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Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave Posted All the Updates on What Her Kids Are Up to Today
The RHOBH alum offered up some news on her family’s life these days.
ICYMI, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave’s kids are growing up right before our eyes and all over her Instagram feed. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum recently shared some big updates on what her kids are up to, and we’re tired just reading about it.
Earlier this week, Teddi shared that her daughter Dove is making some big moves, quite literally. “Today is the day. We are transitioning Boss Baby Dove into her big girl bed. It’s been 7 years since I did this,” she wrote on Instagram. “Any tips and tricks for us?! Toddler bed. Bye bye crib.”
In addition to that update, Teddi also shared that her daughter Slate and son Cruz have officially started 4th grade and 2nd grade, respectively. Dove, on the other hand, is “back to another day of bossing everyone around.”
“A big day over here. I want to get to know y’all a little better. How many of you actually made signs? In a shocking turn of events, I forgot aka I don’t have one DIY crafty bone in my body,” Teddi captioned the photo, adding, “Back to school.”
Not only is it back-to-school season, but it’s also almost Halloween, and the Arroyaves are feeling it. “Do you like to scream and pee your pants a little? If so, we strongly recommend [Halloween Horror Nights] at [Universal Studios Hollywood],” she said of the night out with her husband, Edwin Arroyave. “In a shocking turn of events we had Cruz and Dove sit this one out.”
When Teddi isn’t busy living her best spooky szn life getting scared in little pre-Halloween fun, she’s sharing heartwarming moments at home. “This was the song Dad aka the cougs aka [John Mellencamp] would sing to me every time we would head to the airport for me to go back to moms. He even sang it at my wedding(s). Now, I (attempt) to sing it to my kids; there haven’t been any complaints yet,” she wrote. “What’s the song that always takes you back to your childhood or you sing to your kids?”