Mom Reveals She Does Her Children’s Homework So They Don’t Get Stressed

Mom Reveals She Does Her Children’s Homework So They Don’t Get Stressed

TikToker Lottie Weaver recently shared that she does her children’s homework for them. She explained that she does this so her kids can avoid stress. The video she posted was called “Controversial things we do as parents.” Not surprisingly, people had a lot of opinions on the matter.

Should Parents Help Children With Homework?

Apart from doing her children’s homework, the mother also normalizes PDA (public display of affection) with her husband in their household. She not only “assists” her kids with their homework but finishes all the tasks for them, especially if they are busy or in a rush. Lottie explains that the reason behind her decision is the fact that she doesn’t want her daughters to feel stressed over math problems.

Should Parents Help Children With Homework?

The TikToker realizes this might not be the right thing to do, but she is not planning to stop helping. Plus, some of the school projects seem to be too difficult for her children. She even blamed some teachers for expecting too much from seven-year-old kids.

How Did People React?

The video has almost 350,000 views, and, of course, people were quick to share their opinion. Many parents admitted they also helped their children with homework and were happy they weren’t the only ones. Lots of people supported Lottie’s decision as well.

How Did People React?

The majority of the comments were quite positive. Some others shared that they didn’t see the point of homework since kids have to spend hours in school every day anyway. Many also praised Weaver for the way she was raising her kids. Some even expressed their wish to be like her when they become parents. So, what do you think? Is this the right approach to raising children? Or should we let them try their hardest and manage their homework themselves?

‘Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip’ Will Be Even More Dramatic

Vicki Gunvalson

Season 2 of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip series is currently in production, and a source close to the production exclusively tells that drama will be at an all-time high. According to the source, the conflict was “so big and so massively explosive that it was pure drama magic.” Jill Zarin, Dorinda Medley, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, Brandi Glanville, Eva Marcille, Phaedra Parks, and Taylor Armstrong were previously confirmed in August to star in the next season of the upcoming Peacock series.

What Do Sources Say About the Ultimate Girls Trip?

According to the source, things were much more “fun” the second time around because the new cast “brought their A-game.” Another source shared earlier this month that Gunvalson, 59, split from her three-year fiancé, Steve Lodge, in front of cameras.

the Ultimate Girls Trip cast

Steve broke up with Vicki while filming the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip spinoff show in the Berkshires, an insider revealed in September.

Steve Lodge Speaks About the Series

After a conversation with Lodge, 63, the Real Housewives of Orange County alum decided she didn’t want to continue filming because she didn’t want to be at Dorinda’s house anymore. According to the source, the Chicago native is “in terrible shape” because she “still loves” her ex. Despite the fact that the first season of the mashup TV series had a different tone, Ultimate Girls Trip and other series can bring various franchises together.

Steve Lodge and Vicki Gunvalson

Cynthia Bailey, Luann de Lesseps, Melissa Gorga, Teresa Giudice, Kenya Moore, Kyle Richards, and Ramona Singer will all appear in the first season as they spend time together on a getaway. One month after the cast was revealed, Giudice, 49, teased that she had “some words with Ramona” while filming the show.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star said that she mixed her words and occasionally said the most bizarre things. Things will come to her mind right away, and she does the same, so she feels like they do have that in common, but it won’t be much.