Kate Gosselin Forces Children to Shovel Snow in Freezing Weather — Claims they Love it!

Kate Gosselin Forces Children to Shovel Snow in Freezing Weather -- Claims they Love it!

Kate Gosselin continues to dive into controversial territory where her kids are concerned. While many of her comments are mere jokes, they come across a bit “evil-mother-ish” and probably make a lot of people out there a bit unsure. Now Kate Gosselin is forcing her kids into cold, hard labor in the middle of snowstorms.

Maybe she really is the Ice Queen. She recently tweeted that her kids would be out first thing in the morning to shovel the freshly fallen snow because they love moving the fluffy white playtime goodness off the sidewalks. Mhmm, sure.

“A snowy stay home kinda day! Loved the sleepin. Now what 2 do w 8 bouncy kids? Oh I know—let them shovel snow! It’s their new favorite thing!”

Before people freak out over Kate’s tweet and flip their switch to attack mode, maybe her kids really do enjoy shoveling snow, in which case they should be allowed to use their crazy hyperness for good and not evil. But Kate has gotten flack before for “using” her kids like a little army for her personal benefit. Should people react crazily to this tweet? I personally think it’s nothing to chastise her for, but I do think Kate should be careful in choosing her words in the future. She’s notorious for sometimes choosing the “wrong” ones and coming off sounding crazier than *I think* she truly is.

But who knows? Maybe she is just a full bag of crazysauce that can’t be contained — one that merely sits on the warm couch as her eight children are forced out into the cold wintertime snows. What do you all think? I’m impartial. Let me know in the comments section below how you perceive this mother of 8. Is she on the hunt for more fame and publicity? She’s slowly creeping her way back into the limelight, so that appears to be a very plausible guess?

Can’t wait to see what Kate (plus 8) do for their big media-stunt comeback.

Image credit to FameFlynet

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