#RHOC Meghan Edmonds Labels Her Baby An ‘Emotional Burden’ and Blames Pot-Stirring On Motherhood!

Posted on Sep 15 2017 - 12:22pm by BeachSpin

Meghan King Edmonds’ star is falling — but is the Real Housewives of Orange County mom blaming it all on the baby?

Meghan enjoyed success as a self-proclaimed detective during the Brooks Ayers cancer scandal — but lots of fans aren’t swallowing her shtick quite so easily, as Season 12 heats up.

Meghan re-entered the Bravo mix after initially backing away, anticipating the birth of her first child. Motherhood stress is now Meghan’s go-to excuse — but fans aren’t buying it. Baby Aspen was let off the hook early in the season — but when Meghan began to step in it — it was all about the hormones.

“It’s hard to “mom” by myself, even with help, because everything with a 3-month-old (and now 8-month-old) baby is new! Life is all about survival and getting used to new things,” Meghan wrote, about her decision to hire a relative as a nanny.

Meghan’s season shifts after she deliberately stirs up old drama, and Kelly Dodd busts her for a hypocritical jab at her marriage. Meghan’s hormones rage into Bravo overtime.

“I don’t want ANY drama! I’m over here in survival mode! Also, I’m so exhausted with the baby that sometimes I don’t think things through…this was one of those times,” Meghan says in her blog.

Meghan floated the term “emotional burden” to describe life with a newborn  during Monday’s episode, and repeated it in her Bravo blog.

“These last couple episodes were a little difficult to watch – my hormones did not do me any favors. I have the emotional burden of a newborn, so I don’t want or need the emotional burden of drama, but apparently there was no avoiding it.”

Meghan reiterated her breastfeeding/sleepless nights excuse to pardon her hyper-emotional meltdown, after being called out by Lydia McLaughlin. 

Meghan claims to be stepping back into the modeling world — but no clear career path appears to be filling her schedule. Her nanny hire probably explains why Meghan only used the word “emotional” to describe the “burden” of her new reality. 

What do you think of Meghan’s hormonal cry for mercy? Sound off in the comments, and watch The Real Housewives of Orange County, Monday night, at 9 pm, ET, on Bravo.

 

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  • Evil Queen

    Lol! This big eared girl just cannot help herself!
    Hey Meghan, Jimmy told me he thinks you are an emotional burden.

    • Just My Opinion

      Well said !!! Perhaps that’s why Jim spends so much time away from her!!! She is TOO DUMB to see that

      • just me…

        Helen Keller can see that.

      • RealitytvJunkie

        That’s right. Meghan only sees what Meghan wants to see.

      • Evil Queen

        Thank you! Can you blame him?

  • Txtea

    One of the more stupid things to post… ever.

    • I stopped reading after her first sentence. I get why Jimmy’s never home.

      • Marsbars09

        LOL!

  • Just My Opinion

    LOL..you gotta be kidding !!! You called you baby an “emotional burden” you dumb biotch ???
    There are women in this country that would give anything for a baby, you ungrateful,self centered,spoiled,rumor monger. When my sons were born it was a gift from the good Lord. Perhaps that’s why the other baby did not take in vitro. Imagined if this PIG had 2 infants !!!

  • purehockeyfan

    a mom by yourself??? You have a live-in nanny. You have a husband. Your mom helps. Think before you speak MEghan! Poor you.

    • just me…

      IKR…”It is hard to Mom by myself even with all of the help”….WTF does that mean.

      • I guess she’s by herself in the moment that it takes the nanny to walk over to relieve her.

        • just me…

          Maybe the nanny should holds the baby to her breast.

  • JustSayin

    While I instantly had the same reaction to her calling her baby an “emotional burden” – when I think about it…it’s kinda true. Babys change everything about your life and the way you view the world around you – you see hidden dangers everywhere, things that never even crossed your mind before. You get paranoid to the point that you just can’t relax (is the baby breathing? Let’s go check for the 100th time, just to be SURE). You are now completely responsible for the raising of another LIFE…I feel like, of course that’s an emotional burden! There is no how-to manual with kids, most new parents I know are almost in constant fear of fucking up.

    Not to mention the financial burden…ugh kids are just burdens all around!

