LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian: Yogurts To Go

*EXCLUSIVE* LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian took the boys out for a sweet treat

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian went with Mason, 10, and Jake, 6, to Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt in Calabasas, Calif. on Friday (July 12).

According to LeAnn’s tweets – it seemed like the boys stayed with them for the weekend. She wrote on Saturday (July 13), “Oh my do these cinnamon rolls I’m making for the boys smell delicious. I’m drinking my healthy smoothie though. Yummy actually”

She also said, “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

The Spitfire singer also recently laughed off pregnancy rumors.

She tweeted: “LMAO Star Magazine! I don’t know if you dr the pics or pic the worst one you can find, but I’m far from pregnant & just dropped a jean size.”

The country singer was in good spirits as she also told followers “just received the nicest bottle of wine” from Charlie Sheen. It was on Thursday’s episode of Anger Management that she made a guest appearance as a kinky love interest to Sheen’s character.

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  1. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)

    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

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    • Anonymous

      Because LeAnn and Eddie are celebrities. Brandi has marketed herself in a different direction. Every time I see photos of her in the Daily Mail she is either trying to show off her body in a bikini or striking innappropriate poses around her children, or drunk and acting a fool. This is a family/child themed site. Maybe if she stops branding herself in that manner the paparazzi will seek to take more family oriented photographs. Unfortunately trash sells in Hollywood so that’s what they’re looking for in her.

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  2. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

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    • D

      While I agreed/agree with everything you said the first time you posted it, I have to say I am getting bored of reading the same essay response!

      Reply
    • Anonymous

      LeAnn is allowed to tweet about her life. The kids are part of her life. Brandi is allowed to tweet about her life too. That’s the facts, Jack.

      Reply
    • Anonymous

      If LeAnn’s tweets bother you so much, unfollow her. It’s pretty simple, really.

      Reply
  3. Dana

    LeAnn Rimes may be the most hated woman in America, and abroad for that matter. Her Spitfire CD failed to sell even 13,000 copies in the five weeks since its release. No wonder she’s relegated to performing at Indian Casinos and High School proms.

    Reply
  4. Anonymous

    Mason looks like Brandi and Jake looks just like his father.

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    • D

      Agree, Mason is defiantly a Glanville, but when Jake smiles he has Brandi’s smile, have a look at the photo of her when she was little that she tweeted and you can see.

      Reply
  5. Someone

    You sure could use one of those cinnamon rolls, Leann. Looking kinda sickly.

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    • Anonymous

      Are you blind? She looks great compared to how skinny she was last year.

      Reply
      • Someone

        Well you don’t need to be rude about it. No, I don’t know how skinny she was last year, this chick bugs me. Just happened to see this pic and she looks gross.

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  6. Kristina

    In the first picture Jake looks like Cruz Beckham

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  7. Anonymous

    Poor Mason never smiles.

    Reply
    • Anonymous

      I feel so bad for these kids.

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    • jujubee

      Always, always it seems that Mason is on his father’s right — the furthest away he can be from Leann. Poor Jake just goes along with the flow. This is like the umpteenth photo of the 4 of them where Leann is markedly walking behind Eddie, not side by side. Most couples walk next to each other and the kids are in front or behind them. Sooooooooooo, maybe Eddie and LeeLee aren’t a couple in real life.?

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  8. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

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  9. Anonymous

    See?? I left your comments alone until you had mine deleted for no reason. I said nothing offensive in my comments and there was no reason for you to report them. You do realize there are other people on planet Earth that don’t necessarily agree with everything you believe? Why don’t you open your own Brandi Glanville fansite and that way you can control everything that is said about her there instead of trying to takeover this website with your obsession with these people.

