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14 hours ago, Happy Camper said:

Oh for crying out loud. Who is the poor sucker that follows her around taking pics like this and her changing clothes in her car?

What a great job.

I wonder if this is the same person that took Yolanda's sick pics,  and then her "Look at me, I am cured!" pics.

Hahaha!!  That's exactly what this pic reminded me of too!

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4 minutes ago, BBHN said:

Beautiful pic. Where is that?

Bahamas.  She was there with a man that never got in front of the camera.  Then back to the Hamptons yesterday and Bryn is there.  It was a really nice view, right on the beach.  Very sandy beach, a lot fo the Bahamas have big rocky outcrops but this was all blue sea.

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4 hours ago, motorcitymom65 said:

Yep. Back when I was on FB, I was always astonished by the mindless narcissistic bullshit that folks posted. And they didn't get a penny for any of it. 

Oh, me!  That's me!  But I have a Frenchie and he's Mr. Popular.  LOL. 
 

I get the Instagrams and everything for these group of women.  Their entire career is basically marketing themselves. Gotta keep the interest high or else no one will want to watch you on tv. 

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Bahamas.  She was there with a man that never got in front of the camera.  Then back to the Hamptons yesterday and Bryn is there.  It was a really nice view, right on the beach.  Very sandy beach, a lot fo the Bahamas have big rocky outcrops but this was all blue sea.

It does look really nice.

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9 hours ago, diadochokinesis said:

Oh, me!  That's me!  But I have a Frenchie and he's Mr. Popular.  LOL. 
 

I get the Instagrams and everything for these group of women.  Their entire career is basically marketing themselves. Gotta keep the interest high or else no one will want to watch you on tv. 

I am sure I would be totally and completely enthralled by anything you posted about your Frenchie!

I love the kid stuff, the vacation porn, etc. What stuns me is the idea that everything that happens is worthy of public comments. Every time someone has to wait too long in the checkout they think I care to know about it? Or if Kroger didn't have any good cantaloupe today? Or if someone cut them off in traffic. Long posts about these things and how wronged they felt. It just amazed me to no end. I never had any idea that I knew so many dumb people until FB came around. I sat my kids down and told them I would be disappointed if they became so involved in their own lives that they thought that other people should give two shits about their random bitches about such things. The HW's and their social media are a whole different thing. This is how they do it. Getting those media impressions and clicks is their livelihood. The good ones makes us want their life, to have their clothes, or take their vacations. 

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2 hours ago, motorcitymom65 said:

I am sure I would be totally and completely enthralled by anything you posted about your Frenchie!

I love the kid stuff, the vacation porn, etc. What stuns me is the idea that everything that happens is worthy of public comments. Every time someone has to wait too long in the checkout they think I care to know about it? Or if Kroger didn't have any good cantaloupe today? Or if someone cut them off in traffic. Long posts about these things and how wronged they felt. It just amazed me to no end. I never had any idea that I knew so many dumb people until FB came around. I sat my kids down and told them I would be disappointed if they became so involved in their own lives that they thought that other people should give two shits about their random bitches about such things. The HW's and their social media are a whole different thing. This is how they do it. Getting those media impressions and clicks is their livelihood. The good ones makes us want their life, to have their clothes, or take their vacations. 

It is aspirational living. Like, I seriously covet those green leather pants and brown boots that B wore. COVET. 
 

But you also know you are totally interested about how I go to a store, buy something, and instead of getting change, they give me a candy bar.

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If you feel the need to get paid for your pictures on intstagram when you don't need the money, it's all about your ego.  You've kind of sold your soul to the devil.  Bless your heart.  I'll pray for you.

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If you feel the need to get paid for your pictures on intstagram when you don't need the money, it's all about your ego. 

Nope. It's also about making more money. That's how the rich sometimes stay rich, they keep finding more and more revenue streams.

Granted, Bethenny in these pics doesn't seem to be selling a product (well, besides herself) so she isn't getting paid for these pics per se.

