We cover these types of apps (and parental controls/monitoring generally) on our site, so pretty familiar with what's out there. You've got a lot of competition in the space from multiple other apps, services provided by the carriers, as well as the native features of iOS and Android. It's not clear from your Kickstarter page what your app offers that's different than these existing services. Without that clear differentiation, it's going to be very hard to get any press coverage.
You also should work to clean up your Kickstarter page. There are numerous typos and grammatical errors, which will undermine your professionalism (and, by association, the quality of the app) in the eyes of the press.
Assuming your app does kick ass in some way, then there are many ways to get this in front of the press. You'll likely want a PR person who knows the tech journalism community very well for one-on-one outreach (your product doesn't lend itself well to press release blasts as most journalists will probably just delete as "yet another child protection app"). There are a select few tech press events that will get you in front on journalists for those direct conversations where you can clearly communicate your unique value. There are also a number of events that cater to parenting bloggers and influencers (Techlicious produces blogger events around the US each year, and very familiar with this community). Events aren't cheap, but it's hard to get your voice heard in a crowded market without spending some money.
Obviously, if you can build partnerships with large parenting brands, that would be great. To do so, they need to be excited by what your app brings and there needs to be something in it for them (i.e., money).