Coming this Autumn 2017
Frustrated with toddler tantrums? Sick of throwing away half-eaten dinners? Feeling sleep deprived? Want to feel more confident with your parenting skills? Nanny Jo has the answers you need!
The world’s most famous Parenting Expert, Jo Frost, is finally here and ready to help Aussie parents resolve their family challenges. She is best known around the world for her award-winning international hit television series, Supernanny and Nanny On Tour.
Join Jo Frost to have the chance to get personalized questions answered on how to handle the most common family challenges on Thursday, December 8, 2016 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. This event is hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica at 1238 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90401.
Jo Frost stopped by Hollywood Today Live to talk to Ross Mathews and Garcelle Beauvais about Nanny on Tour. She also fielded some questions from fans. To see what they asked and how Jo responded to their burning questions, watch the video below.
Jo Frost talks to Access Hollywood about her new show Nanny on Tour and how it covers from newborns to teens and even intergenerations living together. Jo also gives tips on parenting children of all ages and answers the question, “What’s the number one mistake parents make with teenagers?” Click below to find out the answer and watch the whole interview with Jo.
Jo sat down with New York Live to talk about the importance of connecting with kids. “It’s important to not let the technology babysit us,” says Jo, who went on to talk about the ever-changing role of technology in our lives and families. Jo also gave a few hints about what viewers can expect from the premiere season of Nanny on Tour. Check out what she had to say in the clip below.
In a recent interview with the Daily News, Jo offered her advice on how to talk to your kids about school shootings. “At the end of the day, the parents know their child and know how their child will receive certain information,” says Jo. “They know whether or not their kids will be able to truly understand the complexities of what they’re telling them.” To read more of Jo’s advice on having conversations like this with your child, click here for the full story in the Daily News.Read More