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On 7/3/2017 at 6:24 PM, Happy Camper said:

Oh for crying out loud. Who is the poor sucker that follows her around taking pics like this and her changing clothes in her car?

What a great job.

 

LOL

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17 hours ago, WireWrap said:

She is seriously thin and not a healthy thin either IMO. 

I think she looks very overtrained - is she still vegetarian? (I've heard it's harder for vegetarians to get enough protein to balance weight training /muscle building). And why do none of her "sexy" bikinis fit well? She has the $$ to buy high end and get it tailored -- the bra top fit is just awful here -  so Mrs Roper:

 

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Versus this (charming, flirty) suit:

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3 hours ago, BBHN said:

Nope. It's also about making more money. That's how the rich sometimes stay rich, they keep finding more and more revenue streams.

Granted, Bethenny in these pics doesn't seem to be selling a product (well, besides herself) so she isn't getting paid for these pics per se.

Correct, B isn't getting paid.  If it is a sponsored post that you are getting paid in then you are supposed to hashtag it #ad. B instagrams to keep her brand going. She probably is targeting new products or ones that have had a dip in sales in some of the posts.  Others are just to keep her name out there. A lot of actresses have gone a similar route--their brand is themselves. Think about Gwyneth Paltrow. She rarely acts anymore outside of the occasional Marvel movie that she is in for five minutes. Her thing is Goop. Blake Lively tried her hand at it. Reese Witherspoon is doing it big time. She has completely evolved into Southern Deb after her hilarious drunken tirade in Atlanta. Reese still acts but she has a strong branding around Reese, the Southern Deb. 

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5 hours ago, film noire said:

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I "love" the reflexion in her glasses, lol ! What a great pose, with her legs wide spread, lol !

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The blue bikini is last years picture.  She just recycled it.  This year she had a print on with a gauze coverup when she was at the grill.  She does most of the instagram.  I think staff does the emails and the sale items on instagram.  One of the things I've noticed is how very measured her SG profile is being handled.  I never feel spammed by the emails.  Maybe one a week.  The twitter account is actually a separate account.  She will retweet only on occasion.  Her social media folks always have recipes or cocktails ready and professionally shot for the event.  Whoever she hired they are good.  Just the right amount and always looks professional.

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4 hours ago, Diane Mars said:

I "love" the reflexion in her glasses, lol ! What a great pose, with her legs wide spread, lol !

I didn't notice how wide they were -- lordy! -- but it's kind of a cool image cropped; "Almost Famous" with a 21st century twist - we're all groupies to selfies, now.

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On July 5, 2017 at 3:42 AM, film noire said:

I think she looks very overtrained - is she still vegetarian? (I've heard it's harder for vegetarians to get enough protein to balance weight training /muscle building). 

 

As a vegetarian I can say it isn't hard at all.  It's more difficult for a vegan, but not one who's knowledgeable on the topic. 

I think the misconception is due to the number of people who attempt to hide their anorexia behind strict diets - veganism, gluten free, etc.  There are a lit of celebrity vegans who are clearly strong, as well as professional athletes.  It does require discipline and education. 

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Bethenny needs to stop blithering about Ramona's boob job and take hers down to a believable size.  She looks like a candidate for "Botched".

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On Wednesday, July 05, 2017 at 0:42 AM, film noire said:

is she still vegetarian? (I've heard it's harder for vegetarians to get enough protein to balance weight training /muscle buildi

I don't believe she was ever a vegetarian or hasn't been in awhile she just wanted to raise Brynn ad one and eats a largely plant based diet but still eats meat if she wants.

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1 hour ago, zoeysmom said:

Bethenny needs to stop blithering about Ramona's boob job and take hers down to a believable size.  She looks like a candidate for "Botched".

Bethany and Romona both have nasty boob jobs. That fake look where they are separated with a big gap in the middle. 

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33 minutes ago, motorcitymom65 said:

She isn't a vegetarian. Her newest item is a line of healthy deli meats.

