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djcbcn wrote:I haven't been on here in ages. A tweet Jared made is on the popular page of reddit and made me decide to check their section here. Same ol same I see. Really sad.

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It was just a dumb comment he made about the day being great and it turns out it was the day stan lee died. It was just a fluke he was on it honestly.

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I noticed Tommy has started standing but not walking but Clara and Lucy walk fine and stuff
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Did they say when they would start vlogging/uploading again. They are home now.
It is hard to believe it looks like what they use to make in a month is what they make in a year. Desperate times.
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Jared put in a reservation for a Tesla truck.
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Cgl33 wrote:Jared put in a reservation for a Tesla truck.
Jared is a moron who is just as materialistic as his wife.

People with far more money than he and Ellie spend much more wisely. Guess that’s why they have far more money!


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Cgl33 wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:32 pm
Jared put in a reservation for a Tesla truck.
Not to be a Negative Nancy, but I only know this because my husband is a huge Tesla fan. On Nov 21 Tesla is unveiling their new cybertruck in LA. Jared not purchasing one, but just going to the unveiling of it. It will not be for purchase right now but should be available in the future.
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tn37185mp wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:16 pm
Cgl33 wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:32 pm
Jared put in a reservation for a Tesla truck.
Not to be a Negative Nancy, but I only know this because my husband is a huge Tesla fan. On Nov 21 Tesla is unveiling their new cybertruck in LA. Jared not purchasing one, but just going to the unveiling of it. It will not be for purchase right now but should be available in the future.
Ok, thank you for clearing that up!
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Oh Jared will 100% be buying a Tesla truck. This is the same man who has to have EVERY new piece of technology the second it comes out. He changes cell phones every few months for goodness sake. But regardless, flying to LA to attend a reveal party for a vehicle you aren’t even planning on purchasing is still fairly ridiculous and wasteful.

He’ll get his Tesla truck, and Ellie will get her gender specific baby.


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Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:45 pm
Oh Jared will 100% be buying a Tesla truck. This is the same man who has to have EVERY new piece of technology the second it comes out. He changes cell phones every few months for goodness sake. But regardless, flying to LA to attend a reveal party for a vehicle you aren’t even planning on purchasing is still fairly ridiculous and wasteful.

He’ll get his Tesla truck, and Ellie will get her gender specific baby.


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He will then drive his new Tesla, with their new baby girl, to a homeless shelter where they will be living.
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geezlouise_99 wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:32 pm
I noticed Tommy has started standing but not walking but Clara and Lucy walk fine and stuff
She doesn't want him to walk for some crazy reason. She never works with him at all. She keeps saying she loves it and shoves those horrible pacifiers in his mouth so she can sniff them later ( so gross ) Even 22-year-old Cole was has helping his daughter Posey to walk and she's 10 months.
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A walking toddler is so much harder to control. That’s why it isn’t a priority for Ellie.


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Mickey123 wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 6:51 am
geezlouise_99 wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:32 pm
I noticed Tommy has started standing but not walking but Clara and Lucy walk fine and stuff
She doesn't want him to walk for some crazy reason. She never works with him at all. She keeps saying she loves it and shoves those horrible pacifiers in his mouth so she can sniff them later ( so gross ) Even 22-year-old Cole was has helping his daughter Posey to walk and she's 10 months.
Ellie and Jared keep reminding us on video that every child is different with regards to walking. Some start earlier and some are late walkers. They have to practice with him, get his legs strong. Ellie wants so badly to keep him a baby until she gets pregnant with the next one, then Tommy will be shoved to the basement for Jackson and Calvin to watch.
Aspyn and Parker bought a Tesla a few months back before the baby was born. They decided to NOT KEEP IT and returned it. They were taking a Trip to SLC and needed to stop to recharge it. It took an hour or two. They said It would not be a good idea to be hanging around with a baby waiting for the car to charge. They Returned the Tesla and bough a gas powered SUV.
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Liz_444 wrote:
HelloSweetie wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:45 pm
Oh Jared will 100% be buying a Tesla truck. This is the same man who has to have EVERY new piece of technology the second it comes out. He changes cell phones every few months for goodness sake. But regardless, flying to LA to attend a reveal party for a vehicle you aren’t even planning on purchasing is still fairly ridiculous and wasteful.

