Meghan King Edmonds is taking to her blog to react to this week’s episode of the RHOC. She says she’s really disappointed that Kelly Dodd minimized her advice about the other women and Vicki, but says then again she isn’t surprised, because Dodd is known to take cheap jabs at people. She also shares her thoughts on Shannon’s confrontation with Vicki and Briana’s health scare.
“A new episode means even more shots! I meant what I said, that every time I gave myself a shot I felt so proud of myself up until the next time I’d have to give myself another shot – then I felt like a huge wuss again! I loved having all of the girls’ support at Kelly’s party though, especially since both Heather and Kelly knew exactly what I was going through.
It is really frustrating to me that Jimmy doesn’t act more interested in the IVF process, especially considering that it has consumed my life. I understand that it can be an overwhelming process and he had to be in Florida for spring training during most of it, but I was on a lot of hormones and was very emotional. It definitely would’ve been nice to have him pay more attention to the process, but that didn’t mean he wasn’t excited for us to have a baby.
It was heartbreaking to see Briana in pain and to see Vicki’s reaction to her. I can’t imagine seeing your child sick and not being able to do anything about it. No mother should have to experience such a scary situation, but it seemed like Vicki was staying strong and was able to juggle it all. And how coincidental is it that Sarah happened to be there when the ambulance came and was then available to watch Briana’s kids while they were at the hospital?! Almost divine!
It’s really disappointing that Kelly downplayed my advice regarding Vicki and the group of women and that she thought that I was being selfish and then insinuated that it was something a millennial might do. I really was trying to be her friend and be a peacemaker between her and the other women. I know that in some unfortunate circumstances though, Kelly does tend to go for the cheap jabs, so I’m not hurt or shocked that she would minimize my heartfelt advice by mocking my age.
When it comes to Shannon inviting Vicki to her party, I don’t think that it was a good idea, but I do admire her for inviting her if she felt like it was the right thing to do. If they are on bad terms, I don’t know why anyone would ever want to invite someone like that to their party. It just makes no sense to me. I don’t think it’s about hurting feelings or not hurting feelings, it’s about inviting your actual friends to your party. You’ll see next week though how that all plays out!”
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