I'm ready to move my infant out of my bedroom and into her own space. This means setting up a crib in our home office, or, putting her in with her 2 year old sister.
Both kids sleep through the night, but (as any parent knows) they'll both whine a little here or there when they end a sleep cycle. They have brief moments of noise-making before falling back asleep. (They go to bed and wake up around the same time, so that's not really a concern of mine.)
I THINK the infant will sleep through the 2-year-old's noises, but I don't think the 2-year-old will sleep through the infant's noises.
Has anyone put an infant in the same room as a toddler and has any advice?
PS - So excited for Vanderpump this week lol
Shout out Bravo producers for finally -- finally! -- finding and casting the best new Housewife we've ever had: Dr. Nicole of RHOM. She has. it. all.
- Everyone knows that anesthesiologists have swagger, and Dr. Nic is no exception.
- Her parental drama is real and authentic
- Her marriage seems great, which sets us up for a fun ride ahead as we watch....
- She is SO rich, and knowing that she's got her own career makes it so fun to watch her enjoy this insane lifestyle that her husband mostly pays for. I mean, there's doctor-rich, then there's "Insurance Man"-rich.
- She listens to producers when they tell her to send Larsa a shady mirror
- She stands up for herself
- She has great confessional looks (love the hot pink and black lewk)
- She has a fantastic accent
- She's stunning
More Housewives like Nicole, please!! Especially the career part. It just makes her so much more interesting!
Honest mistake, or Jax being Jax? I have to admit, I cringed when I saw the caption.
This week’s episode teased and taunted with promos hinting at Olivia and Elliot finally having a legit moment and when we finally got there we were SO CLOSE…but not quite. Agreed that Liv needs time and this is big and scary but I need to know, will the slowest of all slow burns ignite this season?!?
It's officially been 10 years (10 years!!) since Vanderpump Rules premiered on Bravo. The same year, we got Southern Charm, and just a bit later, Summer House provided us with yet another distraction. But, since then, we haven't seen another next-gen hit make its way to Bravo.
Instead, Bravo has really leaned into cross-over content, recycling its stars, instead of creating new ones. Is there a reason why you think Bravo has yet to really find another post-Summer House hit? And why they aren't leaning into Gen Z more? I always think about when Andy Cohen said they wouldn't do cross-overs until the content got stale, and I worry about what's to come...
Did you see the trailer for the new season of Vanderpump Rules?? First of all, shout out to the editors because their cuts were amazing. (Schwartz calling out Lala’s lips for looking like a Housewife, cut to Lala saying “I’m disengaging”, for one). Second of all, I didn’t want to watch the new season but the Katie and Schwartz drama looks so juicy, and the drama behind the failing of Schwartz and Sandy’s looks good, too. Then there’s the Randall of it all.
That said, I still think the Schwartz and Racquel hook up is totally staged. And Sandy is really pulling out all the acting stops in his scenes but but but they’ve done it again: they’ve hooked me! I’ll be watching in Feb.
Now that Rinna is officially leaving RHOBH (it's about time!), how do you think we'll look back at her legacy? Was she an all-time legend, or just a menace that hurt others more than she should have?
I do wonder if she'll be able to mend any of the friendships she lost during the show. It's gotta be lonely on the other side.
So… are these two done? I wouldn’t say I was surprised if so — seemed a doomed relationship from the start. I gotta say I much prefer a single Paige, and I think Summer House 2024 would be made better for it.
I saw this on twitter (sorry can’t cred the person bc I can’t find the tweet again), but basically the theory is Jen caused heathers black eye, which is supported by: (1) heather called Jen first and gave her a chance to own up, (2) heather has clearly intimated that someone else in the group caused it; and (3) if heather were to disclose it was Jen, that would probably result in the revocation of Jen’s bail so she’d have to sit in jail waiting for sentencing.
I think it all fits. Yes, Jen’s confessional was funny as she thought up possible stories to tell the other women. But Jen is a con artist and therefore we know she uses charisma to cover her lies. Thoughts? Theories?
I found Winter House good for one thing only this season: taking a nap. I fell asleep watching every episode, probably because of its late time slot, probably because it looked so cold there I just wanted to hibernate, probably because nothhhhhing ever happened.
The fact that they tried to make the Lindsay and Carl dating timeline a Thing was so dumb. Like, who cares.
The Kory and Jess relationship was just kinda sad to watch, and we were rooting for Rachel and Jason but they didn’t do shit so it was just blah. Too little to grab onto.
The addition of the Toms was fun but too short lived. I needed to see Sandy put Craig in his place and it never happened.
Despite her protests, Paige did come across as aloof and we really missed her fun one liners. Can’t believe she’s still with Cra*g.
Kyle and Amanda were NPCs and Ciara and Austen’s drama was stale. Snooze.
I think we’re done here in Vermont. A Season 3 seems unlikely after this season’s flop.
Agree or disagree??