What "guests"? Certainly not Bill's family... I, too, noticed that they all have to climb up into (or be helped down from) the giant dining room table chairs; what is up with that? A kid's play set would suffice for 99.9% of their meals, at which no family or guests are present.
Maybe it's just me, but I sense a great deal of impatience and barely controlled (of course) anger toward Will in Jen; how she reacted to his so-called "meltdown" over cake (all her fault), and now her dismissive demeanor toward him at the crafts table makes me very uncomfortable. All of her interactions with him seem forced and fraught with tension. She's extremely short (no pun intended) and snippy with him, although she tries to catch herself, as if he's an annoyance instead of a beloved child. She seemed to barely tolerate him during the poster-making, instead hovering over Zoey, and isn't it amazing how all the letters lined up perfectly? I wonder if the perfectionist and over-achiever in her isn't somewhat disappointed that, at four, her "wunderkind" Golden Son (as one episode dubbed him), of whom she seemed so proud at first, still isn't potty trained or saying more than a half-dozen words. At first we heard how wonderful he was: bright, loving, giving; suddenly we have complaints about him all over the landscape ("meltdowns," eating issues, failure to share). I sometimes get the feeling that she'd have been happier with just her Girly-girl that she and HER mother could shop for, dress up like a doll, and pose exactly to her liking. I find her embarrassingly awkward and unnatural with both children and honestly believe she was never cut out to be a parent (it's not nice to fool Mother Nature), but it's clear that she's thrilled with Zoey; "William," not so much.
Also, what's with all these comments lately that she can't or doesn't cook or bake? ("Bill is 'usually' a much better cook than I am"; what does that mean?). Weren't we treated, in the cake-meltdown episode, to Jen busily baking a casserole, checking to see if it's done, serving it up like a real little homemaker, etc.? If she doesn't cook, fine (she's a doctor), but own it. To some extent with Bill, but more so with Jen, I no longer believe a word she says in her THs. An unfortunate, but unfortunately not uncommon, development in most "reality" TV stars.
I, for one, don't criticize her for having staff and using them; only for then pretending or suggesting that she doesn't have or, indeed, need them.