Sharon Standifird was frustrated with her children ignoring her calls and text. So came up with an idea that will really help all parents.

She told KTRK, "We need to develop an app that just shuts their phone completely down and they can't even use it," she said. "I got on the internet and I literally just started researching how to develop an app."

After months of working with developers, the 'Ignore No More' app was born. Parents can remotely lock their child's phone and with one tap, a list of only parent-selected contacts will come up for them. The child can call someone on that contact list and get the password to unlock the phone.