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  10. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    11

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  11. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    2111

    Reply
  12. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    11111

    Reply
  13. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    1111111111

    Reply
  14. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    55555

    Reply
  15. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)

    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

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  16. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)

    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

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  17. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)

    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

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  18. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)

    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

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  19. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)

    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

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  20. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

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  21. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

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  22. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

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  23. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

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  24. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

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  25. SiervaMaria

    I love how the little guy is sporting that hat! Both boys are gorgeous kids and will probably be very handsome men like their dad. Everybody seems happy and at ease and I have no opinion about them otherwise.

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  26. Anonymous

    I don’t even read your rants. Could care less about LeAnn or Brandi. What I don’t like is the fact you think you own this board and report anyone’s comments that you don’t agree with. That’s why your comments get removed. Nothing more. It isn’t necessary for you to post them a hundred times. Just leave other people alone and you won’t have this problem. Unless, it’s an insanity thing where you feel compelled to repost them a hundred times?

    Did you hear that Brandi Glanville is auctioning off a day with her for $10,000? I really hope you win it in all sincere honesty. I think she’d love to meet a fan like you.

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    • itsstaged

      @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

      So you are doing this again? How well did this work for you the other two threads where you did this? Keep reporting all you want, just like what happened in other two threads, the comments will be reposted over and over and over again. If you don’t want the comments reposted over and over, the walk away and stop reporting the comments. How many times do you have to do this before you realize that it’s not going to work in your favor?

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    • itsstaged

      @Leann Rimes/Anonymous

      I posted the 3 comments that you reported 10x each. Have fun reporting them. Then when you can’t report them because you have reached your limit have fun whining about how the moderator should remove the posts. This is your third time doing this. What’s the outcome each time? Keep up the good work, you could care less about LeAnn or Brandi, yet here you are doing for a third thread what didn’t work for you the previous times you did it.

      The person who has been monitoring our comments said that you are always come here to post just a few minutes after Leann returns to twitter to make posts. It’s obvious who you are. If you don’t like the truth, then stop setting up these staged photo-ops with Brandi’s kids. Word is that you are just upset because you are planning on releasing a staged photo-op with Brandi’s kids at Nobu tonight.

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  27. itsstaged

    Does everyone else find it odd how Anonymous shows up here right when Leann Rimes starts posting?

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  28. itsstaged

    @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

    We don’t even read your rants. If you could care less about LeAnn or Brandi, you wouldn’t be here every time there is an article deleting comments. You do understand how aburd you sound? This is the third time that you have done this and each time it never works in your favor. You could care less about LeAnn or Brandi, yet it’s you who ends up whining you can’t abuse the reporting system. What we don’t like is the fact you think you own this board and report anyone’s comments that you don’t agree with or you harass people if they don’t praise you. That’s why your comments get removed. That’s why when you report the comments, they go right back. How well did reporting work for you those other two times? Nothing more. If you are going to be dumb enough to continue to report comments, we will continue to post them over and over again. How many times do you need to learn this lesson? It isn’t necessary for you to report comments a hundred times, so much that you hit the limit and can’t report our comments. Just leave other people alone and you won’t have this problem. You keep reporting and we will keep posting. Unless, it’s an insanity thing where you feel compelled to report and then whine because people reposted what you reported?

    Did you hear that Brandi Glanville is auctioning off a day with her for $10,000? I really hope you win it in all sincere honesty you spend so much time hating on her. I think she’d love to meet a fan like you who spends so much time on twitter and other places stalking her.

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    • Anonymous

      So, let me get this straight… You report my comments because you don’t agree with me and then complain that yours get deleted?? I’ve told you before you delusional twit, I’m not LeAnn. The reason I reported your comments is because you reported mine for no reason. Leave my comments alone and I’ll do the same. Do you really think LeAnn is the only one who doesn’t like Brandi? Get a grip.