    I want THIS window sticker
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/206e21afd029c2ec44958f74d91e971c2336882652598c240ed6f8cbb849fc28.jpg

    • the underground train

      I see your POV but at the same time Meghan has help. She does not have a 9-5. She doesn’t have to go to work. She can stay home and nurse her baby. She has hired someone to watch her baby to check if she is breathing for the hundredth time and to watch out for dangers. Her woe is me schitck is wearing thin to me.

      • SMDRN66

        Sadly, there are a lot of moms who are just like Meghan. I also think waiting longer to have a baby makes the situation harder. The longer it’s just you and you do whatever you want when you want, it’s harder to change your focus to someone else. And it’s not just about paying attention to a baby, that baby overtakes your life. Everything has to be about that baby. This can overwhelm people who really weren’t equipped or ready for such a drastic change.

        • the underground train

          But Meghan is not that old. Isn’t she like 31 or 32? One of the youngest housewives? She didn’t wait that long to have children like Janet Jackson

        • Sliceo’pie

          I think that’s a pretty broad statement. Plenty of women have children in their late 30’s and 40’s (I was one-and my son’s class is full of them) who adore being mothers and gave up interesting careers to stay home with the kids. I can rattle off quite a few.
          If anything, I bet it’s harder on someone in their 20’s then someone older.

      • Heather’sCovenOfRealWitches

        I’m sure she also has a housekeeper. So she doesn’t have to work, clean and has a live in nanny. Yeah I can see how she’s “burdened” by baby Aspen.

    • Sliceo’pie

      That’s a really sad way perspective. I feel bad for you and certainly if you have children, them as well. No wonder you understand her so well.

      • JustSayin

        Lol thank you and god bless 😙

        • Chickpea16

          I think you’re being realistic. Children can be bittersweet.

    • I don’t think burden is the right word though. I think she meant that the baby presented a tremendous level of new responsiblity that she was having a hard time adjusting to emotionally. I think most people, even child free people, would understand this.

      The word “burden” usually refers to misfortune or a duty that causes great hardship. It’s not how smart people describe their children, unless they want to raise eyebrows and have people think they are self-absorbed idiots yk?

      This is not the first time, this season, that Meghan has misused a word in her blogs. She has issues with diction. Hire an editor!

      • Aussiegal79

        Yep, I think she meant the rollercoaster of emotions due to hormones is the burden, not the baby.

      • RealitytvJunkie

        Meghan is college educated, I think she knows how to use words in proper context and the definition of “burden.” It’s a stretch to assume otherwise and make excuses for a lazy self-entitled brat.

        • You are right — even if it were a mistake in diction, she has no excuse.

          It’s just hard to believe that she is dumb enough to say, in writing, that her child is a burden, while fully aware of the meaning. I was giving her the benefit of the doubt, simply b/c I thought she was smart enough not to say something so awful, intentionally anyway. I realize I could be wrong. I always over-estimate the intelligence of others. lol.

    • BeckyGrey

      lol

  • Bryan
    • SMDRN66

      Just like Trey gave to Charlotte to have a giggle. Although he wouldn’t have gotten a giggle out of a cardboard flaccid penis.

      • RealitytvJunkie

        😂😂😂😂😂

      • Bryan

        it was only flaccid around her, he just needed to marry someone hot and really into kinky sex

  • loriann760

    Women with nannies shouldnt be allowed to say being a new mom is hard. They dont know hard till they’ve actually taken care of their baby BY THEMSELVES!
    To be fair, probably cant hold the “emotional Burden” thing against her too much becasue I doubt she knows what a burden is.

    • SMDRN66

      I’m going to guess that Meghan has never really been around a baby at all. Not only is she too wrapped up in herself, but she is clueless about what being a mom is. I wouldn’t be surprised if her mother was stand offish as well.

      • Sliceo’pie

        I think she had an Idea of what motherhood would be like and the reality burst her bubble. I was amazed how quickly she took a dislike to motherhood. She’s always been full of herself though..
        I find there are lots of women who want the baby but then she/he comes and it’s not what they expected and they want to get back to work ASAP so, “They can feel fulfilled”, it’s important for the kids to, “see that their mom is fulfilled” ok right.
        Remember how she said she wished she had birthed her step-children. What a mess.

