Yolanda Foster may pick organic lemons from her personal lemon grove then go inside her immaculate mansion and make herself some sort of lemon cleanse, but that doesn't mean she's totally unrelatable -- The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently gave an interview in which she expounds on the virtues or motherhood. Sure, she's disappointed that she can't get her model daughter a second horse, and yeah, she wears a multi-thousand-dollar Hermes belt buckle, but still, she's just a mom at heart.
Check out what she has to say on the subject so near and dear to us:
My days are crazy, like most moms in the world. My days are full every day, but I think that's what makes us women so powerful: A guy could never [balance] that! We're just able to juggle it all [as moms].
Amen, mamacita, amen. Shocking how relatable she is! She credits being born with the organizational gene for keeping her home running smoothly, but as any mom knows, to be disorganized is to sin. Nothing like scrambling around that last minute to find your son's soccer shin guards to really highlight the importance of a home in harmony.
And as far as providing meals for her children, husband, and five stepdaughters goes, Yolanda says she's not a great cook, but she's not afraid to make mistakes, and I think most of us can relate -- we might not be a Top Chef in the kitchen, but we make it work.
Yolanda's got three teens, Gigi, 17, Bella, 16, and Anwar, 13, and seems to be an involved parent (if not too involved -- she was criticized for pushing Gigi too hard in her modelling career). Even though on the surface Yolanda doesn't seem that relatable, I think deep down, she's just a woman trying to raise three teenagers the best she can.
And because of that, we can sympathize.
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