I really did not want to blog here today. I didn’t.
They know they aren’t being molested, yet they see others making that accusation.
How? How do they “see” that?
They know they aren’t starving, yet they see others making those claims.
Again, how? How do they “see” that? Who do they “see” doing that?
They know they are intelligent educated children, yet they see others questions [sic] if they can even function in society.
And exactly how do they “see” that?
These children live “off-grid.” They have no WiFi at their shed. They have no access to the internet. There are 11 of them, and they share one cheap little Kindle Fire. If they get WiFi, it would be at the salon, I suppose.
How do they “see” anything? How would they know anything at all is being said about them?
The oldest kid, the one who commented here, and whose remarks were not allowed because he is not of age, said quite clearly that his mother told him what was said on this blog and so he came over here to make a comment.
And when I would not permit him to participate in the discussion here because of his age, Nicole blasted away at me.
As you can see, I simply don’t want minor children participating here. That’s because somebody should protect them.
She was pissed off about it. So pissed off that she told him “they” removed his comments. Because we don’t want the truth, don’t you know. But the children are tired of people talking shit about their life.
And how did that kid know that somebody was “talking shit” about anything?
Because Nicole told him.
This was last December.
This is a kid who has “suffered emotional abuse.” If we want to help, leave him alone, she says. Yet she goes and tells this “emotionally abused” kid that somebody on a blog made a comment that he won’t like and then hands him her phone so he can reply. (Or writes the reply as though she is the kid in question. Who knows which it was?)
My children know the reality. . . And it scares them. It scares the crap out of them.
So why, in the name of all that is reasonable, does she do this?
These are thumbnails of YouTube videos that Nicole uploaded to the public internet for more than 1000 perfect strangers to see. I am not going to link to them. I do not condone this. It’s awful.
These are not sweet videos somebody took to share with Grandma. You can do that and keep it private and just send the link and password to those you wish to see it.
These are pimp-out-your-kid videos. And these are not videos of the “teenagers.” These are younger children.
She is exploiting these kids for donations. She does these videos, assuring everyone that her children are just so happy and well-adjusted and well-educated and it’s all so perfect. And then she turns around and decides that they are scared out of their wits because of stuff people say on social media.
No reasonable parent, if they thought their children were so scared of what people were saying on social media about them, would point out that stuff to them, and certainly would not get them to perform for the camera like trained monkeys in an effort to raise money.
Pardon me if I simply don’t feel it, Nicole. Nobody has done anything to frighten your kids but you.