Wednesday, December 19, 2007

OOPS, they did it again

Just when you thought that the Spears' Family was going through more than any family could endure with Brit Brit's antics, Brit's little sister turns up preggers. I just feel for the mother. No mom of a teenage daughter wants to hear the dreaded "Mom, guess what? I'm pregnant" but just imagine that the horrid news is spread all over the media. And the Moral Crusade has already started lashing out against Mrs. Spears saying that she should be ashamed of herself for not raising better daughters. Excuse me... but Mrs. Spears wasn't the one playing the infamous "pull and pray" with her boyfriend and she sure wasn't the one tripping Brit Brit when she fell with her kid. Who's to say that Jamie Lynn didn't lie to her mom like many teens do and declare that she wasn't having sex with her boyfriend. I'm sure the paparazzi are having a field day with this one. Well, Brit isn't upset. In fact, she was recently spotted shopping for Christmas presents and reportedly is full of holiday cheer. Why not? At least, she can run a few red lights, miss some court appearances or drop one of her kids for the next few weeks and no one will give a crap. We're too busy reeling over the latest news. This could have all been avoided if "Ms. Zoey 101" would have paid more attention in "Sex Ed 101" and used some protection for goodness sake.


Sassy said...

LMAO over and over again on "pull and pray"

TravelDiva said...

LOL on the title! The Spears mom is definitely in Jesus Take the Wheel mode. I mean, Britney alone is all one parent can really handle. Then throw in a teenage pregnancy and the Spears klan looks like they're just run amok.

TILshopgirl said...

I agree. You'd have thought Brit having two babies back to back and a recent pregnancy rumor on top of less than stellar parenting skills would have made her take more precaution. I mean, after Beyonce saw the birth of her nephew she bumped the brakes on the baby dreams.

And the media is going to be watching Brit's sister to see who's the better parent. In the end, children are a joy. Children having children . . . well it's like too much ice cream.