Expert Sleep Coaching for Babies, Children and Families - Off to Dreamland
Call (203) 828-0079 if you want to get started right away, or fill out our contact form Are you. Exhausted from hours of rocking, walking, or nursing to finally get your baby to sleep? Stuck in the catnap zone, where your baby wakes up “like clockwork” after short 20, 30 or 45 minute…
Although in your heart they’ll always be “your baby”, at 18 months and beyond your child is a robust toddler or preschooler whose main mission in life to is to test limits and assert his independence while he makes the important transition from baby to big kid. Even if your little one was a dream sleeper as an infant, these years can bring unique…
What our clients are saying: The “4 month sleep regression” hit our family hard, and at 5 months, our son had no regular night or nap schedule. It was clear he was overtired, and he had to be rocked or nursed (sometimes for hours) until fast asleep or he would begin screaming as soon as he hit the…
I don’t think there is any way we could have accomplished the sleep training without her guidance. If we could do it over again, the only thing we would change is to call her sooner.Kira and Arjune R.
Dr. Carr gave us a complete and easy to follow plan and just two weeks later our daughter is sleeping all night in her own bed and waking up rested. It’s a miracle.Sarah and Tim
I will be forever grateful for her advice. The reason that this worked for us is because it wasn’t someone just telling us to let our son cry it out.Cathy L.
Dr. Carr took my questions seriously.I used to think our pediatrician was the most patient person I knew but after working with Dr. Carr I’m not sure, she may have him beat!Stephanie T.
Back to school means back to a regular routine. These back to school sleep tips will help your child succeed in school and beyond. Understand that school-age kids need 10-12 hours of sleep to be at their best. Most parents know that their children need good sleep, but...read more
What is a toddler sleep clock? Sometimes called a tot clock or toddler alarm, a toddler sleep clock helps young children understand time. Specifically it helps a toddler or preschooler understand when it’s time to go to bed and when it’s ok to get up. How...read more
Nighttime fears and worries are an unpleasant yet normal part of your young child’s healthy development. As the imagination flourishes, so can scary thoughts that would not have occurred to your child before. Here are some tips on helping your child cope when...read more