Interview by: HAMISH MCLACHLAN Published May 15, 2022 - 8:00AM Sunday Herald Sun. Babies are getting colic at record rates, for good reason. Here’s how to settle infants and save sleep. Paediatrician Daniel Golshevsky is a baby sleep expert, committed to helping infants and their parents get a sound night’s rest — to save sanity and relationships. He shares his top tips.
Dr Golly discusses all things Cross Parenting with Karl Stefanovic & Allison Langdon on the Today Show. Matt & Millie Stevic (& their gorgeous girls) are such a wonderful case study of the great sleep, routines & lack of toddler behavioural deterioration that can be achieved when the dad (or non breastfeeding parent) roll up their sleeves & gets their hands dirty when the newborn arrives. Teamwork makes the dream work.
Dr Golly talks Cross Parenting with journalist Emily Rice. Matt & Millie Stevic explain how it has helped their family on Channel 9 news. AIRED: Tuesday 3rd May 2022. The aim of cross parenting (a role reversal where dad/non breastfeeding parent focuses on the newborn & mum on the older sibling) is to minimise toddler behavioural deterioration that often occurs around 3mths after a newborn sibling arrives.
As your child grows their sleep patterns and sleep requirements change dramatically. But what is normal and abnormal when it comes to a baby’s sleep patterns and needs? And what can we do to ensure they are getting a good night’s rest?
The wonderfully Dr Golly will answer our burning questions and share some of his techniques to get your little one into a healthy sleep routine.
Dr Daniel Golshevsky AKA Dr Golly is a Melbourne based paediatrician, who, with a team of experts has developed the Dr Golly Sleep Program, an online sleep and settling course to help you get children - birth to five years - sleeping in a routine that works for your family. Content ranges from feeding, nutrition, winding, routines, settling techniques and more. He's answered some of your burning questions.....
SLEEPLESS nights are a rite of passage for new parents but what if there was another way? A Melbourne paediatrician, Dr Daniel Golshevsky, made an absolutely wonderful suggestion this week: dads should take the lead on resettling babies from the get go. He suggests putting the bassinet on the non-breastfeeding parent's side of the bed from the very first night at home so dads become the go-to parent whenever the baby is not hungry. It's not just exhausted mums cheering on Dr Daniel, there is a lot of science behind the suggestion.