    • I’ll never forget that feeling. In my 20s, alone in a hospital room, and a nurse rolls this plastic bassinet in my room with a screaming newborn, and leaves. No husband there. No nanny. Just me, 24/7, 10 hours after giving birth, and every single day thereafter for years. Meghan is an idiot.

  • Mrs.K

    Self entitled brat. That is Meghan. Cant stand her.

  • Did she seriously just say “it’s hard to mom by myself even with help” makes no Gd sense!

    • mufffie

      Well her ‘husband’ has had kids… too bad he’s never around to help .. no pity for her..she made this ridiculous bed…deal with it

    • RealitytvJunkie

      The husband is never around.

  • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

    A few weeks with Baby Astro might have prepared Meghan better for Baby Aspen. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1bea0bee197150d7dc8ea3f4b2994f0277ec68e8b1647623769229992ee05630.jpg

  • Maisey 😎 🌺

    Honey….let me clue you in. If your husband didn’t even bother to be there for the CONCEPTION odds are he wasn’t planning to be there much for the actual baby.
    Llama Neck —you gave ol’ Jimmy an ultimatum. You got what you wanted.
    Now you complain. You are an idiot

    • ScrappieONE

      OMG I keep forgetting to mention how long her neck is…. A giraffe has nothing on her

    • Marsbars09

      AND she’s got to live with the consequences!

  • GirlPlz

    When an entitled rich girl underestimates what motherhood is all about

    • RealitytvJunkie

      But but it looks so easy on tv lol. What a delusional twat Meghan is.

  • SMDRN66

    I don’t understand why anyone is surprised by what any of these ‘housewives’ (and I use the term loosely!) do and say. Granted, some are more vile and nasty than others, but they all blame other people, they all whine and think they’re the only ones to ever have done something, they all say stupid shit, and they all talk about everyone behind their backs. Meghan is no better or no worse than the others. None of them have ever lived in the real world. And all of them are egocentric. This is where I make a very loose comparison of Meghan to MJ. They both wanted babies, but neither of them really understood what that meant. At least Meghan committed to the process and did what she had to do to get her daughter. Now that the cute little toy is here, she doesn’t know where to shit or wind her watch. She can’t seem to understand that being a mother is a 24/7 job that doesn’t end until the kid is at least 18. Some parents, like the Manzos, still breastfeed their 30 year olds. MJ just wants a baby but she doesn’t want to quit smoking, drinking, doing drugs, partying, or losing at least 50 lbs to even have a snowball’s chance in hell at IVF. But if by some miracle, MJ gets pregnant, she’ll be worse than Meghan with all the bitching.

    I do have to say that Baby Aspen is so cute. Seeing what MJ and Tommy would produce could be the basis for the next American Horror Story.

    • Bryan

      Baby Aspirin is a selfish infant she is making too many demands from the Megsy!!!

      • Chickpea16

        LOL, Aspirin, good one. Stupid name.

        • Bryan

          I was calling her Val d’Isere for awhile, I mean if you MUST name your child after a ski resort why not one in the french alps??

          • Maisey 😎 🌺

            Better than Baby Big Bear.

          • Bryan

            oh, can you imagine!

          • Violet~Princess Pumpernickel

            She’s saving that one for her son.

          • Maisey 😎 🌺

            Lol!!!

    • Marsbars09

      Great commentary, SMDRN! I honestly don’t believe MJ will ever conceive due to the reasons you described in your comment.

  • Maisey 😎 🌺

    If you didn’t want all the responsibilities of motherhood…then you shouldn’t have thawed that Jimmy Popsicle, Meghan.

    • SMDRN66

      Meghan’s mom experience was watching over Haley at times. She didn’t have to bathe her, change her diapers, feed her, and pay attention to her 24/7. The beauty of teenagers is that they don’t want to spend all their time with their parents. I think Meghan was looking forward to shopping and dressing her in cute outfits. Then showing her off. That’s it. Surprise!!!! She found out the hard way that babies are a lot of work.

    • Marsbars09

      LOL! Maisey you’re so crazy!

      • Maisey 😎 🌺

        Ha ha ha. Not the first time I’ve heard THAT.
        Say, Mars….all these peeps want to have their own line of special products to hawk.
        I mean, wouldn’t it be a natural idea for Ol’ Jimmy to come out with a line of custom Popsicles!?
        My, my..just think of the flavors!

        • Marsbars09

          Girl you’re too much!