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      • itsstaged

        @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

        So, let me get this straight… You report my comments because you don’t agree with me and then complain that yours get deleted and then complain when we repost the comments over again?? I’ve told you before you delusional twit, you are LeAnn. Leann went to Nobu lastnight. No comments appeared from you while she was out to dinner. Leann returns from Nobu, tweets, and then you show up here. The reason we reported your comments is because you reported ours(I posted 3 comments and you had had 1 removed, the one about Leann copying Brandi’s tweet) and you won’t stop harassing people when they say something you don’t like (like your attack on “Someone”) for no reason. Leave our comments alone and do the same to anyone who posts here. Just because you pay sites to post about you doesn’t mean you can control what the people saying. Like I told you before. Report all you want. You have done this how many times and what was the outcome each time? Did your plan succeed? Nope.

        Yes Leann, everyone knows that you, Darrell, Stace, Ginger, and amejean are the only ones who don’t like Brandi, especially when you make these appearance as Anonymous on sites that post photos of you with her kids right after you return from Nobu. Leann, you need to get a grip. It’s obvious it’s you Leann. The tweets you made after you returned home from Nobu gave you away. Why does Anonymous only show up when Leann is tweeting?

        Anonymous is Leann Rimes.

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        • Anonymous

          The better question is, who the ef is “itsstaged”??

          Your accusations are so delusional it’s no longer funny, it’s frightening. I used to think you we’re just some nut fan of Brandi’s but clearly you have deeper issues going on. Why are these people lives so important to you? I doubt even Brandi herself would go to these lengths. Why are you? I told you already, I’m not LeAnn. Don’t know her, don’t want to know her, and definitely don’t want to know Brandi if you’re any representation of what she is like! I’m just a mom who enjoys this site. If you could calm down and read my actual words without immediately going into conspiracy theory mode.. I’m not LeAnn. I reported your comments because you reported mine for no reason. That is all. Maybe a 3rd party is fueling the fire here? I don’t , but if you stop deleting my comments I’ll do the same. I don’t care that you don’t like LeAnn. Try not to take it so personal that some people don’t like Brandi. I never followed their Twitter drama and didn’t know who Brandi was until Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The reason I dislike her has to do with her own behavior. Nothing to do with her ex-husband or LeAnn. They are just as gross.

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          • itsstaged

            @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

            The better question is, who the ef is Anonymoys”??

            Your accusations are so delusional it’s no longer funny, it’s frightening to see that Leann is this desperate for approval. I used to think you we’re just some nut fan of Leann’s but clearly you have deeper issues going on. Why are these people lives so important to you that you spend hours reporting comments? I doubt even Leann’s fans like Stace, Ginger, and Amejean would go to these lengths. Why are you? Because you are Leann Rimes. I told you already, you are LeAnn. Your comments on this site coincide with when she is tweeting on twitter. You don’t know her, don’t want to know her, and definitely don’t want to know Brandi yet here you are trying to silence people. If you’re any representation of what Leann is like, you need help! Leann, you are not a mom. If your goal was to enjoy this site, then you wouldn’t be here for the third time raising such a fuss over what peopel are posting about you. If you could calm down and read my actual words without immediately throwing out the word conspiracy theory angle.. You are Leann. You reported my comments because they showed you and Eddie as liars. That is all. Are you seriously going to keep saying that it’s a 3rd party fueling the fire? The posts are being removed when YOU post. If you were smart, you would have figured the real reason for posting the comments over and over. As long as you harass people and remove my comments, we will keep reporting you. You do care that I think you are Leann, you made 3 more posts. Try not to take it so personal that some people don’t like you, Leann.You doI follow the Twitter drama, it’s why you deleted the comment where I said that you were copying Brandi’s tweets. You always say that you you didn’t know who Brandi was until Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but you are lying. The reason you dislike Brandi has to do with your insecurity. Nothing to do with Brandi. We know that you are gross. Anonymous came back here to post after Leann returned home from Nobu.

  29. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

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    • Anonymous

      That’s true… two different people owning and tweeting about flip flops, it MUST be a conspiracy!

