kate gosselin paso doble Excerpts from Kate Gosselin's new book 'I Just Want You To Know'
In between juggling eight children and “dancing” on “Dancing With the Stars,” Kate Gosselin has found time to write a book titled “I Just Want You To Know: Letters to My Children on Love, Faith and Family.”

]]>PopEater has some exclusive excerpts from the book, including: Berating her husband, Jon: “Much of what I said to Jon was unwarranted. I could have watched what I said better, I could have guarded my tongue better. I wanted to communicate better, but I often failed.” Not doing enough for the family: “I also didn’t focus on the fact that much of the responsibility for our children, the finances, the schedules and the decisions about the future was on me.”

Spending time on herself to look good: “Is there a law that says once you have kids you have to look frumpy?” We particularly like the “frumpy” comment. We think there’s a difference between not being frumpy and expensive hair extensions and tummy tucks. But maybe that’s just us. Kate has been making headlines galore recently with her “Dancing With the Stars” shenanigans. Jon may be pursuing custody of the kids and she keeps getting panned on her dancing. What do you think? Are you interested in her book? For more excerpts, check out the full piece at PopEater, plus a great video by the PopEater girls on Kate Gosselin’s “DWTS” stint.
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