Are you at your wit’s end with your baby’s sleep?

As a baby sleep expert, I love helping babies and their families to sleep better! My kids have been sleeping from 7 to 7 since they were babies, and now at age 3 and 5 are still happy sleepers. My sleep clients have called me a “magician,” and told me “I love being a mom thanks to you.”

Kerry Bajaj is a sleep consultant living in Mumbai and author of Sleep, Baby, Sleep (HarperCollins). She has studied infant and child sleep in the US, and is a member of the Indian Society for Sleep Research. She is also a celebrated holistic nutritionist, featured in Elle, Vogue and Women’s Health.

Sleep, Baby, Sleep has been called “A must-read for every parent” (Soha Ali Khan), “Highly recommended” (Sunny Leone), “An insightful, revelatory read” (Gul Panag), and “Full of simple and practical tips, relevant in the Indian context” (Dr Mahesh Balsekar, head of pediatrics at Breach Candy Hospital).

“Your child’s sleep is of utmost importance for their well-being — and yours! Deeply researched, endearingly narrated, Kerry’s guide is a must-read for every parent.”

Soha Ali Khan, mother of 2-year-old Inaaya

“Sleep training is one of the best things I could have ever done for my children and myself. My daughter Nisha was trained at 21 months and, till this day, sleeps 12 hours a night. My twin boys went through sleep training at 7 months and I was amazed to see the transformation they made within one week of proper sleep. We saw drastic changes in their mood and they seemed able to learn things faster. During that week, they both started crawling!

I always tell parents sleep training has been a godsend for our family. It’s not always easy, but within one week of persistence, you will finally get the ‘me time’ you so desperately deserve. I’m delighted to see a book on sleep training now in India. Good luck, Mommies and Daddies!”

Sunny Leone, mother of 1-year-old twins Asher and Noah and 4-year-old Nisha

“Sleep training is one of the best things I could have ever done for my children and myself. My daughter Nisha was trained at 21 months and, till this day, sleeps 12 hours a night. My twin boys went through sleep training at 7 months and I was amazed to see the transformation they made within one week of proper sleep. We saw drastic changes in their mood and they seemed able to learn things faster. During that week, they both started crawling!

I always tell parents sleep training has been a godsend for our family. It’s not always easy, but within one week of persistence, you will finally get the ‘me time’ you so desperately deserve. I’m delighted to see a book on sleep training now in India. Good luck, Mommies and Daddies!”

Sunny Leone, mother of 1-year-old twins Asher and Noah and 4-year-old Nisha

“An insightful, revelatory read on the developmental importance of sleep for growing children. Customised for uniquely Indian circumstances, Kerry’s book is a must for parents looking to instill great sleep habits in their kids.”

Gul Panag, mother of 1-year-old Nihal

“Good sleep habits are critical for a child’s health and well-being. New parents need guidance – a baby’s sleep schedule doesn’t automatically fall into place. Kerry Bajaj offers simple and practical tips, relevant in the Indian context.”

Dr Mahesh Balsekar, Head of Pediatrics at Breach Candy Hospital

“Good sleep habits are critical for a child’s health and well-being. New parents need guidance – a baby’s sleep schedule doesn’t automatically fall into place. Kerry Bajaj offers simple and practical tips, relevant in the Indian context.”

Dr Mahesh Balsekar, Head of Pediatrics at Breach Candy Hospital

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