Thousands of Australians have been asking global parenting expert, Jo Frost, for help and she’s almost here.
The Supernanny star says parents need her “sleeves rolled-up hands-on practical know-how” for dealing with children.
I am one of them and ahead of her Australian tour, I asked her the secret to getting children to sleep through the night.
“It’s a big puzzle piece,” said Frost.
“It’s as clean cut as everyone thinks, because the reality is every family’s unique, every family has their own story and every family has a different circumstance,” she added.
"When somebody says to me - ‘my child is not sleeping, how do I get them to sleep?’, there’s an elimination of questions I want to ask."
To figure out sleep problems the television star wants to know about the child's development, their routine and more to distinguish "the best advice and technique for individual families".
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To come up with the answers for me and my son - in the middle of this interview - Frost started asking the questions.
"How long this has been going on for? What’s new? What hasn’t changed? What has changed? Do they share a room?" - that kind of thing.
We've suddenly been sidetracked into a personal consultation about my two-year-old who's just had a few bad sleep weeks. I'm all ears.