Just because I have four children doesn't even make me a parenting expert. But I'm pretty sure I beat Teen Mom "MTV Starlet" Chelsea Houska at the job.
But that hasn't stopped this "stunningly gorgeous reality TV star" from being pitched to mom bloggers as one.
Apparently, her vast parenting experience "as one of the more outspoken and intriguing members of the series" is available for me to offer to my readers.
I'm still trying to picture what this Black Hills Beauty College student who IF YOU'RE WONDERING likes to vacation with her family in a cabin at Lewis & Clark Lake in Nebraska and volunteers at an animal shelter, would tell me:
- OMG dressing a baby is so not like a barbie dolls. LOL!
- Diapers cost so you might have to quit tanning. Or do Playboy!
- Babies are kind of like taking care of dogs. But kinda not too.
- At least you don't have to worry about getting pregnant for awhile. Or like six weeks.
Clearly no one with a toddler, let alone the teenage star of a shitty reality show on MTV, should be doling out any sort of advice when it comes to parenting unless they have a degree in it.
And even then, all the research, book reading, and education in the world will not completely prepare you for what parenting involves.
- Tips from Katie Holmes for parenting on a million dollar budget with an entourage!
- An advice book by Frances Bean Cobain called "How to Parent Yourself!"
- RuPaul's new reality show "Mom's a Drag" where he solves parenting problems by dressing moms up as drag queens.
I'm pretty sure Chelsea should stick to selling Scentsy, dishing on what to wear to prom, and focus her attention on her studies.
Because based on that dye job and eyeliner, you won't be giving out hair and make-up advice anytime soon either.