'Supernanny' returns from mid-season break, Jo Frost addresses co-sleeping and mealtime issues with expertise
Fixing even a diaper can be challenging when you've not slept in days and are cranky beyond limits.You need rest but work is piling up. It's a mess, the kind that gets you thinking if you'll ever come out of it sane. But Jo Frost has easy and doable tricks up her sleeves that will help new mothers or working parents to get their groove back. Here's everything you need to know when 'Supernanny' 8 returns after a mid-season break.
Jo has 30 years of experience behind her and naturally, equipped with strategies that will help parents tackle "social and behavioral" challenges that they face while raising kids, Lifetime's press release said. She will be dealing with "picky eaters with diet issues and parents tackling strained relationships." Jo will not only offer real-life solutions to help ease the chaos at home but also share advice and techniques that would only add to the family's growth.
Every episode will feature a different family from cities and towns across the country. 'Supernanny' will resume Season 8 with back-to-back episodes, both of which will air on September 1, on Lifetime starting 8/7c.
Episode 1 will feature the Brown Family from Moundville, Alabama, and The Zampogna Family of Collegeville, PA. The browns have created a giant bed (basically, joined two beds) to accommodate their sons. Jo believes that it will create an ünhealthy attachment issue. Addressing co-sleeping is crucial to establish healthy boundaries between the child and parent and who better than Jo to tackle it in the most efficient manner, not to forget adding a few tricks and tips of her own to ease lives.
Episode 2 will see the Zompognas dealing with disastrous mealtimes. Angela and Dom are full-time working parents and their three children are very picky when it comes to food. They are more invested in junk food and this often causes the kids to throw tantrums. This is right up every parent's alley and most will find value in the way Jo handles it.
'Supernanny' is produced by Shed Media, a division of Warner Bros. Serving as executive producers are Dan Peirson, Stephanie Schwam and Lisa Christy with John Henshaw as showrunner and Jo as an executive producer as well.