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Via Email: emailaddressnurshable

Via mail:
Sarah Sprague / Nurshable
PO Box 397
Morganville NJ 07751

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  1. There should be ways to filter out formula in Google ads. I have successfully filtered out a variety of advertisers in the past.

  2. Thank you for the wait it out article. I will be posting it on my fb page. I’d love it if you could join me there. I’m a LC in private practice and I think you’ll find my website very much in line with yours.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving! I feel like I need to tell you that because you are one of the main things I am thankful for this year. You answered a couple of my comments/questions here and on Facebook and it has helped me greatly to accept my son’s crazy sleep habits. Also reading about your gentle discipline really helped prepare me for a couple of books I read about discipline. I found that I am much more authoritarian than I ever would have thought with my toddler. Reading your articles and those books has changed our relationship completely! She is so happy and fun now. Doesn’t fight me anymore about little things when I do have to ask her to do something. I had been praying and praying for God to fix our relationship before the teen years and just wanted to say thank you for all the time you spend blogging because without a personal story to go with those books I don’t know if I would have seen the benefit in changing. So Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you enjoy your holiday!

    1. Brittany,

      Thank you, and Happy Thanksgiving! *hug* I’m so glad that your wee one responds so well to a more gentle and playful parenting style and that you and she are growing closer.

      Your story means a lot to me, and made my eyes well up with happy tears :)

      Happy Thanksgiving.


  4. Hi Sarah

    Thank you so much for this blog. It is just brilliant and correctly set (no Mommy wars as you say). My son (10 months) is feeding through the night, not wanting to let go and my husband wants to do something… just reassurring me to trust in them and be there is something I need to remember. My daughter is 3 1/2 and feeling insecure by all the time and my discipline is questionable due to own upbringing, again, your blog provides the right source of help. I’m going to print the pre discipline checklist and try to do better. Thank you again. Keep it up! I wish more people read this whilst pregnant so prepared for breastfeeding etc. Anna

    1. p.s. wrote this in a rush, so bit disorganised. Forgot to say, I’m planning on reading one of your letters to your son (No Book About You) at his naming ceremony next month. It is poetry.

  5. Hello.

    I am a bit behind on computer-time and I saw (after starting from current post)that you have needed encouragement once. I’m late, but…

    If you could only hear my “AMEN”s when I read your posts, perhaps you would see how greatly I admire you. If you could see my tears – literally – each time I read the description of your children snuggled up into you, perhaps you would know, I “feel” you. And, certainly, if you knew how keen was my sense of a BEAUTUFUL woman and mother, you’d have no reason to doubt, you are HER.

    I don’t know you, and cannot guess what you might be going through or were going through, but I sincerely admire you. And I love your words (which generally describe the was I feel but cannot put into words).

    For me, you are beyond and incredible. Your babies are blessed.

  6. I have a question – my 26 month old started to climb out of her crib, so we took the side down and made it into a bed. Previously, the majority of nights – she would snuggle in and sleep through the night but now she wants to me to stay with her until she falls asleep which is fine – but it is turning into a longer and longer process – sometimes 45 minutes to an hour because she is delighted to have Mom with her. Sometimes I sit in her rocker, which she lays in her bed – sometimes I sit on the floor next to her bed and rub her back. I love the time with her, but know that this is not progressing in a good direction. If I leave before she falls asleep – she cries and I go back in. Can you offer any advice – she loves her bed and I want her to feel safe and comfortable there. Thank you!

  7. Dear Sarah

    I’m sitting with my 12 week old baby asleep in my arms and wanted to thank you. My sister in law sent me one of your WIO letters when I was co sleeping with my daughter at about 3 weeks old. Everyone told me I was making a rod for my own back. She started to sleep in a co sleeping crib at 8 weeks and nap off my chest at 10 weeks.

    She is still waking every two hours and it is exhausting. But reading your letters and tool kit I realise it is so exhausting because I’m fighting her all the time. I fight her to sleep alone every nap and bed time and in in tears constantly. This is because I have read every sleep advice site and heard every piece of well meaning “she has to learn to self soothe” advice there is. And as a first time mama I thought that was what I HAD to do. This week I even paid for advice. How stupid! I’m so desperate. But I realise now that if I go with my baby and stop fighting her needs, we both win. We sleep more and cry less. And after all, isn’t that what I’m looking for??

    Thank you for putting into words the reason I’ve been feeling so anxious at every nap and bed time- those other methods just aren’t for us.

    Love George & Dahlia x

  8. Hi Sarah! Is it possible to subscribe to your blog? I would love to be notified whenever you write something new!

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