You are right, she has never been a vegetarian, she only wanted her 2 year old to be one. LOL

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5 minutes ago, WireWrap said:

You are right, she has never been a vegetarian, she only wanted her 2 year old to be one. LOL

No she was just limiting processed meats, meats with hormone injections, meat with antibiotic, meat that fed on processed feed.  The things that pediatricians say limit as long as possible.  Most of my friends just cut out the meat for the first 2-3 years.  She said on BEA that when Bryn wanted meat it would be fine but she would look for the organic free range.  She said something to the effect that once she started school who know what she'd eat.  One of the reasons she started the deli meat line was to khave a lunch meat option for a school sandwich that didn't have the chemicals.

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Just now, QuinnM said:

No she was just limiting processed meats, meats with hormone injections, meat with antibiotic, meat that fed on processed feed.  The things that pediatricians say limit as long as possible.  Most of my friends just cut out the meat for the first 2-3 years.  She said on BEA that when Bryn wanted meat it would be fine but she would look for the organic free range.  She said something to the effect that once she started school who know what she'd eat.  One of the reasons she started the deli meat line was to khave a lunch meat option for a school sandwich that didn't have the chemicals.

It is not what she testified to in court however.  She testified she wanted Bryn to have a diet protein based legume diet.  She also gave magazine interviews where she said Bryn was a vegetarian by choice at two years old.  It is neither here nor there because Jason fed the child what he saw fit as a parent.  Don't know if the meat had preservatives in it or not.

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2 minutes ago, QuinnM said:

No she was just limiting processed meats, meats with hormone injections, meat with antibiotic, meat that fed on processed feed.  The things that pediatricians say limit as long as possible.  Most of my friends just cut out the meat for the first 2-3 years.  She said on BEA that when Bryn wanted meat it would be fine but she would look for the organic free range.  She said something to the effect that once she started school who know what she'd eat.  One of the reasons she started the deli meat line was to khave a lunch meat option for a school sandwich that didn't have the chemicals.

No, she really tried to claim that Bryn (2 years old at the time) said she wanted to be a vegetarian and that Jason was going against her wishes and feeding Bryn meat. This was part of the custody fight. LOL

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I don't think there is anything wrong with feeding your kid a better diet than your own.  Who could argue with that?  Ideally you would be eating the same thing, but there is a benefit to raising your kid to have a palate that doesn't require a bunch of salt and fat to be satisfied even if you can't pull that off yourself. Those tastes can be hard to overcome later in life, and teaching your kid better habits when they are young can benefit them for the rest of their life.  

At least she is showing Bryn that when one does eat meat, she needs to make sure what she is consuming is hormone and nitrate-free (and hopefully raised under decent living conditions).   

7 minutes ago, WireWrap said:

No, she really tried to claim that Bryn (2 years old at the time) said she wanted to be a vegetarian and that Jason was going against her wishes and feeding Bryn meat. This was part of the custody fight. LOL

I thought her complaint was specific to Jason feeding Bryn highly processed meat like hot dogs, which are typically FILLED with horrible nitrates and such.  I don't recall Bethenny registering a complaint about Jason feeding Bryn meat in general. 

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7 minutes ago, Celia Rubenstein said:

I don't think there is anything wrong with feeding your kid a better diet than your own.  Who could argue with that?  Ideally you would be eating the same thing, but there is a benefit to raising your kid to have a palate that doesn't require a bunch of salt and fat to be satisfied even if you can't pull that off yourself. Those tastes can be hard to overcome later in life, and teaching your kid better habits when they are young can benefit them for the rest of their life.  

At least she is showing Bryn that when one does eat meat, she needs to make sure what she is consuming is hormone and nitrate-free (and hopefully raised under decent living conditions).   

I thought her complaint was specific to Jason feeding Bryn highly processed meat like hot dogs, which are typically FILLED with horrible nitrates and such.  I don't recall Bethenny registering a complaint about Jason feeding Bryn meat in general. 

Bethenny made the claim, that 2 year old Bryn told her she wanted to be a vegetarian, in court, no way a 2 year old knows what that is. It was Bethenny trying to control Jason when Bryn was with him. They have made healthy, nitrate free hot dogs for years and Bethenny knows this, this was Bethenny's way to jerk Jason around and nothing more IMO.

