Table of contents for No-cry nap solution : guaranteed, gentle ways to solve all your naptime problems / by Elizabeth Pantley.

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Part One ¿ Nap Magic
Naps: The Key to a Happy, Healthy Child
Important Facts You Should Know About Sleep
Create Your Sleep Logs and Your Nap Plan
Part Two ¿ Newborn Babies 
Growing into a Napping Rhythm
Nap Facts ¿ Newborn Babies
Nap Tips for Newborns
Part Three ¿ Solving Napping Problems
Cat-Naps ¿ Making Short Naps Longer 
Nap-Resisters ¿ When Your Child Needs a Nap but Won¿t Take One 
Shifting schedules ¿ Changing from Two Naps to One Nap 
Shifting schedules ¿ Time to Give up Naps?
Changing From In-Arms Naps to In-Bed Naps
Naptime Nursling ¿ Falling Asleep Without the Breast, Bottle or Pacifier
Swinging, Bouncing, Vibrating or Gliding ¿ Transitioning from Motion-Sleep to Stationary-Sleep
Helping your Newborn Tummy Sleeper go ¿Back to Sleep¿
How to Use Swaddling for Naptime
Changing Car Naps to Bed Naps
Colic Care ¿ Helping Your Baby Get Comfort from Naps
Special Situations: Questions and Answers 
Could it be a Sleep Disorder? When to Call a Doctor
Part Four ¿ Keeping Naptime Safe
Sleeping Safety Checklists
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sleep disorders in children.
Children -- Sleep.
Infants -- Sleep.
Naps (Sleep).
Parent and child.
Child rearing.