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Watch Season 2 of America's Supernanny: Family Lockdown. You can watch episodes for a limited time on Lifetime TV. America's Supernanny, Deborah Tillman has her work cut out for her with a single mom and her three rambunctious sons in Rutherford, NJ. Mom, Melissa has given up and given over the parenting duties to her parents and the results are disastrous. Twins Mateo and Genaro have no structure and constantly act out, while 13-year-old Gavin is one of the most destructive and angry kids Miss Deborah has ever taken on.

Get the scoop on how Deborah became America's Supernanny in a Lifetime Moms interview with Deborah Tillman. Her 1st season show premiered November 29, 2011 and the second season premiered January 2013 on the Lifetime TV channel. After numerous frustrations with child care providers, Tillman began her own home-based school in 1992 so she could provide quality daycare and instruction to her son. Today, Tillman operates three childcare centers in Virginia, writes books, is a motivational speaker and is interviewed often on TV and radio.

Read about her latest interview with Northern Virginia Magazine: America’s Supernanny Tells How To Survive 12 Hours in The Car & Other Holiday Tips, Posted by Lorin Drinkard / Friday, November 23rd, 2012

Start Your Own Childcare Center - You CAN Do It!!

When I first made the decision to quit my job to become a family childcare provider, the main thought that crossed my mind was, “I can do this better” than all of the other providers I have come in contact with. Not only can I do it better, I must do it better because our children need me too. My only objective was to work hard to make this dream a reality. Remembering the experiences that my child had suffered at the hands of other providers was painful, but it gave me the determination, courage and diligence to keep trying. If I were to be used by God as a vessel to work to improve the lives of our nation’s “little ones” then that was enough for me to feel fulfilled...  read more




 

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