First of all, let's address the fact that Lifetime has debuted their American Supernanny and her name is Deborah Tillman.
Of course, we miss Jo Frost, and the show will never be the same, but we have a feeling we're going to like nanny Deborah too.
So, the new American Supernanny visited a two-mom family, Mandy Sheckles and her partner Amy Paul.
The couple has six biological children, all conceived through donated sperm - the last four children were quads!
Even though they run three daycares in Virginia, they have a lot on their plate raising six children at home. Amy takes care of the kids while Mandy was busy working all day and attached to her cellphone, which distracted her from helping out with the kids.
Using her effective parenting skills, Deborah helped the women to understand techniques that would help them get a better control of their children, especially when it came to bedtime and dinner time.
Just like any family, whether the parents are gay or straight, raising children is just as equally challenging no matter what. This episode helped to prove that all parents have the same issues regardless of their sexuality.
Sadly, Gia has received some backlash from her parents' deeds, and with her group 3KT, released this emotional song, Just 13, which she wrote with her voice teacher. She said she wrote it to explain how she's feeling and to let her fans know she's going to be okay.
Take a look at the video (above), and keep in mind that she's just 13.