    • Rochelle Huffman Barozzi

      LOLOLOL!!!

  • RealitytvJunkie

    Meghan is the emotional burden on her baby. I think she uses the kid as a prop and only had the baby to try and save her marriage. But she’ll have a rude awakening when Jimmy boy files for divorce and leaves her for a hot 20-something.

  • Bryan

    “its all so hard”, “WHY is it all so HARD!?!?!?!?” “I thought it would be fun and its not like taking care of a dog, its more work and its hard”

    • Marsbars09

      SMDH.

  • SME-ShannonsPlateOfChinHairs

    I had my daughter when I was 23 and didn’t have any help. never did I pull the sh*t MegaNeck is doing. I wish she would just own up to her shitastic behavior and stop blaming it on the baby.

    • just me…

      I had 2 kids by the time I was 22…worked, cleaned my own home, cooked all of the meals….that shit was easier than when my kids hit their teens..

      • Marsbars09

        LOL!

      • Chickpea16

        No kidding. Same here. I feel so bad for these grandmothers raising their grandchildren. I couldn’t or want to do it. Exhausting.

      • Maisey 😎 🌺

        I answered you about Medusa……but it’s in pending all day.
        I said she just gave a simple hello back.

        • just me…

          Thank you…is she cumming back?

          • Maisey 😎 🌺

            Dunno. All is a mystery.

  • Sugar in my tank

    Well…now I understand why Jim spends so much time in another state away from his much younger, annoying, pain in the ass, nosey wife..

  • penny 2

    Idiot. People like you shouldn’t have children. They are not an accessory. They’re not for dressup. They’re a lifetime commitment.

    • Marsbars09

      Thank you! I have a feeling Aspen is going to be raised either by a nanny or her grandmother.

  • NoFixinStupid

    I didn’t get beyond it’s hard to “mom” by myself, even with help…..
    WTH?

    • Marsbars09

      Meghan is an immature, spoiled pampered brat who I believe will place her own well-being above her daughter.

  • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

    My mother used to be able to hold three babies at once; (two baby girls on one arm and me in the other), collect green stamps, clip coupons, vacuum the floors, wash the dishes, cook dinner, and mend socks all at once …there was no TIME for the postpartum blues! This chick has one baby, a nanny, and millions of dollars … and she’s bitchin’? To quote Tamra; sorry bitch, cry me a river.

    • Maisey 😎 🌺

      Lol @ Green Stamps. I remember those!

    • Chickpea16

      Tamra was right about that. She knows first hand by having four kids before the money of housewives. My mother collected the green stamps too.

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        She’s old school and knows struggle, and this is why I haven’t jumped on the (bash) Tamra train. She’s one of the few who lays it all out there; has never forgotten where she came from, and doesn’t try to be something she’s not (same w/Vicki). Most of us can identify with her, and although you wouldn’t know it from this particular site, she’s got a lot more fans than adversaries … that’s why she’s enjoying her 10th season.

    • Ravello

      I love this comment! My mother did all that too with four kids. I remember green stamps were saved to buy necessities like blankets. I don’t think any of us wore headbands or fancy dresses.

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        My siblings and I just laugh at the entitlement that kids have today. We never “struggled” either, and by the time we were in school, my dad was doing very well. But times were just different … we never had birthday “parties”; we got a cake and A (as in singular) gift. In Aug., we went shopping for school clothes with a budget ($150 each), so whatever I could get at J.R. Riggins or Chess King, and my sisters could get at “The Limited” or “Casual Corner” was it for the year. Luckily we’re talking groovy bell bottomed Levi’s, Macrame or an occasional “Villager” purse. If there was anything left, I’d be able to by an oz. for $15 which lasted me most of the school year (I was a lightweight:-)

    • Rochelle Huffman Barozzi

      THIS!!!!!!!!

  • Marsbars09

    Question for posters who are/were mothers: Is it really emotionally burdensome to care for a child? I don’t have children, but I’m confused because Meghan has always said she wanted to become a mother. Now that Mehgan has Aspen she acts like Aspen is a nuisance.
    I personally think Aspen has a better bond with her nanny (Meghead’s cousin) and her father, who she only sees 50% of the time.