He’ll get his Tesla truck, and Ellie will get her gender specific baby.


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He will then drive his new Tesla, with their new baby girl, to a homeless shelter where they will be living.
Do they still have the trailer? They can live in that...

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Mickey123 wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 6:51 am
geezlouise_99 wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:32 pm
I noticed Tommy has started standing but not walking but Clara and Lucy walk fine and stuff
She doesn't want him to walk for some crazy reason. She never works with him at all. She keeps saying she loves it and shoves those horrible pacifiers in his mouth so she can sniff them later ( so gross ) Even 22-year-old Cole was has helping his daughter Posey to walk and she's 10 months.
It doesn't help that she was swaddling him until he was 6mo old and after that, she kept putting him in a sack to sleep. Every time they would come to get him after a nap or in the morning, he would be sitting in the crib - not standing. From my experience, babies his age normally are pulling up on the crib rails and standing up long before 12mo of age. His motor development seems delayed quite a bit and I wonder if being bound and/or having no access to use his hands may be contributing to it. They didn't have these sleep "sacks" when my babies were small, but I know there are some in which the hands are not covered. Maybe she should give him a little more access to his hands so he can begin pulling himself up more and strengthening his legs. Babies will learn to walk even without help, but it requires giving a baby access to pull up, stand, and "cruise" along the furniture. When I look around their home and the way it is decorated, I'm not seeing many places or objects where he can do that. Pulling up on those soft, blue ottomans isn't enough. He can't get a good hold on them to pull up like he could a table. A play table with activities on the top of some sort to encourage him would be all that he needs. I see NO baby/toddler toys out in the open in that house. :(
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Hannah wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:21 am
Mickey123 wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 6:51 am
geezlouise_99 wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:32 pm
I noticed Tommy has started standing but not walking but Clara and Lucy walk fine and stuff
She doesn't want him to walk for some crazy reason. She never works with him at all. She keeps saying she loves it and shoves those horrible pacifiers in his mouth so she can sniff them later ( so gross ) Even 22-year-old Cole was has helping his daughter Posey to walk and she's 10 months.
It doesn't help that she was swaddling him until he was 6mo old and after that, she kept putting him in a sack to sleep. Every time they would come to get him after a nap or in the morning, he would be sitting in the crib - not standing. From my experience, babies his age normally are pulling up on the crib rails and standing up long before 12mo of age. His motor development seems delayed quite a bit and I wonder if being bound and/or having no access to use his hands may be contributing to it. They didn't have these sleep "sacks" when my babies were small, but I know there are some in which the hands are not covered. Maybe she should give him a little more access to his hands so he can begin pulling himself up more and strengthening his legs. Babies will learn to walk even without help, but it requires giving a baby access to pull up, stand, and "cruise" along the furniture. When I look around their home and the way it is decorated, I'm not seeing many places or objects where he can do that. Pulling up on those soft, blue ottomans isn't enough. He can't get a good hold on them to pull up like he could a table. A play table with activities on the top of some sort to encourage him would be all that he needs. I see NO baby/toddler toys out in the open in that house. :(
I just noticed on a recent Vlog that she STILL puts him in a sack! I couldn't believe it. The first thought that came to my mind was "no wonder Tommy doesn't walk yet". He's almost 17 months old for goodness sake stop trying to delay his milestones!
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There is a bit of truth in the ad vlog. When Jared asked Ellie if she knew where Jackson was and she said " Hopefully he is somewhere tiring himself out so he would go to bed-it was bedtime. It was supposed to be acting and funny, but we all know it's how she really felt! :D
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I think Jackson was cute in the ad. He was so into it.
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PirateWench8 wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 10:17 am
Hannah wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:21 am
Mickey123 wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 6:51 am


