Didn't want to r&r, i'm not sure as have never used a book, however your lo is still tiny, I think she'll prob settle into a routine between 8-12 weeks by herself, worrying about it now will just add more stress imo, which is the last thing you need in these early months xx
I'm afraid I can't recommend a a particular book, sorry. But at your lo's age my dd was in no routine whatsoever with feeding, sleeping etc. I just let her take the lead and she has set her own routine with everything, feeds every 3 hours, naps 3 times a day and likes to go to bed between 7-8pm. Your lo will find her own routine and will decide to sleep through when she's ready, my lo still doesn't sleep through
Well, it depends on your approach. The only books that promise to teach LO to sleep through before 6 months will involve either holding off food or letting them cry. Suzy Giordano promises 12 hours by 12 weeks but that involves holding off their food.
If you are interested in a more long-term approach without either letting them go hungry a bit or cry, check out the No Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley that starts around 4 months.
I read "Save our Sleep" ... it was really good for me during the early days, as I found it gave me a good guide to follow. Arielle was sleeping through until she hit about 4 months.
Now I've stopped following it, as its not really suiting my schedule but I am also having trouble with getting her sleeping through, so will probably have another quick read soon to see about improving things!
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