An Open Letter to the World From Cara and Mady Gosselin
Monday, January 20, 2014
My sister, Cara, and I would like to take this time to use our words to explain to everybody what happened in our interview last Thursday. It's really a funny story actually and in no way should our beautiful loving mother be blamed for "yelling" at us. If anything, our mother loves us too much. Would you look at the woman? She's absolutely glowing. You wouldn't believe all the nice stuff she does for us, just last week she let us leave the house not once but twice to go to school! And on one of those days when we came home we even got to eat dinner. Mother Kate Gosselin? More like Mother Teresa Gosselin, in fact that's actually what my mom likes us to call her. And we LOVE it.
That being said, I think it goes without saying that we are happy. How could we not be? We grew up with a house full of cameras and what's better than that? Just ask the Osbourne kids, look how great they're doing! Kelly is skinny now and Jack doesn't do cocaine anymore. And that's because of a childhood with cameras. Same goes for the Hogan family.
So when Savanna asked me, "Mady, what would you want to say to the world about how you and your sister and family are doing?" and you saw this look on my face,
And then when you saw me give this look, right after my mom so graciously clapped her hands together and said "use your words!" This was simply a look of gratitude.
And then when Savanna said, "What about you Cara?"and she just gave this blank stare,
And when my mom said she "didn't want to speak for us" that was the truth. Our mom literally never speaks to us, so why would she lie on camera? She wouldn't obviously. So you see? It was all just one big misunderstanding! But all in all our purpose for going on the show (according to Mother) was to prove to the world that we're "not messed up" or "damaged" or any of those silly words mom likes to use when she's talking to herself. And I think we did just that. (Cara is nodding her head in agreement.)
Besides normal childhoods are overrated, just ask our neighbors the Sulemans!