Alors ? Comment bébé dort ? Quand le petit d’homme ne fait pas les nuits de ses parents - Partie 4


Voix d'experts - Alors ? Comment bébé dort ? Quand le petit d'homme ne fait pas les nuits de ses parents

Partie 4 : Pour aller plus loin & références

Marine Manard

Pour aller plus loin :

Le site web de Claude Didierjean Jouveau et ses très intéressants podcasts :

Le livre de C. Gonzalez (2014). Serre-moi fort : Comment élever vos enfants avec amour. Editions le Hêtre.

Le livre de R. Jové (2006). Dormir sans larmes. Editions des Arènes.

Le livre de N. Roques (2002). Dormir avec son bébé. Editions l'Harmattan.

Le livre de J.J. McKenna (2015). Dormir avec son bébé : Un guide sur le sommeil partagé. Editions Ligue La Leche.

Les nuits du bébé allaité et de ses parents (2017). Hors-série Allaiter Aujourd'hui. Editions La Leche League.

Les dossiers thématiques sur le site web de la Leche League France:


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Don de 30 euros

Soutenez le travail sur Psst, faites vivre les projets de la maison d'édition, la création d'outils, d'articles, etc... Vous pouvez choisir un don de votre choix ou les additionner selon vos possibilités Psst vous remercie infiniment pour votre soutien incroyable ! ATTENTION, sélectionnez bien "DON" lors du choix de la livraison afin d'éviter toute erreur! Merci

30,00 €