Meghan King Edmonds is retaining her kids a secure social distance away from her ex-husband amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Actual Housewives of Orange County alum took to Instagram on Tuesday to clarify how she and Jim Edmonds are dealing with the custody of their children in the course of the world outbreak.
Basically… momma’s acquired it lined!
The 35-year-old defined in a video:
“On the recommendation of our pediatrician, now we have determined that our children are gonna keep the place they had been when this entire safer-at-home began. It was with me, so that they’re gonna stick with me till this passes. Keep secure, guys.”
Based mostly on her different posts, the Bravolebrity’s children — 3-year-old daughter Aspen and twin sons, Hart and Hayes, 21 months — have been making essentially the most out of their self-quarantine time, from having fun with biscuit French toast to taking household walks.
In a submit over the weekend, MKE confirmed her rugrats turning the lounge into their very own private amusement park, writing within the caption:
“Actually, this crew was made for social distancing. Getting actual artistic over right here and taking advantage of our days. Anybody else acquired any concepts? I’ve an entire weekend forward so I would like all of the concepts I can get!!”
The truth star went on to share how she defined the COVID-19 disaster to her children, writing by way of Instagram:
“I advised my kiddos how The Massive Germ is invisible and it likes to hang around the place there’s lots of people, so now we have to distance ourselves from non-family members, faculties, and anyplace there’s a big crowd and now we have to scrub our arms A LOT.”
When the children query why they will’t have playdates or go to highschool, Meghan says she spins it by telling them what they will do as a substitute, similar to:
“‘We CAN watch a film right here. We CAN play costume up inside. We CAN bake and pig out on dessert!’”
As followers know, Meg and Jim called it quits in 2019 after 5 years of marriage. Again in January, the mother-of-three advised Us Weekly she wished co-parenting with the previous athlete “was higher.”
Watch out what you want for, we guess?