That's it.Originally Posted by Bunny555;4014494;
That's it.Originally Posted by Bunny555;4014494;
I live here & it is a very small town. We don't even have a Victoria's Secret in our mall. Everybody knows everybody.Originally Posted by swissmiss150;4012568;
Have Jason's parents ever been in the apartment? Nursing is rough in the beginning, but I would imagine one could squeeze in a nap with a baby nurse, husband, stylist and two assistants. She doesn't have to clean, change diapers, tend to other children, walk the dog, but that noontime phone call is going to kill her. Poor Julie.
Slow FORT! Posting is verrrryyyyy slow, and just getting on is glacial.Originally Posted by norealityhere;4013982;
Cookie can be trained. Bethenny is high profile enough that she could get a segment with Cesar Millan, and private training with him also. I've seen dogs do a 180 behavior turn with appropriate handling.
"Not my circus. Not my monkeys"
~~ Old Polish Proverb ~~
But I donít want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you canít help that," said the Cat: "weíre all mad here.
Since then we've seen Jason's parts blurred out too. She's not rising to his level, he's sinking to hers. Pretty soon, Jason will be peeing off the balcony and the two of them can have a big laugh over it.Originally Posted by mom2;3931157;
I DVRed the show and just got around to watching it. LOVED it! They are the cutest parents aren't they? And I agree that Bethenny seems to have mellowed after having Bryn. Lucky baby, what a great life she'll have with hopefully no money problems and two loving parents. I think Jason has been wonderful for Bethenny-- also his parents are the sweetest things. I hope she realizes how lucky she is to have such great inlaws. Some of us weren't that lucky...
I felt so sorry for poor Michael J. Fox... I mean, Max during the show! Robert Verdi really seemed to be trying to push his buttons and how ackward was Max trying to ask that girl out?! I know it's hard to do normally let alone with cameras recording your every word. Yikes.
Next week is the season finale already! Boooo. Not enough feel good shows on tv. I've really enjoyed watching the metamorphosis of Bethenny and that baby is a doll.
The dog wasn't `looking for a chance' to bite the baby. Dogs and cats do not have the capability to think at that level. Chances are the dog was forced to get near the baby because the people thought that would help the two get to know each other, but the dog found the loud little creature threatening, and reacted instinctively. There are clear signs that animals give out before they bite, such as stiffening up, and they should not be forced into situations that will set them up for failure.Originally Posted by Debb70;4014451;
I work with a rescue group, and I hate it when I hear that someone has dumped an animal because of a problem that could have been easily remedied. And yes, I have been bitten before, including very badly on the face when I was six, but even at that age, I knew it was my fault that I was bitten.
Robert Verdi used to host an interior design show on Discovery with some blonde lady called Surprise by Design. It was a great show and they were very funny together.
The most common injury for children (emergency rooms) are dog bites. They're usually to the face because that's about the right level for the dog to bite. It doesn't matter if it's the kids or the dogs fault. It can't keep happening! Even if you love your dog the child has to be chosen over the dog. My dog, a very large Borzoi was asleep in my bedroom and my daughter wandered in and (I think) fell on the dog. He snapped at her and a mouth that big does a lot of damage! He never went after her! Never seemed jealous or vicious towards her. It was my fault that I didn't see her go into the room. I thought that I was pretty good at making sure that she didn't bother him but that time I wasn't. It was a very sad and horrible experience. I felt awful for her, the dog and was mad at myself. 17 years later I have 3 small dogs. My older chihuahua doesn't like children (she came to me that way) but when company comes they all get put in their kennels! Safe for the company and even safer for the dogs! Better safe than sorry!Originally Posted by dippitydoo;4015011;
Great post! I also like the idea above about bringing in Cesar Milon the Dog Whisperer. He is great with that kind of thing, however, he still insists that the dog never been left alone with the child. Also, he gives instructions for what needs to be done with the dog after he leaves. I don't think Bethenny would be up for it. PLus, Cesar would explain why Cookie thinking she is the pack leader is a problem and that's what is causing her bad behavior. Bethenny wouldn't take that well IMO. LOLOriginally Posted by tvaholic;4015091;