Do you ever feel like that home and family you’re watching on reruns of Supernanny, is a mirror image of your own? I sure do. Some days, I hope that the door bell will ring and Jo Frost will be there to help us out!
Barring that miracle from occurring, picking up a copy of Jo Frost’s new book, Jo Frost’s Toddler Rules: Your 5-Step Guide to Shaping Proper Behavior, is the next best thing. I just started it, but it feels like having Jo right here in my own home.
International television personality and New York Times & UK Best Selling author Jo Frost, better known as the “Supernanny,” is a childcare expert and child advocate with a natural gift for connecting with kids and helping parents navigate milestones with practical, easy solutions. With more than 25 years of experience in the family arena and the success of her hit television shows Supernanny, Extreme Parental Guidance, and this summer’s Family S.O.S. with Jo Frost, she’s proven her ability to bring peace and stability to any home. Now, the New York Times bestseller now offers parents and caregivers her invaluable methods in JO FROST’S TODDLER RULES: Your 5-Step Guide to Shaping Proper Behavior (March 4, 2014) to help tame toddler tantrums and curb troublesome behavior—from mealtime struggles to bedtime battles, and everything in between. In her book, Frost puts forth an amazingly simple equation for a harmonious household—her five rules for disciplined parenting plus her three-step S.O.S. method (Step Back, Observe, Step In)—and shows how these tools can create calmness in daily family life and routines. Complete with troubleshooting tips for living tantrum-free, JO FROST’S TODDLER RULES is a welcome, no-nonsense guide with everything you need to help your children grow, thrive, and make family time even more precious.
You can visit her online at www.JoFrost.com or follow her on Twitter @Jo_Frost.
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