    • Chickpea16

      Hi Mars, Meghan realizes she’s not #1 anymore. She wanted to be pregnant not a mother IMO. Yes, it can be a emotional rollercoaster, but you are so in love it doesn’t matter. She’s a spoiled brat.

      • Rochelle Huffman Barozzi

        BOOM

    • KT

      Hey Marsie!!! The answer to your question is no. It is absolutely not an emotional burden to care for a child. Now…..I don’t want to judge anyone else. There are women who get very hormonal or even suffer from post partum depression which can range from mild to severe. There are people who go into motherhood thinking it’s all just smiles, and cuddles and baby powder which it is not. You have a precious, helpless, little being who is totally dependent on you but whose only form of communication is crying. So you spend your days and nights figuring out what each little whimper, or cry or scream means…..I’m hungry, I’m cold, I’m hot, I’m wet, my ear hurts, my stomach hurts, I want to be held……you get my drift.

      I grew up around a huge family where there were always kids and babies around so I knew how much work it takes. Some people have no clue. But here’s the great thing, at least for me. You know that feeling of falling in love with someone for the first time? That overwhelming sense and first flush or just being “in love”????? Well that’s the feeling you get with your newborn. It’s pretty awesome.

      Is it tiring? Yes. Is it frustrating at times? Yes. But it’s not a burden. It’s a privilege and a joy.

      • Marsbars09

        Hi KT! It’s so great to hear from you again.
        Thank you for offering your insightful input on loving and caring for a baby.
        Meghead is so self-absorbed I don’t believe she would the demands of her baby above her own needs. Thank God baby Aspen has a nanny, her daddy and whoever else helps out with her.

      • Rochelle Huffman Barozzi

        Beautifully said.

    • Rochelle Huffman Barozzi

      Hey sweetie. Quick answer no. But it can be tiring and frustrating as all get out. But when they start getting older, or as mine are adult now…I wish I could do it all over gain. It really is something to watch something you made…grow up to be an individual.

    • Lulu

      It’s never an emotional burden!! It’s exhilarating, joyful, sleep deprived and exhausting at times but babies are a gift!!

    • we”r”family

      An emotional burden is not a term I would use.
      But lots of emotions are involved when you have children. I am beyond grateful for my five gifts.

    • Violet~Princess Pumpernickel

      I have four and I have NEVER, for even a second, thought of my kids as a burden. I am grateful for the opportunity to be a mother. Some times are hard but I knew going into it that it wasn’t going to be easy breezy all the time.

  • BetteDavisEyez1

    This bimbo thought a baby would be like a doll baby. She would dress her in cute clothes & constantly take pics to post.
    A real baby poops, cries & needs to be fed, bathed & taken care of. Go figure.
    If this idiot thinks it’s hard now, just wait until Aspen stays up all night crying because of an ear infection or when she starts teething.

  • the dudette

    I am not exactly poor and I had a nanny/housekeeper (not live-in) until my child was 2.
    When it came to the baby, she was in charge of washing/ironing baby clothes, bed sheets, etc. going for an 2 hour walk every day, preparing the baby bath and occasionally changing diapers, when I was busy and a diaper needed to be changed. The rest of the time she was cleaning.
    I did the feeding, making food (I still make fresh healthy lunch/dinner everyday, but now I’m also back working from home), bathing, taking for a nap, putting to bed, playtime, clipping nails, brushing baby hair, etc.

    It was NOT a burden at all; I love my daughter and I enjoyed every second, and having help, gave me the chance to REALLY enjoy her, withour being stressed out of my mind.
    Meghan has with this elitist, careles statement, crossed the line into disgustingly selfish and utterly delusional.
    Not all women who have help, are this deluded – we know how hard other mothers – esp single mothers – have it, and I applaud them. Meghan is just dumb as a rock.

    • we”r”family

      I had a Mommy’s helper come twice a week. Do light housekeeping as well. Probably a total of seven hours a week. It gave me the break to be a better mother.

      • the dudette

        It’s not something to be taken for granted. That’s the way I feel Meghan portrays it.
        We are lucky, I was lucky, and I still am. I just don’t want other mothers to think that we all think this way. We certainly don’t.
        They say it takes a village, but some women don’t have villages, they only have themselves. I think the hardest job in the world is being a working single mother. These women are heroes, I don’t know how they do it, and I don’t know if I could.

