Thursday, December 20, 2018

Blind Item #8

This A- list mostly television actress from a very hit network show used to be an A list actress from a very hit different network show. She thinks the way she lives her life is completely normal, but her children love being at her ex's house because they get their own rooms and beds and space. It was finally too much for this person she has been seeing for awhile and they ran away as fast as they could, especially when the actress showed the person the engagement ring she had bought for herself.

31 comments:

Gosssipgal said...

Mayim Bialik?

Tricia13 said...

+1

LA Native said...

Good guess! Jennifer Love Hewitt was also famous for doing that.

yepthatsme said...

So she made her children sleep in the same room or communal space? Or does her house have only open spaces and no rooms?

Donna said...

Co-Sleeping is for lazy parents IMO. Snuggling and movies in parent’s bed should be a treat, not every goddamn night. Children need to learn how to go to sleep by themselves for FFS. Kids and dogs in bed = cockblockers.

gauloise said...

she breastfed her son til he was 4 , yuck

longtimereader said...

God why is grown up Blossom such a creep? i loved that show when younger. Why can't joey lawrence have her career instead?

kfitz said...

lol my daughter is 3 and sleeps with me and OH SHIT still...nurses...for like five seconds every now and then. its not like moms that nurse longer, have their kids on the boob for 5 hours a day. Its literally like five minutes as a comfort thing or at bedtime.

sandybrook said...

Does Blossom still breast feed her brats?

Do Tell said...

Julia Roberts did the same thing with the extended breastfeeding. I think once the kid starts to become body aware and asking questions..hell, once the kid starts talking, it's time to stop.

DxThoughts said...

๐Ÿ–คing Donna

Bec said...

Co-sleeping as the standard arrangement is more about the emotional needs of the parent(s) than what is best for the children. If it were truly for the kids, as soon as a child expressed a desire to NOT sleep in that same bed, that desire would be honored.

kiki71 said...

I see no problem with various co-sleeping times but if your kids WANT to sleep alone and you force the issue to be with you then there IS INDEED A PROBLEM. Kids tugging on parents is one thing but a mom insisting kiddos stay in her bed when they are perfectly happy being in their own space is JUST F-ING DYSFUNCTIONAL and holding on WAY too tight.

Donna said...

@DX ๐Ÿ˜œ

kfitz said...

i have never met a co sleeping parent that doesnt want their kid to sleep in their own bed. lol

personally, my child will throw the biggest fucking tantrum and im exhausted by the end of the day. If letting her fall asleep in my bed gets her to sleep, by all means lay down child.

hunter said...

If my mom tries co-sleeping with me I'm throwing her out.

gauloise said...

If a young child isnt allowed to detatch and individuate from the parent, it can cause a lifetime of co-dependent behavior, as the child never learns to create or respect boundaries

TommyWantsHisMommy said...

I haven't slept same bed as wife for over a decade. Separate sleeping is awesome. I learned quickly when kids started showing up in bed that i needed to flee if i wanted sleep. I never went back kids grew up. I never will. Sleeping alone ftw.

prixie said...

I have always found Mayim to be a hypocrite.
She hated Frozen because of some stupidity but she herself plays a character on TV that is a very intellectual person yet tries very humiliating thing to go after and make the guy like her. Yawn. That show ends and so does her career. Good thing for her,, she can go back to neuroscience.

AlleyKat said...

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

HeatherBee said...

Having a pair of little feet in the dead center of your back is most enjoyable as a distant memory!

Mahogany1 said...

I know of a couple that spent a lot of money in therapy to get their daughter out of their bed. She was 8

After listening to so many horror stories I wing the it. Everyday is something new. Hevs in Fortnight rehab now. Hell probably never touch a ps4 until he can buy one for his own children. He won't get another one from me.

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Court b said...

Was never a list

Thorne said...

Wonder if the co-sleeping contributed to the breakup, or if it was a symptom of an already troubled relationship? I could hardly wait to get my baby into her own bedroom and get back to something resembling normal life. That's why baby moniters exist.

forget me knots said...

I consleep with my 4 year old daughter and my husband consleeps with our 5 year old son. We don’t love it, but it works and everyone’s gets to sleep. It’s not like my husband and I don’t get alone time- kids go to sleep at 8:30- we have plenty of time together. My husband actually does random shit in his sleep and my daughter doesn’t- (usually) so I’m fine with it. When they’re ready to sleep on their own- we will welcome it!

Thorne said...

I know a couple who divorced. He blamed it on the kid sleeping in their bed, edging him out altogether. She blamed it on him sleeping in other women's beds.
To be fair, though, the kid was EIGHT and still in mom's bed every night. That might wear on a guy after awhile.

7th Labyrinth said...

I don't want to be rude or negative, but co-sleeping is bad for couple's intimacy (emotional, not only sexual)and it doesn't help kids autonomy... Just ask a family counselor.

chopp said...

Mayim Bialik'S sons are 10 & 13. If she is co sleeping with them, somebody better call the cops. They are also at the age when they need the father's influence and it is probably better they live with him.

plot said...

The kids aren't sleeping with her anymore...probably...but no doubt they enjoy the time with their father more as he doesn't try to force them into the vegan kosher lifestyle of awful food. Kosher food can be wonderful but it consists of lots of good chicken, beef and fish.

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