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      • itsstaged

        Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

        Didn’t you say that you could care less about Leann and Brandi, yet here you are again today whining because someone noticed that you copied Brandi’s tweet.

        Oh Leann, go back and read what you tweeted. Did you tweet about owning flip flops. No. You tweeted about Brandi’s son and flip flops, the same thing that Brandi wrote last year.

        You and Eddie did set up a staged photo-op with the kids yesterday, it wasn’t at Nobu like we all thought. It was at Home Depot. Why did Eddie set up a staged photo-op with his son yesterday and then you paid The Dailymail to put the photos together to make it look like you were all at teh grocery store?

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        • Brandi

          Like “we” all thought? Who is “we”?

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          • itsstaged

            @Brandi(aka Leann Rimes)

            Now you are using Brandi’s name to make posts? Why not, you copy everything else she does.

            Leann, you know exactly who “we” is. Why do you and your fans play dumb when you are confronted about something you can’t despute?

      • Brandi

        And the tweets are a year apart. So that makes even more sense.

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        • itsstaged

          @Brandi(aka Leann Rimes who was posting as Anonymous earlier)

          Leann why are you using Brandi’s name to make posts? You copy her tweets and now you are using her name to make posts.

          Oh Leann, it doesn’t matter that the tweets are a year apart. That just means you are saving Brandi’s tweets. What makes even more sense is that you keep making excuses to explain away what you did. You think using Brandi’s name will what? Convince people that you aren’t copying Brandi’s tweets?

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          • itsstaged

            The question is: Why would YOU keep tweets from a year ago?

          • itsstaged

            @ITSSTAGED @July 18, 2013@3:24 pm(aka Anonymous/Brandi imposter/Leann Rimes)

            You went from using Brandi’s name to using my name. Obviously I must have struck a nerve. Why did you come back at 3:30 pm and 3:24pm and use may name to make posts.

            Since you are the one who copied Brandi’s tweet, it’s YOU who saved her tweets from a year ago.

            Have you ever heard of Google, Leann?

            It’s simple. When you tweeted about Mason and the flip flops, someone said that they remember Brandi posting something similar last year. Another person did a google search using the words, Brandi, Mason, and flip flops and what do you think came up? Brandi’s tweet from May 2012. Perhaps, you should think twice before you copy Brandi’s tweets.

            We know that you copied Brandi’s tweets because you used her name twice yesterday to make posts and then you came back and used my name twice to makes posts. All this because someone provided an example of you taunting Brandi.

  30. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    1.1

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    • its

      Why would YOU keep Brandi’s tweets from A YEAR AGO?

      Why don’t you ask yourself that. Unless….. You are Brandi Glanville? In that case, I think Eddie should use

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      • itsstaged

        @ITS(aka Anonymous/Brandi imposter/Leann Rimes)

        Now you are using my name to make posts?

        Since you are the one who copied Brandi’s tweet about her son and the flips, it’s you who is saving Brandi’s tweets. Why don’t you ask yourself that Leann, if you are so content in your marriage to Eddie why are you so focused on his ex-wife? You copied Brandi’s tweet and now that you are getting called out on it, you are trying to do everything possible to blame someone else.

        Let me break it down to for you. When you tweeted about Mason and the flip flops, someone said that they remember Brandi saying something very similar last year. Another perosn did a google search, using the words: Brandi, Mason, flip flops. What do you think happened? Brandi’s tweet from May 2012 came up. Perhaps you shouldn’t have copied Brandi’s tweet that way you wouldn’t have to keep trying to do damage control.

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  31. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    2.2

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  32. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    3.3

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  33. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    4.4

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  34. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    5.5

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  35. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    6.6

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  36. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    7.7

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  37. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    8.8

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  38. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

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  39. itsstaged

    The real reason Leann tweeted about Mason wearing her flip flops: she was copying Brandi’s tweet from last year.

