LeAnn Rimes is enjoying being a stepmom to Eddie Cibrian’s kids so much, she wants some of her own.
I think there are certain signs that you might not be ready. One of them being that you’re a grown woman who still has catfights via Twitter.
Cibrian has two kids with his ex, Brandi Glanville—7 year-old Mason and 4 year-old Jake. Rimes said of the children:
"They are awesome. And it does make me want to have a child eventually. I enjoy being a stepmom and I’d really love to have a child of our own, but we’ll see.”
Before marrying Eddie in April of this year, LeAnn says she never really liked being around kids but she loves the “learning experience.” And if I know kids, that “learning experience” means figuring out how to use excessive guilt, bribery and blackmail to discipline them. Scars them emotionally for life, but works great on temper tantrums.
The country singer told Country Weekly magazine: “We have two right now that are 100 percent taking plenty of time up, and it’s definitely a learning experience for me, never having been around kids and having kids. They are our number one priority and that’s been a totally new thing for me. It’s good, but a totally new experience for me. I’m enjoying every minute of it. I didn’t realize how much I would enjoy it.”
And you wonder why the women on The Real Housewives are so insane. They have other women stealing their husbands and then their kids. There’s really no other option than to go on a TV show and declare they were married to “the number one douche bag of all time.” Which should now be Brandi Glanville’s intro for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
LISA VANDERPUMP: In Beverly Hills, it’s who you know. And I know everyone.
KIM RICHARDS: I was a child star, but now my most important role is being a mother.
BRANDI GLANVILLE: @#$% you, LeAnn Rimes.
Rimes blogged: “In our house, in our family, we remove the 'step.' We really are all … simply family. Eddie’s sons, I treat as if they are my own. Stepmother, Stepfather, Stepchildren - the word 'step' can take on such a connotation to so many in our society. A family is a family. In my eyes. There's no 'step' about it."
BRANDI: What about the connotation in me ‘step’ing on your face?
It takes a lot for me to side with a crazy, spoiled member of the Real Housewives, so you know Rimes’ statements are seriously messed up.