Yesterday our favorite reality TV dads celebrated Father’s Day, which meant gushing social media shout-outs galore (and lots of shirtless dad pics).
Or in Kim Zolciak-Biermann‘s case, her shout-out featured a a pic of her wearing a skimpy bikini – which I’m sure is connected to how she and Kroy Biermannended up with such a massive brood of kiddies!
Above, Teresa Giudice shared, “Happy Father’s Day to my Papa. love you more than anything in this world you are my life and I am who I am because of you #daddysgirl #papa #familyiseverything”
The best part of Halloween is not the candy, it’s all of the cute little kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating!
A slew of reality star parents took to Instagram to show off Halloween costume pics of their little ones. Kim Zolciak dressed twins Kane and Kaia as ‘Grease’ characters Sandy and Danny. JWoww and her crew went dressed as The Incredibles, while her BFF Snooki and her kids were all decked out as Spiderman. Also dressing in a family theme was Kourtney Kardashian and her three kids – they went as a group of Power Rangers. Check out these and more photos below, including ones from Lisa Hochstein, Teresa Giudice, Thomas Ravenel and man more!
The tabloids had a field day when Hank was exposed for cheating on his wife, who was pregnant with the pair’s second child, during a drug fueled affair with a transgender model. After some very public ups and downs, Kendra is determined to stand by her husband and be open about the situation with their two children, six-year-old Hank, IV and two year old daughter Alijah. Wait, what? Yes, you read that correctly. Kendra is explaining all about daddy’s uh ohs and boo-boos to two kids who should be allowed to discover this drama the old fashioned way…by accidentally coming across it while surfing on the Internet at least a decade from now…you know, just like how all other reality stars’ kids learn about their parents’ sordid pasts! But that Kendra, she’s a free spirit, and she wants an open dialogue. Is is just me or should an open dialogue with kids this age be more about the tooth fairy and less about their father’s infidelities. Call me old-fashioned…