Tori’s Real Normal
April 22, 2009 by beecup
Tori Spelling reads a passage from her new memoir, ‘Mommywood,’ while 10-month-old baby Stella, highlights the important parts.
“Can children grow up in the spotlight without being scarred for life? Will my children play kickball in the street with the neighborhood kids, or will they grow up thinking that the reality show cameramen who follow us around are their best friends? Can I give my children privacy from the media but still let them have friends and neighbors like normal kids? Above all, will my children and I develop the relationship that I had always dreamed of having with my own mother? I want my children to have a happy, normal childhood, but “normal” can be pretty elusive around here.
“My mother and I have a difficult (at times publicly so) relationship — when we have a relationship at all. My whole childhood I wished I had a normal family. I’ve spent much of my adult life working to prove that I’m a real person, a normal person, not the punch line of a joke.”
Okay. But those things on your chest that used to be boobs? Not real. Not normal. I hope she sells enough copies to get them fixed.