- So, I-I love when you talk about your kids
because you love them. - Yeah.
- But you're honest that they're children,
and they--they're a lot of work.
They're-- - Yeah.
- And--and they're in first grade now.
- They're in first grade, but the good thing is, um--
they love school. You know?
And school is on, so they-- they love going to school.
But the thing is, um, I have to remember
that--you know--to keep a positive thing on school,
like school is the best thing ever.
You know, like, when they-- they wake up at--way too early,
like at--at six or something. They wake up
and the come running into the room, like,
"We're going to school!" And--and my mentality is
"Oh, Good Lord, I gotta get up,
get these damn kids to school."
But I can't do that. I gotta get up, like,
"Yeah! It's school!"
You know, co--to-- to get them to continue
their excitement for it... - Right.
'cause once they start, you know,
hating school, then it's over.
- They're gonna realize soon that it's, uh, it's not
"Yay." - Right.
- But, well, hopefully they will continue--
now are they going to school that--that they're still
learning French and English? - Yes.
They still are learning French and English.
- That's great. So they're still--
- For who? - Well, it's great for them
to have another language. - It is.
- You can't understand them. - There you go.
- Yeah. - Right, right.
- You're still having a hard time understanding them.
- Yeah, but you know, but now Olivia, you know,
'cause at first she was calling me, uh--
they were calling me Mommy-boo.
Right, which, yeah-- I know, I don't like it either.
But now Olivia has--has she on "Momboo."
Yeah. - That's cute.
- Is it cute or is it getting a little ebonical?
Eh, you know, it-- what--what's happening here?
You know? - Uh-huh.
- It--it, you know. I'm like, Momboo?
Like, what the hell? - Yeah.
- Where'd that come from? - Uh-huh.
You're so paranoid of your children.
- I am. - Yeah.
- I'm very paranoid. - The last time
you don't like them using the word "noir."
- Right, yup. - Everything is like--
- Yeah, so it's alway--yeah. It's--It's--
you--I know, I got issues. - Yeah.
- It's always so--
- Um-- - Here's a think Olivia did,
which, like, to show you how cruel she can be too--
the kids, right? So I get out the shower, right?
And, uh, and I'm drying off, and Olivia comes in,
and she does this.
She's patting Esther, you know?
This is Esther right here. - Oh, okay.
- This roll right here. So she's patting Esther,
she goes, "You have a big, big, big, big, big stomach."
Yeah, yeah. Not your--usually you go,
"You have a big, big stomach." She did it five.
You have a big, big, big, big, big stomach.
And then I guess she saw the tears welling up in my eyes,
'cause I was like--
And then she goes, "You're still pretty."
- Oh, my-- - You're still pretty though.
That's what she said. - Wow.
- You're still pretty though. Yeah.
She's gonna be an evil little girl.