Aww poor baby.
Even the CIO advocates say waiting until 6 months is ideal.
We are totally attachment parenting styled over in these parts, but you probably figured that out.
I could go on and onabout Baby Wise (or Baby Dumb as I call it), but I will just leave it at I could not disagree or hate something more.
Lucas slept in our bed for the first 6 weeks and then moved to the Arm's Reach cosleeper, attached to our bed, until he was 6 months old for night time sleeping. He took all of his naps on me, in the Moby wrap, until he was 6 - 7 months old as well. I wore him to sleep (or my husband did for nighttime) or walked him in circles to sleep. At 6 months he moved to the crib in his room and slept much better at night there, otherwise I would have been happy to keep him in our bed/room for much,much longer.
He also began napping in his crib then.
He woke up every 2 hours at night to nurse until he was 6-7 months old (when I got sick and had to quit nursing) and then he woke at night probably every 3-4 for a bottle until around 12 months.
Around 12-13 months old he started letting us rock hima few min. and putting him in his bed awake and going to be happily (no crying at all). This was shocking to me and very rewarding for all the hard time I'd put in! lol
I still often have to walk him to sleep for naps if he doesn't fall asleep drinking 'milk', but his sleeping habits are pretty great. Oh, he sleeps through the night since 13 mo,too.
Anyway, all this to say that I amthe total opposite of Baby Wise. I still wear him in the Ergo and we're very baby led.