After we all just had to hear about how fantastic Kim Kardashian’s vagina was post-childbirth, the millionaire mommy has another doozy for us. Here’s one of her recent Facebook updates:
I thought it would be something cute, so I clicked on the link at the end of her post. Now fill in the blank by guessing what she’s actually talking about. “Until you have your own child, you don’t realize____”
- The sappy: How magical it is to create a new life
- The funny: How much baby feet can stink
- The practical: How important it is to get life insurance
- The relatable: How all moms are in this together
But when I followed the link to her blog, I was blown away to learn that she was actually referring to the importance of quality fabric. She said:
“Until you have your own child, you don’t realize how important it is for fabrics to be extra soft and accessible.”
When I think of things that should be accessible for babies and children, I think of healthy food, education and medical care. Fabric doesn’t make my list of parental concerns.
But Kim and sister Kourtney are very concerned with fabric. I learned from Kim’s blog post that soon they’ll be hawking their new Kardashian Kids baby clothes at a Babies “R” Us near you. And they’re trying to add to their net worth by cashing in on us regular moms.
You’d think that if Kim was trying to sell us something she’d at least attempt to relate to us. Well Kim, here’s some advice. A normal mom’s “extra soft” fabric is probably a hand-me-down. (The more you wash it, the softer it gets.) And as for accessibility, every store on the planet already sells Carters.
Now I’ve been at this parenting thing for almost a year and a half, and the only time fabric ever crossed my mind was when I was trying to scrub spit up or poop stains out of it. I think Kim has someone else do that for her.