    1) Brandi’s tweet on May 14, 2012: “My high heels are killing me so now I’m walking around Beverly Hills in Masons Flip flops.”

    2) Leann’s tweet on July 13, 2013 “Crazy that Mason is wearing my flip flops. We basically have the same size foot.”

    What type of person does the things we are seeing Leann do? Why are blogs so ready to reward Leann for this bad behavior? She sleeps with Brandi’s husband, spends days tweeting about Brandi’s kids, and then copies Brandi’s tweets about her kids.

    10.10

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  40. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    1.1

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  41. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    2.2

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  42. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    3.3

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  43. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    4.4

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  44. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    5.5

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  45. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    6.6

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  46. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    7.7

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  47. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    8.8

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  48. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    9.9

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  49. itsstaged

    Leann tweets about those kids more than their own father and mother do. Why do certain sites condone Leann’s bad behavior?

    Suburban Turmoil: This is not a Bonus Mom

    And that’s okay. It has taken me years to be able to say it, but that’s okay.

    I think that most stepmoms eventually realize this– and that’s why you won’t find a whole lot of stepmom blogs out there (and why you’ll often find yourself shuddering when you read the intimate details shared by some of the stepmoms that are online). If we suffer from finding ourselves smack dab in the middle of a touchy blended family situation that we did not create and do not control, we mostly do it in silence- if we’re smart. It’s the Stepmother Way.

    But then someone like LeAnn Rimes comes along– and, well, see for yourself.

    LeAnn. LeAnn, LeAnn, LeAnn.

    From one stepmother to another? You are not a Bonus Mom.

    If we want to get specific here, you’re actually the one that ended the relationship between the real mom and dad of those “adorable Rascals.” I feel pretty certain that you are a “bonus” that those boys could have done without.

    Your war of words with your husband’s ex has been well-documented by the media and even though I know how irritating and unfair it can be when your stepchildren’s mother says something nasty about you, your best defense, if you really, truly care about the kids (and Gisele, I hope you’re listening too) is SILENCE.

    SILENCE.

    Of course, in your defense, LeAnn, you’re hardly the first new stepmother to commit the dreaded ‘Bonus Mom’ faux pas. Now that my little ones are getting older, I’m starting to become acquainted with more and more new stepmoms, women who are giving me an uncomfortable case of deja vu because they’re right where I was ten years ago. They’re often the ones asking way too many questions during parent meetings, cheering way too loudly at soccer games, and baring way too much skin during children’s birthday parties. (I know it’s a new relationship and all, but uh. Just sayin.’) It’s hard for me to see them now because I remember doing some of the exact same things when I was in their shoes, and only now am I understanding why I got more than a few hostile glares at the time from other moms.

    A stepmom is not a bonus mom.

    My advice to LeAnn, to other new stepmoms, hell, to myself ten years ago, is to take the “wind beneath their wings” approach. Avoid conflict with the kids’ mom. Be ready and willing to take a step back at birthday parties and sports events. You do not need to prove to the world how much YOU CARE. Be there for the kids when they need you, but be willing to back off when they’re feeling conflicted, or when their mom is causing trouble, or when it’s creating problems in your own marriage. It might not be best for you and your feelings (and in a world where YOUR FEELINGS are EVERYTHING, I realize that this can be very hard to take), but if you really do want the best for the members of your blended family, you’ll do it for them.

    10.10

    Reply
  50. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”
    1.1

    Reply
  51. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”
    2.2

    Reply
  52. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”
    3.3

    Reply
  53. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

    4.4

    Reply
  54. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

    5.5

    Reply
  55. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

    6.6

    Reply
  56. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”
    7.7

    Reply
  57. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

    8.8

    Reply
  58. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

    9.9

    Reply
  59. itsstaged

    Strange. These kids were photographed with their mother, why hasn’t this site posted the photos? It’s only when the kids are spotted with Leann that this site posts the photos? Why? Why continue to pat Leann and Eddie on the back when they are exploiting these kids like this?The title should also include AKM-GSI because this was another staged photo-op. The same people who took the photos of them at the movies, is also the same people who took the photos of them eating ice cream.

