"Many people who think of babywise immediately think of hyperscheduling or cry it out or whatever. And while babywise does incorporate a schedule and encourages you to allow your baby to learn how to self-soothe, what it's NOT doing is demanding you stick to a rigid schedule or let your baby cry for hours and hours and hours. Babywise provides the skeleton for structure; it's a parenting tool."
Don't forget to come back this week for more Babywise Myth Busters! We have a five days with 8 fabulous myth busting posts for you to read!
Here is the schedule along with the topics for each day:
- Monday: Valerie at Chronicles of a Babywise Mom- Myths Versus Realities of Babywise
- Tuesday: Katrina at Mama's Organized Chaos- Babywise Isn't Imposing a Schedule, It's Learning the Ideal Schedule
- Wednesday: Shea at The Moses Home- How Schedules Keep Us Flexible, Not Rigid
- Wednesday: Natasha at Let's Be Brave- Babywise Works For YOU, Not The Other Way Around
- Thursday: Carrie at Wiley Adventures- Babywise and Cry it Out (how they do/don't go together)
- Thursday: Kimberly at Team Cartwright- Babywise and Breastfeeding (does not diminish milk supply)
- Friday: Cole at Twinning Babywise- The Misconception that Babywise is just Sleep Training
- Friday: Emily at The Journey of Parenthood- Using Babywise Isn't Impossible with Multiple Children