supernanny


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supernanny

(ˈsuːpəˌnænɪ)
n
informal an expert who advises parents on how to deal with badly-behaved children
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She said, 'Jamie Oliver's School Dinners and to a lesser extent, Supernanny, show how documentaries can become general election issues and can set the agenda for society.
While brothers Flynn and Cameron constantly fight ("We're making poisonous water to kill Supernanny," they explain in a rare moment of cooperation), three-year-old Madison is still breastfeeding day and night, meaning dad Simon has been banished to sleep on the floor in the boys' room.
A MUM who claimed TV's Supernanny ruined her life has become a hit on internet video site YouTube.
In the first episode the supernanny helps a couple control their two children who are taking advantage of inconsistent disciplining and a father who refuses to punish them.
A SUPERNANNY could be installed to control unruly children in Merseyside.
ANYONE who's watched the TV programme Supernanny will know that troublesome kids aren't born, they are made.
A single mum-of-five says she needs the help of TV's Supernanny after her two eldest children bunked off school for a year.
No-nonsense Supernanny Jo Frost is back to deal with more problem kids.
Anyone who has seen Jo Frost, below, weave her nannying magic with wayward tots on Channel Four's Supernanny programme will know that her ways work.
The experiment saw parents of 14 children, aged three to five and from poor backgrounds, follow TV Supernanny Jo Frost's techniques to control misbehaviour.
HODGE Hill MP Liam Byrne today welcomed the appointment of a new supernanny for Birmingham.
The new national supernanny scheme will mean that, under the Police and Justice Act, local councils will be able to order parents of antisocial children to go on courses.