (Visit here)
    • Blog URL, if any
  • To get EXTRA entries:
    • 1 extra entry: First 3 participants (Hurry!)
    • 1 extra entry: Become Mummy’s Reviews fan on Facebook (existing fans counted)
    • 5 extra entries: Blog about this Giveaway
    • Unlimited number of extra entries

Other Information

  • This Giveaway is open to subscribers with a mailing address in the U.S. or Canada.
  • It will run until 15 Feb 2010.
  • Winner will be chosen randomly, his/her name or nickname posted on Mummy’s Reviews in February 2010. (Check your Reader or email to see if you are the winner.)
  • Winner needs to send his/her shipping details to me via email.
  • If winner does not respond in 7 days, another winner will be selected randomly.
  • The usual Giveaway Terms apply.

Send in your entries now and good luck!

Note to Mummy’s Reviews’ readers who stay outside of the U.S. or Canada:

If you have a relative or friend staying in the U.S. or Canada who can help bring / send your prize over, feel free to participate in this Giveaway too. The No-Cry books provide very valuable knowledge for parents.

15 thoughts on “Giveaway #2: “No-Cry” Books by Elizabeth Pantley”

  1. Awesome! I entered and am going to post a blog about your giveaway too!

    I’ve got a giveaway for an autographed copy of No Cry, along with other great stuff on my blog too, open til Tuesday night, if anyone wants to check it out. People can enter to win just by commenting, and a winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday.

    See my Freebie Friday entry here: http://womanuncensored.blogspot.com/2010/01/freebie-friday-is-here_22.html

    Thanks for the opportunity to get more of her books! It would be awesome to read and review them ๐Ÿ™‚

    Oh, and PS, I subscribed to your feed, I think I forgot to mention that in my email ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. You’re a lucky Mummy indeed! ๐Ÿ™‚ It’s only on rare nights that my boy wakes up twice to nurse. The night before was great, then last night was lousy. At 6a.m., he didn’t want to nurse back to sleep and actually stood up! (He usually sleeps at 9-10p.m. and his day starts at about 9a.m.)

      I love it when he takes long naps, then I can work on the laptop beside him. He is also more well-rested and cheerful. One of Pantley’s ideas is to help the baby go back to sleep when he wakes up prematurely from his nap. A good nap is at least 1 to 1.5 hours. Depending on your baby, you may try nursing / feeding, motion or patting. After he gets used to long naps, the assistance can be gradually reduced. Good luck! ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Hi,

        I was pretty quite surprised whe I read in one of your posts that your baby is already potty trained. I read somewhere that children below 1.5 years of age are not ready to be potty trained yet.

        very very interesting! and am sure it would save us hundreds on diapers if we can potty train our kids earlier.

        Will you be posting a review on Pantley’s potty training book?

      2. Hi Jamie, Vee is in the early potty training stage and still in diapers, not yet potty-trained. Since 7-8 months, he has gotten used to sitting on the potty every morning and at every diaper change and has learnt to relax and pee / poo in the potty. I have also learnt to tell from his expression when he needs to poo and bring him to the potty straightaway. If he doesn’t have anything to let go, he’d use his body language or hand signs to let us know that.

        He is cloth-diapered full-time, so we save a lot of money on diapering him. The slight wetness that he feels on the microfleece or bamboo layer helps him be more aware of his body output; and research has shown that cloth-diapered children are potty-trained earlier than those on disposable diapers. (Read our reviews on cloth diapers here.)

        We are now teaching him the words for pee and poo so that he can initiate use of the potty. He needs to gradually gain control of his body before being able to go off diapers completely. Hopefully, he’d reach that milestone by his 2nd birthday.

        After I finish Pantley’s book and use more of her ideas, the review would be posted. Stay tuned. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. 14-16 Feb was Lunar New Year celebrations, then followed by Vee’s birthday celebration the whole of yesterday. I just found time to breathe and the boy is catching up on his sleep. First time that he is yet awake at almost 11a.m.! Got to wake him soon and yes, conduct the lucky draw within the week. Good luck, Jamie! ๐Ÿ™‚

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