She doesn't want him to walk for some crazy reason. She never works with him at all. She keeps saying she loves it and shoves those horrible pacifiers in his mouth so she can sniff them later ( so gross ) Even 22-year-old Cole was has helping his daughter Posey to walk and she's 10 months.
It doesn't help that she was swaddling him until he was 6mo old and after that, she kept putting him in a sack to sleep. Every time they would come to get him after a nap or in the morning, he would be sitting in the crib - not standing. From my experience, babies his age normally are pulling up on the crib rails and standing up long before 12mo of age. His motor development seems delayed quite a bit and I wonder if being bound and/or having no access to use his hands may be contributing to it. They didn't have these sleep "sacks" when my babies were small, but I know there are some in which the hands are not covered. Maybe she should give him a little more access to his hands so he can begin pulling himself up more and strengthening his legs. Babies will learn to walk even without help, but it requires giving a baby access to pull up, stand, and "cruise" along the furniture. When I look around their home and the way it is decorated, I'm not seeing many places or objects where he can do that. Pulling up on those soft, blue ottomans isn't enough. He can't get a good hold on them to pull up like he could a table. A play table with activities on the top of some sort to encourage him would be all that he needs. I see NO baby/toddler toys out in the open in that house. :(
I just noticed on a recent Vlog that she STILL puts him in a sack! I couldn't believe it. The first thought that came to my mind was "no wonder Tommy doesn't walk yet". He's almost 17 months old for goodness sake stop trying to delay his milestones!
She still puts him in the swaddle sack with his arms pinned all night!? My sister uses the "tank-top style" sleep sack for far longer than normal mothers do (2+ yrs), because she is crazy and thinks a blanket will suffocate them. That being said, they all developed normally. The oldest walked at 9 months and would toddle around with the sleep sack on (my sister didn't believe in sleep training until the third). Tommy is still in an appropriate age range for the sleep sack, but her kids certainly seem delayed compared to every other healthy baby I have known.
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I’m not so bothered about the sleep sack with Tommy as in Australia they sell these types of sacks or “sleep
Suits” for up to 36 months. I don’t personally do that for that long but I have a friend who does this (maybe Ellie for the same reason) for her kid not to come out of their cot/crib with the sack on they can’t get out of it. I’m not a fan of that but each to their own.
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OMG on Ellie’s Instagram story Tommy is walking around with her electric toothbrush minus the brush part. It’s basically like a mini drill end. It seems she didn’t even know he had it, so who knows how long he was unattended and/or where he got it from. So unsafe if he were to put it in his mouth or lean against it and turn it on.


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HelloSweetie wrote:OMG on Ellie’s Instagram story Tommy is walking around with her electric toothbrush minus the brush part. It’s basically like a mini drill end. It seems she didn’t even know he had it, so who knows how long he was unattended and/or where he got it from. So unsafe if he were to put it in his mouth or lean against it and turn it on.


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And of course instead of taking it away immediately, she films it.
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Sleep sacks are actually totally normal (and recommended) at Tommy’s age. It’s a better alternative to using a blanket. It usually doesn’t hinder a babies ability to stand, however you can get “walker” sleep sacks that have legs so baby can walk in the blanket. I don’t understand why e+j aren’t doing more for tommy to start walking. I wonder if they’re concerned at all. I hope they bring it up at his next doctors appt. I’d be concerned if I were them.


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I don’t think anyone was saying he shouldn’t be in a sleep sack? They were saying his hands are covered in the sleep sack! He has no use of his hands overnight, he could barely hold his wubanub (well 3 of them, which are meant for babies with no teeth by the way). I remember Ellie saying they had to cover his hands when he was putting them in his mouth... at what, 3-4 months old? He’s almost 18 months and she is also still giving him a baby bottle?

I mean, I wouldn’t judge somebody for stretching out the use of baby items but at some point it starts to hinder the child’s development which is clearly what we’re seeing here.


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I don’t think anyone was saying he shouldn’t be in a sleep sack? They were saying his hands are covered in the sleep sack! He has no use of his hands overnight, he could barely hold his wubanub (well 3 of them, which are meant for babies with no teeth by the way). I remember Ellie saying they had to cover his hands when he was putting them in his mouth... at what, 3-4 months old? He’s almost 18 months and she is also still giving him a baby bottle?

I mean, I wouldn’t judge somebody for stretching out the use of baby items but at some point it starts to hinder the child’s development which is clearly what we’re seeing here.


