Supernanny Seeks Distressed Triad Parents


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Are you at your wit's end now and again when it comes to parenting? Are the kids winning too often during those parents v. kids situations? Are you teetering on the ledge of parental burnout

Well, Triad families, look to the skies. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? OK, yes, it's a plane. But on it is Supernanny, Jo Frost. And she's swooping into our area to intervene and provide parenting fixes for the overwhelmed and sleep deprived.

Jo Frost returns for Nanny on Tour showIn her new UP series, "Jo Frost: Nanny on Tour," Frost will travel to a new city each week and work with one family that desperately needs her expertise.  Before she arrives, she will monitor the family’s behavior from her mobile RV office, via surveillance cameras the family agrees to have placed throughout their home, and then will hit the ground running. Using a combination of well-honed techniques, sincerity, love and humor, Frost will pinpoint each family’s challenges and give parents practical tools that they can implement on their own.  Frost will make sure each family stays on track with the homework assignments they are given and will rejoice in their progress and counsel them during setbacks.

In addition to working one-on-one with families, Frost will also infiltrate communities, dispensing her advice and delivering quick fixes on the spot. She will visit family-friendly places such as shopping malls, airports, parks, schools and other town centers. Wherever there are parents in need, Supernanny will be there on a mission to save America’s families – one community at a time.

Are you in desperate need of a parenting superhero? Casting for the series is still in progress for the Triad area. Interested parents who are seeking advice and who would like to be considered for Frost’s new series may submit an online application or visit UPtv.com/NannyJoTour for more information.

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