    She wasn’t laughing off pregnancy rumors, she was creating them. No one even knew that this story from Star existed before she tweeted about it. How did Star get those photos of Leann standing outside of Nobu?

    Doesn’t it strike one as odd how she is constantly tweeting about those kids, even more than their father and mother put together? Instead of an article calling Leann out, we get more fluff.

    Why didn’t Eddie make his kids breakfast? Perhaps because he wasn’t home that morning, which explains why Leann spent the morning tweeting about them.

    More appropriate write-ups for this should include the following:

    “A six year old and a two in a half year old do not need this kind of negative media attention or any type of public exposure.”-Eddie Cibrian

    “In fact our children should be protected from exposure to public “gossip” in the tabloid magazines and paparazzi”-Eddie Cibrian

    “I go with the flow, but I’m very protective. I wouldn’t say I’m overly protective, but I’m very protective.” -Eddie Cibrian(Rachel Ray 2009)

    “I don’t think it’s very conducive to play anything like privately out publicly at all,” Cibrian goes on. “I mean I think it’s like very hurtful.”-Eddie Cibrian (Rachel Ray 2009)
    This write up for this article would have also been great. Proof that Eddie only shows up with his kids in public because he thinks it will help his image. Look at how these blogs are patting him on the back for getting FroYo instead of exploiting his kids. It worked!

    US Weekly(Jan 2011)
    Pal: Eddie Cibrian’s Sick of His “Philandering Sleaze” Image

    The actor, who left wife of eight years Brandi Glanville, 38, in 2009 after Us uncovered his affair with LeAnn Rimes, 28, has hired an image consultant.

    “He’s tired of being portrayed as a philandering sleaze,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

    First up? “He made Eddie get rid of his Porsche and buy a Prius,” says the insider.

    The consultant also told the newly-engaged star, 37, to be seen more with his and Glanville’s kids Mason, 7, and Jake, 3.

    Says the source, “Instead of going to a Lakers game with his buddy, the consultant insisted he bring a son.”

    10.10

    Reply
  60. Anonymous

    Hahahaha

    Reply
    • itsstaged

      Hahahaha Anonymous is Leann Rimes. Why does Anonymous only show up when Leann is tweeting? Leann went to Nobu, there were no posts from Anonymous while she was at Nobu. Leann returns from Nobu, starts tweeting, and then who shows up here? Anonymous.

      It’s okay Leann, so were Brandi’s kids with you at Nobu?

      Reply
      • Anonymous

        I feel sorry for you, itsstaged. There is more to life than following the toxic drama of these people. I promise to leave your comments alone from now on. Clearly you have deeper issues than what I have the time and energy for.

        Reply
        • Anonymous

          Also, I believe you are the one who rigged the voting on Sara Michelle Gellar winning all the polls on this site. Am I right?

          Reply
          • itsstaged

            @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

            So you are admitting to harassing other people? The only one abusing the voting system is you.

            I checked Leann’s twitter account and once again, Anonymous posts show up here when Leann is tweeting. Anonymous is Leann Rimes.

        • itsstaged

          @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

          I feel sorry for you, Leann. There is more to life than the toxic drama you create by selling photos of Brandi’s kids and selling negative stories about Brandi to tabloids. Of course you promise to leave my comments alone from now on, you have done this how many times and each time it never works out in your favor. Clearly you have deeper issues than what I have the time and energy for. If you didn’t have the time nor the energy, you wouldn’t have came back and made 3 more posts.

          Reply
  61. itsstaged

    @Anonymous(aka Leann Rimes)

    Thanks for the negative votes! The negative votes right after one of your mouthpieces released the staged photo-op you set up today at the grocery store.

    Reply

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