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But we don't know that was the type of hot dogs Jason was feeding Bryn.  Bethenny was in a far better position to know than we are.

So the assertion that her complaining about what Jason fed Bryn was simply jerking Jason around is baseless.  

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10 minutes ago, Celia Rubenstein said:

I don't think there is anything wrong with feeding your kid a better diet than your own.  Who could argue with that?  Ideally you would be eating the same thing, but there is a benefit to raising your kid to have a palate that doesn't require a bunch of salt and fat to be satisfied even if you can't pull that off yourself. Those tastes can be hard to overcome later in life, and teaching your kid better habits when they are young can benefit them for the rest of their life.  

At least she is showing Bryn that when one does eat meat, she needs to make sure what she is consuming is hormone and nitrate-free (and hopefully raised under decent living conditions).   

I thought her complaint was specific to Jason feeding Bryn highly processed meat like hot dogs, which are typically FILLED with horrible nitrates and such.  I don't recall Bethenny registering a complaint about Jason feeding Bryn meat in general. 

Jason has the same right to feed his child the way he sees fit.  I agree a healthy diet should be every parent's goal.  There is also a whole list of issues for parents who feed their children according to their religious beliefs. 

Bethenny did both she bitched about what Jason fed the child and claimed the she wanted the child on a diet that relied on legumes for protein and not meat.

We have no idea if Jason was feeding Bryn nitrate free hot dogs and bacon.  Bethenny sought to remove them as options all together.  We have no idea if Jason fed the kid a hot dog once a month or every day.  This is why parents need to come up with a good work together plan. 

In this case each party gets to feed the child as they see fit. 

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Here are just some of the articles I found from back in the day.

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She talks about why she is choosing to concentrate on non-animal proteins.  She says that Bryn asks for veggie dishes.  She explains why it is vegetarian and not vegan.  None of it seems that different than the last 3 babies I've seen.  In all cases there was no animal protein for years.  The other baby food thing that is no longer advised is the whole start with this grain etc.  What is healthy for a developing baby has changed a lot in the last 20 years.  I wouldn't feed a toddler of mine meat in this day and age.  not with what we know about how meat is processed.  She seems to be saying delay, delay, delay.  God of all meats to give a toddler, bacon.  Sheesh why not just feed her a block of salt with a side of vinegar.  You can give her a couple of tums before bed and she should sleep fine.

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11 minutes ago, zoeysmom said:

In this case each party gets to feed the child as they see fit. 

So even if Jason feeds Bryn McDonald's cheeseburgers and french fries washed down by a Coke every night, chemical filled hot dogs, potato chips and onion rings and donuts ... it's all good?  Bethenny can't complain?

I don't agree.

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49 minutes ago, WireWrap said:

You are right, she has never been a vegetarian, she only wanted her 2 year old to be one. LOL

That is not exactly what she wanted. I don't remember it being a lifetime thing but something they would revisit. 

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28 minutes ago, motorcitymom65 said:

That is not exactly what she wanted. I don't remember it being a lifetime thing but something they would revisit. 

She wanted Bryn to be 1 until Bryn was older, in school, and they would then revisit the matter, according to her. And she said that it was what then 2 year old Bryn told her she wanted to be. 

47 minutes ago, Celia Rubenstein said:

So even if Jason feeds Bryn McDonald's cheeseburgers and french fries washed down by a Coke every night, chemical filled hot dogs, potato chips and onion rings and donuts ... it's all good?  Bethenny can't complain?

I don't agree.

Again, we don't know what Jason fed her. It is just as possible that the hot dogs he bought were healthy, nitrate free ones. This really was all about controlling Jason when Bryn was with him. 

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11 minutes ago, WireWrap said:

Again, we don't know what Jason fed her. It is just as possible that the hot dogs he bought were healthy, nitrate free ones. This really was all about controlling Jason when Bryn was with him. 