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Yes, that is what I meant. I didn't mean that sleep sacks aren't useful or shouldn't be used, but it really struck me in a recent video where they were getting the kids ready for bed. Tommy was in his sack - with his hands covered - and given, I think, three of those little wubanubs and I felt sorry for him having to manage holding them all with what amounts to basically socks on his hands. It limits his dexterity. I can also imagine it is hard for him to grab onto the crib rail with his hands covered by fabric. I think they would slip and his grip would be affected. I could always be wrong, but there IS a reason he is not walking and it could be something else, like just not being given the opportunity to explore his own environment with having adequate and supportive furniture to pull up on, or not having access to it, at least. There are no little child-sized chairs, tables, coffee tables, etc. for him to cruise along. Whatever there is for him to use is in the basement and even that is limited, as far as I can see. Didn't she even recently decide to put away most of those toys downstairs? There is a little kitchen down there that would be perfect for him to explore, but it's stuck behind a door under the stairs. I know she got a water table. Where is it? Dry it out, put some toys in the middle of it and bring it inside. He'll be walking in no time! It makes me a little sad that there is no evidence that a baby even lives in that house other than a high chair. No basket of toys or a toy box in the living room for him to explore and barely anything downstairs, anymore. I just don't get why she feels the need to withhold toys from her children or give them toys that SHE wants them to like. There is a very strange vibe with her related to toys. She has quite some attachments to her own childhood toys, I notice. Makes me wonder if toys were withheld in her home growing up.
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Hannah wrote:
Sat Nov 16, 2019 2:18 pm
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Sat Nov 16, 2019 1:22 pm
I don’t think anyone was saying he shouldn’t be in a sleep sack? They were saying his hands are covered in the sleep sack! He has no use of his hands overnight, he could barely hold his wubanub (well 3 of them, which are meant for babies with no teeth by the way). I remember Ellie saying they had to cover his hands when he was putting them in his mouth... at what, 3-4 months old? He’s almost 18 months and she is also still giving him a baby bottle?

I mean, I wouldn’t judge somebody for stretching out the use of baby items but at some point it starts to hinder the child’s development which is clearly what we’re seeing here.


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Yes, that is what I meant. I didn't mean that sleep sacks aren't useful or shouldn't be used, but it really struck me in a recent video where they were getting the kids ready for bed. Tommy was in his sack - with his hands covered - and given, I think, three of those little wubanubs and I felt sorry for him having to manage holding them all with what amounts to basically socks on his hands. It limits his dexterity. I can also imagine it is hard for him to grab onto the crib rail with his hands covered by fabric. I think they would slip and his grip would be affected. I could always be wrong, but there IS a reason he is not walking and it could be something else, like just not being given the opportunity to explore his own environment with having adequate and supportive furniture to pull up on, or not having access to it, at least. There are no little child-sized chairs, tables, coffee tables, etc. for him to cruise along. Whatever there is for him to use is in the basement and even that is limited, as far as I can see. Didn't she even recently decide to put away most of those toys downstairs? There is a little kitchen down there that would be perfect for him to explore, but it's stuck behind a door under the stairs. I know she got a water table. Where is it? Dry it out, put some toys in the middle of it and bring it inside. He'll be walking in no time! It makes me a little sad that there is no evidence that a baby even lives in that house other than a high chair. No basket of toys or a toy box in the living room for him to explore and barely anything downstairs, anymore. I just don't get why she feels the need to withhold toys from her children or give them toys that SHE wants them to like. There is a very strange vibe with her related to toys. She has quite some attachments to her own childhood toys, I notice. Makes me wonder if toys were withheld in her home growing up.
I knew what you meant about the sleep sacks. I think majority of people use them with good intent. Im assuming, only based on my sister in law doing this, uses sleep sacks on her 2 year old because she doesnt want her son getting out of his cot/crib. With a sack/suit it's almost impossible for a kid to climb out of the crib with a sack. If they do it's incredibly unsafe. It's safer for a kid to climb out using their arms and legs. Usually this is a sign babies are ready for a bigger bed. Im assuming if my sister in law thinks she can keep her son (who is a tad older than Tommy) in the crib so she can get some extra snooze, I dont think it's that far fetched to assume that Ellie may feel the same way: to keep Tommy "caged" as I like to jokingly call it with my own kids. When my kids get a bigger bed from the cot/crib, I joke they are now free range. ;)
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