Poor, April. Get your ass beat for talking on the phone with your girlfriend and you get the dirty look. Also for having a forehead that makes it look like she’s bald and wearing a too-small wig.
Gary is at his new house, showing Leah and the Moms around. He’s all excited because the daycare he’s going to take Leah to will potty train her. Yeah, because that’s not a parent’s job or anything. Way to go, fatass. He’s already getting pissy about Amber paying for daycare, though he hasn’t told her about it, yet. He doesn’t think she’ll want to pay up. I doubt that, somehow. Maybe, just maybe, she’ll be upset about you putting Leah in daycare instead of letting her watch her during the day. Gary’s making it seem like Amber wants nothing to do with taking care of Leah. Has anyone found a redeeming quality about him? I’m still looking. Somewhere in that massive ball of lard must be something…something.
Farrah’s at her wit’s end with Sophia and her crazy 2-year-old antics of hardly listening and getting into things she not supposed to get into. So, she calls Debra.
Hey, you know how I told you that you’re a terrible mother and a psycho bitch? Yeah, I’m gonna need you to take over parenting duties for me.
There’s not a bit of groveling. Nothing. Just kinda’, “Hey, so Sophia’s a pain in the ass, so I’m going to have you take her back across the country with you after I get back from Austin.” This isn’t a dog. This is a child. OH. MY. GOD.
This is what I feel like doing right now.
She just has too much stress, y’all. She has WAY more stress than anyone else with children among other responsibilities. We should feel bad for her, you guys. Honestly.
Ty comes home from the court appearance and tells Cate what happened. Somehow, she was reading a paper newspaper on her laptop. Poor Cate. She’s so sure she and Ty belong together forever and Ty seems like he’s not completely sure. That’s too bad – I think they could be great together in the long run. But, what do I know? Maybe they’ll do just fine.
Bentley comes home to the new house and doesn’t like anything about it. Maybe they should have involved him in the house-hunting process? We took our son along to every house we looked at. Of course, my kid loves to nose through homes and check everything out just like his mommy, so he’s just a little different from Benny. They try to get him to ride in a wheelbarrow to change his mind, but it doesn’t work.
Amber, meanwhile, is bawling her eyes out because she can’t track down her child. Gary’s mom has Leah, but refuses to answer her phone. Amber’s friend Sara stops by and finds her in tears. She listens to Amber and tries to calm her down. This seems like the kind of friend she needs in her life, but I guess that didn’t work for her since she’s in the clink as I type. Amber makes a very, very valid point that if you have someone else’s child in your possession, you should make sure you are always available when the parent(s) try to call. I’ve had this issue before and it pisses me off something fierce, too. I totally smell what she’s stepping in.