Bravotv.com: Were Ayden's cookies a hit?
Phaedra Parks: Ayden's smoothies and cookies were a hit! He sold out of all of his goodies and learned some basic business principles while doing so. However, the most important lesson was engaging in philanthropy and learning the importance of caring for and sharing with those less fortunate. For more information on the Phaedra Foundation, please visit www.phaedrapfoundation.org.
Bravotv.com: Does he have a future in business?
PP: Absolutely! Much like myself, Ayden will be an astute business man and will have the tools to be successful in his chosen area of professional interest.
Bravotv.com: Were you surprised Kenya came to you for advice?
PP: I am not surprised by much. It is no secret that my relationship with my former husband had and still has its challenges. I was happy to lend some perspective and support to Kenya. I have learned that if I don't share my lessons and blessings born from life's challenges, then my living is in vain.
Bravotv.com: What's your relationship like with Apollo's parents?
PP: I have a great relationship with Apollo's parents. My mother-in-law is a very supportive and caring lady. We both consider family very important, so we make spending time together a priority.