Could just as easily be that Jason was trying to control Bethenny when she had Bryn.

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22 minutes ago, motorcitymom65 said:

Could just as easily be that Jason was trying to control Bethenny when she had Bryn.

You really think that a 2 year old expressed the desire to become a vegetarian to her mother who eats meat? LOL Yea Right, and I have a bridge in NYC to sell. This was done so that Bethenny could control what Jason could and couldn't do with their daughter, down to the kind of food he fed her. I love and respect you and your defense of Bethenny when it comes to Jason but this was OTT ridiculous even for her. LOL

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1 hour ago, Celia Rubenstein said:

So even if Jason feeds Bryn McDonald's cheeseburgers and french fries washed down by a Coke every night, chemical filled hot dogs, potato chips and onion rings and donuts ... it's all good?  Bethenny can't complain?

I don't agree.

Here is the deal -parents have to pick their battles.  They can't run to court for every item in their child's life to be arbitrated by a third party.  Jason works for a vitamin supplements company he seems fit and I can't imagine him wanting a diet such as you described.  BTW Bethenny takes Bryn to McDonalds, she posts photos on her social media and claims the child tells the counter help at McDonalds her mother pees blood. .  Since there 5,2222 posts on how Bethenny has a right to change her mind it seems she has changed her mind.  The kid isn't surviving under her watch on just legumes.

To me at the time when Bethenny was seeking primary custody she was coming up with reasons she needed to be in charge of everything.  Bethenny always said if her child was at a party she would not object to meat and the like. 

Good news for both parents the child seems to be healthy and thriving.

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Oh geez.  All I remember is Beth saying that Bryn didn't like meat.  Well what kind of 'meat' was she being served?  I pretty much don't like any meat that doesn't have any seasoning and is steamed or whatever.  It reminds me of my neighbor who kept telling me her daughter wouldn't drink milk.  The little girl was at my house one day for lunch.  I had them make their own peanut butter sandwiches.  Well, my kid taught her how to make the sandwich.  It was so cute because she never did this before.  I put out two glasses of milk.  She said she didn't like milk.  My kid said just take a sip.  She loved it and finished every drop.  That's the difference between skim and two percent.  And yes folks, two percent is perfectly fine to give a child.  And the neighbor's child was really on the thin side.

I don't think it's wrong for parents to give their children so called 'forbidden' food once in a while.  No shame in a hot dog or Happy Meal.  Steady diet?  No.  And I think even Beth has said that she's allowed Bryn certain foods because of being older and being at birthday parties etc.  Oh, how about that pix of Beth at the barbecue at her house in the Hamptons.  She was cooking hot dogs and hamburgers.  Just sayin.

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1 hour ago, WireWrap said:

Again, we don't know what Jason fed her. It is just as possible that the hot dogs he bought were healthy, nitrate free ones. This really was all about controlling Jason when Bryn was with him. 

Well, Beth said she wouldn't have a problem with Bryn eating meat at parties and whatnot.  Why should she have a problem if Jason was feeding her healthy, nitrate free meat products on occasion?  Makes me think that isn't what he was doing.  

 

58 minutes ago, zoeysmom said:

Here is the deal -parents have to pick their battles.  They can't run to court for every item in their child's life to be arbitrated by a third party.

True.  Unless of course you have a parent who is willing to break previously agreed upon dietary rules for a child just to generate an issue with the other parent just to keep the drama going.  Kind of like a guy who sends fifty million emails for no good reason aside from insulting someone and trying to pick a fight, that is .... 

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26 minutes ago, Celia Rubenstein said:

Well, Beth said she wouldn't have a problem with Bryn eating meat at parties and whatnot.  Why should she have a problem if Jason was feeding her healthy, nitrate free meat products on occasion?  Makes me think that isn't what he was doing.  

 

True.  Unless of course you have a parent who is willing to break previously agreed upon dietary rules for a child just to generate an issue with the other parent just to keep the drama going.  Kind of like a guy who sends fifty million emails for no good reason aside from insulting someone and trying to pick a fight, that is .... 

