A major theme this week was Kim's daughter Brielle's birthday party. As i said last week, she seems to try to be a good mother, but I really am against spoiling your children so young. The hardest workers and the most successful people I know learned the value of a dollar young. Also, when children are given too much too young, they are always longing for more. It is an empty hole to fill. I think it was so great that Kim wanted to give her daughter an incredible, memorable birthday experience, but i think a $1600 bag at that age is a little excessive and makes the other children feel uncomfortable and envious.
I also just have to giggle at the amount of cleavage in this show in general but in particular Kim's showing of her merchandise at her daughter's party. I maintain that she has got a little bit of Texas. She did come from humble means, she is trying to give her daughter everything and I can't help but like her a little. This Big Poppa thing feels sticky though. Let's stay tuned for that moment.
I also think it is sweet that NeNe and Brielle are close. It shows that NeNe is a good person and takes interest in her friend's daughter. Everybody made nice nice at Brielle's birthday, NeNe and Sheree gave each other some nice compliments and put it behind them. The drama was built up for that to be a big conflict scene and it was anticlimactic at best. Something tells me that this NeNe/Sheree moment isn't over just like Jill and Ramona on my show. Their conflicts always rear their ugly heads.
Sheree, Sheree, Sheree. Is it necessary to own 1,000 pairs of shoes much less to discuss it? It really does feel so void and vapid and superficial. I hope her character has more to offer than shoes and Dolce Gabbana dresses. So far it's seven figures and 1,000 pairs of Manolos.