As parents, one of the most challenging aspects can be ensuring our little ones get the rest they need. Sleep training methods have become a topic of discussion, and one approach that often comes up is the “cry it out” method.
But what does “cry it out” really mean? Let’s unravel the true essence behind this term and explore its implications for both babies and parents.
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