If at the age of 2  years old you are making a dietary plan for the next 16 years for your child you may have to take a long look at your reasonableness.   Promises were broken.  Bethenny also promised to stay married.   That is what happens in a divorce.  Bethenny was the moving party, not Jason.  Jason wasn't going to court to fight for his right to feed his daughter hot dogs.  Don't know who sent 50 million e-mails.   Parties dig their heels in on both sides.  Bethenny was told by the Court to settle for joint custody and she pushed so she could tell her tale. 

Bethenny took her best shot, her attorneys most likely told her she would not prevail, cut her losses before Jason's side cross examines and damages her reputation or worse the court makes a ruling totally contrary to what she get by settling.

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8 minutes ago, zoeysmom said:

If at the age of 2  years old you are making a dietary plan for the next 16 years for your child you may have to take a long look at your reasonableness.   

Nobody said the plan was for the next 16 years.  Bethenny seemed well aware that Bryn would be calling her own dietary shots eventually, thus her statement about wanting Bryn to feel comfortable eating at parties later on.  She seems very aware that at some point Bryn's own preferences would take precedence. This is about when Bryn is small and her parents still control her diet. 

 

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Promises were broken.  Bethenny also promised to stay married.   That is what happens in a divorce.  Bethenny was the moving party, not Jason.  ... Parties dig their heels in on both sides. 

Yes, marriages fail.  People get divorced.  Vows to stay together forever in blissful love get broken.  That is really between Bethenny and Jason, though.  

I just think it would be nice if agreements reached in peaceful times about how to raise a child didn't go out the window just because one spouse is feeling angry about being rejected and wants to spite the other parent or flex his muscle by going against decisions made together about what would be in the best long term interest of the child. 

 

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Bethenny was told by the Court to settle for joint custody and she pushed so she could tell her tale. Bethenny took her best shot, her attorneys most likely told her she would not prevail, cut her losses before Jason's side cross examines and damages her reputation or worse the court makes a ruling totally contrary to what she get by settling.

 I don't understand what any of this has to do with the issue of what Bryn eats.

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4 hours ago, zoeysmom said:

Don't know if the meat had preservatives in it or not.

I think bacon was what he fed Bryn -- the gateway meat! -- so it had preservatives (and bacon! -- did I mention bacon?)

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1 minute ago, Celia Rubenstein said:

Nobody said the plan was for the next 16 years.  Bethenny seemed well aware that Bryn would be calling her own dietary shots eventually, thus her statement about wanting Bryn to feel comfortable eating at parties later on.  She seems very aware that at some point Bryn's own preferences would take precedence. This is about when Bryn is small and her parents still control her diet. 

 

Yes, marriages fail.  People get divorced.  Vows to stay together forever in blissful love get broken.  That is really between Bethenny and Jason, though.  

I just think it would be nice if agreements reached in peaceful times about how to raise a child didn't go out the window just because one spouse is feeling angry about being rejected and wants to spite the other parent or flex his muscle by going against decisions made together about what would be in the best long term interest of the child. 

 

 I don't understand what any of this has to do with the issue of what Bryn eats.

So let me get this straight the dietary rules Bethenny wants can be bended when she sees fit and she would decide when Bryn would call the shots?  Would that be age 5 or 18?  Parents control a kid's diet until kids start buying their own food.  Where exactly does the father's opinion weigh in?  This is what Bethenny wanted is control 

Was there written evidence this was some binding agreement-of course not.  Parents say thing like, "I will never swear in front of the children, " it doesn't make it binding.  How do anyone know how Jason was feeling or why he gave the kid a hot dog?  Maybe megalomaniac   Bethenny Frankel needs to take a breath and consider the child's father bought Bryn a hot dog because she wanted a hot dog.  It isn't always about spite sometimes it is about what the child wants or what is available. 

I don't no how else to explain-Bethenny was told to settle it and she pursued the case and guess what she lost the food issue.  It is about not picking one's battles.   For all her posturing about food for the child reason and equity won.

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