        • we”r”family

          I say I was blessed with five gifts. But, I also knew that without a break I would not be good to anyone. It does take a village to raise children. Childhood goes by in a blink of an eye.
          Meghan seems to portray it as a burden. I haven’t heard her say anything positive about being a Mother. I treasure it. While she seems to resent the baby. Perhaps because her plan of making her and Jim closer backfired?

    • ScrappieONE

      Maybe if she spent more time caring for her baby and less time in other people’s business she wouldn’t be so stressed out.

  • Maisey 😎 🌺

    Meghan’s idea of motherhood is picking out which headband the baby will wear today.

    • we”r”family

      and buy a matching one for girly girl.

    • Lulu

      And apparently sun shades

    • Violet~Princess Pumpernickel

      It’s certainly appearing that way.

  • Lulu

    Meghan stop ur whining and kevetching!! You don’t work, are a millionaire and have hired help. Most of us raised babies on our own. A baby is a BLESSING!!

    Just STOP!!

    • Violet~Princess Pumpernickel

      Her comments are definitely cringe inducing. I really wonder what she thought motherhood was going to be like. Did she think the baby would just walk into the kitchen and make herself a bottle when she was hungry? That she’d be born potty trained? That she would never cry or have any needs? It’s mind boggling hearing her complaints all the time.

      • Lulu

        Yes so true … I felt bad for her when she didn’t have the actual twins. She was understandably heartbroken. I don’t know if her whining has to do with that and coupled with may PPD!?

        I was with her until she said emotional burden… that’s so unfair and cold to label your baby like that. Babies care is 24/7 and rightfully so. She is just immature and a spoiled brat.

        • Violet~Princess Pumpernickel

          I thought about the twin that was lost too. Twins are so much harder than a singleton. She would seriously be losing her mind.

  • Lulu

    And I might add that baby Aspen is such a precious beautiful baby – God BLess her!!
    How can anyone look at that face and think burden!!

    #selfcentered #princessm

    • Maisey 😎 🌺

      I agree. A beautiful little baby.

  • Mary Williams

    unfortunately Meghan has succumbed to the housewives colera and is deteriorating fast

  • Hamimono

    I find it a big turn-off when some new parents want to complain all the time. I get that it is different for every family but it isn’t this Universal Hardship that some people want to make it out to be. I have the same reaction to people who want to bitch to me about “women” or “old people” or “teenagers”. I listen if they want to vent and am sympathetic to their situation but if they want to go on and on like it’s some Fact I say “but that’s not everyone’s experience.”

  • Maisey 😎 🌺

    Oh, Meghan. Dear, sweet, stupid Meghan.
    Do you know ow many couples are struggling to conceive and you refer to your blessed baby as an emotional burden.
    Shame.

    • Lulu

      So true!!

  • Violet~Princess Pumpernickel

    If you think motherhood is hard when your child is 3 months old, you better look out! lol The first year is a cakewalk.

  • Simon

    What a horrible thing to say about the baby she wanted so badly! Typical millennial arrogance. She’ll be in for a real treat when Jim finally divorces her and she’s left a single mom. Get real Meghan. If the baby is such a burden, why did you come back on the show?! Dumbass.

  • Queen Coffin Dodger

    What’s the matter, Meg? Your baby didn’t fix your insecurities about your sham marriage? Is it finally sinking in that you’re wife #3? You were meant to be a trophy wife, and only a trophy wife? That he obviously didn’t want another child? That you only let you thaw out his swimmers to shut you up? Or how your marriage is vapid and vacuous, and based on status quo? That you have to fill you meaningless days with sticking your nose into other people’s business and creating drama? The baby isn’t your emotional burden, your marriage and empty life are your emotional burdens.

    • Lulu

      Wow!! Kudos.. on point.

  • BeckyGrey

    I think that Meghan may want to call it quits RHOC so she can spend time with her daughter and not have to deal with the women.

  • BeckyGrey

    Interesting I have been doing a lot of thinking about some things that I do and questioning whether I would want to be judged on it. Meghan has not found her balance and she many never find it. She is fortunate to have means to have a nanny, but her husband may not be around as much as she would like him to be. That’s an issue she needs to take up with her husband and maybe her physician.We all say things and do things that are cringe-worthy but we aren’t on tv. I think maybe Meghan underestimated the amount of time and energy that goes into raising a baby.