Posts tagged heidi klum
Posts tagged heidi klum
Heidi’s hair, Henry’s shoes, Leni’s white lace mullet dress after Labor Day. The sheer indecency of Justin Bieber screen-printed shirts.
Not that I would ever be seen at a Justin Bieber concert, but this is just one more reason to stay far, far away. Imagine what all that retail smells like.
Heidi Klum says the silliest things sometimes.
“We have a rule in the house. Rule No. 1 is always to look cool, and rule No. 2 is don’t forget about rule No. 1. We have other rules … but the No. 1 rule is to always look cool.”
Really? Heidi Klum thinks her kids look cool? Leni is wearing a tie-dye dress that could only have come from Target or 1998. It has a rhinestone peace symbol applique, for crying out loud.
Heidi also told the Hollywood Reporter that Katie Holmes “has great style.” So that explains a lot, I guess.
Leni. Leni, Leni, Leni.
I know you’re going through a rough time right now. I know your world is crazier than a Kardashian dinner party. But that doesn’t excuse pairing bunchy tights with Crocs.
I like your ballet outfit — and you and your mom’s matchy-slouchy sweaters, even.
But you are a lady, and ladies wear real shoes.
Well, that’s cute. The Klum-Seal daughters, Leni and Lou, were photographed playing around in a Los Angeles boutique while their mother shopped nearby.
As adorable as this sisterly love looks, I can’t imagine that the other shop patrons were exactly tickled by the performance. Also, why are they wasting such a perfect opportunity to improve upon their own fashion options? Love that the hairbow matches the galoshes, but I’m really not into this whole oversized sweater trend.
When I’m out with Katie, I always make the most of it.
Here are some photos of the Klum-Seal children dressed up as Indians for a pumpkin patch outing. I honestly don’t know if these costumes are an innocent homage to American diversity and acceptance or an offensive display of ethnic stereotypes.
I do know that, no matter what, theme costumes are for lazy mothers and the matching orange crocs … well, you know my feelings on that.
Heidi Klum talked to Us Magazine about being the mother of four children:
“When you have one [child], you can focus on one. With four, you have to make sure [your attention] is all spread out just right,” she says. “You have to understand how different they all are! And at the end of the day, there is not much time left for you!”
One way Klum and Seal, 48, are teaching responsibility to their kids? Having them help take care of the family’s two German Shepherds, Freddy and Max. The dogs “are starting to teach them about responsibility and caring for someone else,” she says. “They are also learning about rules, schedules with feeding and walking and sharing. Having the two dogs is big time sharing for the kids!”
Clearly, I could never have full siblings—they would be way too distracting for my parents.
But here’s a confession—I would really like a dog, and my parents won’t let me get one.
Apparently, Tom is deathly afraid and Katie is allergic. They just will not budge. I barely had to ask for the seal or the miniature horse or the endangered snow leopard (Shhhh!), but apparently a simple dog is too much to ask for. Go figure.
You should feel sorry for me.