And I was also wondering...how were they able to keep that house after having bankruptcy when supposedly they owed lots of money to the contractors, etc. that built the house? You would think that those people were included in their bankruptcy. It's strange that they would be allowed to stay in the house if they never paid those who built it. And I can't imagine that owning/running a pizza place and selling books could possibly support that home as well as their lavish lifestyle. Teresa still had a personal makeup artist and hairstylest come to her home, something that most people NEVER have, no less people that have filed bankruptcy and her girls still had custom-made dresses that matched each other for the christening event.
Did anyone notice when looking at Teresa's house compared to her sister-in-law's house, that she and her sister-in-law look like were in competition re: who can have the biggest house on the block? Their homes are so similar.
I guess the part that really turns my stomach is how the sister-in-law says "thank-you Jesus" at every turn, as if she is so holy and they live such a "christian" life, and then they all act like animals and very un-Christian I might add, at the christianing party. They drink like fish, swear like sailors and brawl as if in a lowlife bar. It's people like that who give Christians a bad name. If you're gonna act like the devil, leave Jesus out of it!