Girl's Day Out

Will Kate be able to manage a whopping five girls on her own or will she have to take a helper? Are they really going to make it to a pottery place and will "these kids" be allowed to actually paint pottery after washable markers were too much for her?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Considering that she had no problem with them all painting in their Sunday school class, I doubt she will throw a "fit" in the pottery class.

Anonymous said...

She wasn't in the Sunday school class like she will be in the pottery class. I imagine a repeat of Crayola "not THESE kids" Factory unless she has learned the lesson any woman with kids and half a brain knows - bring a smock if you dont want the clothes to get messed up!

Serena said...

I imagine a repeat of Disneyworld when one of the girl tups had vanilla (you know, a pale white color) ice cream melt on her dress and Kate hyperventilated and screeched, "She's RUINED!".

Nikki said...

I remember seeing her act that way and thinking how awful the little girl must have felt. Not only did Kate freak out right there in front of God and everybody over vanilla ice cream, but the girls were all so happy to be there with the princesses that they obviously look up to in some form. How humiliating it must have been for her to hear her mother say "She's RUINED!" Not only is that a horrible thing to say, how about the fact that she talked about her like she wasn't even there (like Kate always does). The show really is like a car wreck, I can't help but watch in amazement.

Anonymous said...

I think Cara wailing at the table at Crayola probably sums life with Kate up perfectly...."It would be sooo much better if it were just me, Daddy and Mady."

Steph said...

I think it would be MORE fun to take the kids to a tie dye place! DYE THEIR CLOTHES!! And the dye actually stains skin for a few days. (I remember from camp)

And she will definitely bring a "helper" since she doesn't drive *whatever she said*. But she will probably have a paid helper,since Beth seems to have finally had enough, the nanas are too old to drive that urban assault vehicle, and Carla is so over her.

Anonymous said...

Those are all very good questions and I can't wait to find out the anwers! She even complained to Jon in the Boys Day Out episode that she had to take the girls out now but there are 5 of them and Jon only had to deal with 3 boys. Whatever lady...get off your high horse and stop trying to act like your better because you have to deal with 5 of your kids and Jon only has to deal with 3.

Nancy said...

I hope Kate will suck it up and not be too anal with the girls painting pottery, since I'm sure she's aware of how many people feel about her bad behavior at Crayola Factory. Kate appears to be more concerned over the kids looking "cute" than she is about them enjoying themselves. What if a couple of the girls get paint on their CLOTHES?! OMG! Life as they know it would be over! Sheesh, Kate.
As for "looking cute", is it just me or are 4-year-olds with sippy cups and bibs not really very cute at all?

FIONA said...

I think she is going to "allow" the perception of a good time-but inside she will be a ticking time bomb. Hope she takes her Prozac that day. Actually, I wish Aunt Jodie would take them so they could have a really good time.

Anonymous said...

Do you really think Kate will take 5 of the girls ALONE? Remains to be seen I suppose but I fully expect to see a helper being dragged along. Bottom line is Kate simply cannot handle her own kids.