I don't think Kate Gosselin gets it; I think the poster who wrote this does:
I truly do not get Kate and the pottery.
I framed a few pictures children in my life have painted for me. It's precious to me how childlike they are, with the wobbly lines and the distorted figures and drippy paint. That's innocent, darling, something to treasure. By the time they are old enough to paint nice proportioned characters like Kate apparently wants, they will no longer be little children. An art project from a four year old is something to treasure forever, it is beautiful for the innocence that it represents, and shame on Kate uttering one negative comment about her children's work.
Shame on her for covering up a four year old's work of art because she wanted it just so. Shame on her for tricking a child into thinking that she actually cared about what that child was painting. Shame on her for being worried about pottery not being covered "completely" so it would be "perfect," when she should have been enjoying and treasuring the time with her little ones. Shame.
Reprinted with permission from Virga.