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On the following pages, Baby Love 'graduate' families share their stories of encouragement and success with you. These families have personally experienced the negative implications of sleep deprivation and they have personally implemented our sleep training and are now reaping the benefits of well rested nights which results in a happy family!

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Nina Boonzaaier (4 months, went onto Baby Love from day 1)

Nina Boonzaaier (4 months, went onto Baby Love from day 1)

Hi Jacqui

Baby Love rocks!! We've implemented it since day 1 with Nina (we're probably the Hitler-types since she slept in her own room since getting home from the hospital). My mom also called me a Spartan because of how we "treat" her (i.e. implementing and sticking to Baby Love).

Nina was born on 20/11/08 in Park Lane - she's a happy camper that somehow keeps on gaining weight although she eats WAY less than prescribed. After taking her to the paed in Feb for a check-up I phoned you and asked for help with her feeding (don't know if you recall) since they felt she weighed too little and needed rice cereal in each bottle to beef her up. Your recommendation was to play it by ear and reintroduce the night feed (she'd been sleeping through since 6 weeks at that stage).

We're still on the dream feed (my friend calls it the sneaky feed!) but she now sleeps from 20:00 - 06:00 so we're reluctant to just drop it. She currently gets about 125ml for the dream feed and we'll start reducing that gradually from this weekend. She only eats 125ml-150ml each day feed (we're currently on 4 feeds per day + the dream feed) which isn't that much but seems to still pick up weight (she gained 200g last week).

We suspect the weight gain might be a result of the rice cereal we still use with every feed (1tsp per bottle) and have started cutting that down to 1/2 tsp per bottle since yesterday with the aim to drop it completely over the next 2 weeks.

We also started introducing a teaspoon of pumpkin/butternut here and there after feeds to gauge how she takes to it and I think (this sounds nuts) she really just doesn't like the taste of milk. She eats solids happily but we struggle to feed her more than 150ml milk per feed.

Anyways, life's great and it's all because of Baby Love - we tell all our friends about it whenever they comment on "how good she is" or "how she's really in a good routine". Thanks for helping us stay sane and being a happy family!! I've attached a pic of Nina taken a few weeks ago - she's a sweetie (I reserve that right as a parent!! :)

Kind regards
Japie Boonzaaier

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