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Jon Won't Spend Turkey Day with Kids

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Kate will be with their eight children on the holidays.

Jon Gosselin and Hailey Glassman

Jon and Kate are facing the dilemma many single parents face ... who will the kids spend the holidays with? Kate won -- so Jon will spend Thanksgiving with Hailey Glassman.

In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Hailey says that Kate will be with the kids on Thanksgiving. So even though she and Jon, 32, are slowing things down, Hailey, 22, has invited him to have Thanksgiving with her family.

"My family and I would never let him eat Thanksgiving dinner alone in an apartment," said Hailey. "He's coming to our house for Thanksgiving. I don't care."

"I still plan on going to her house on Thanksgiving. It's on my schedule," said Gosselin in the interview with ET's Mary Hart.

Then things got tense ...

"On your schedule? What do you mean, 'On my schedule?' " Glassman asked. "Uh, let's see, should I go to Hailey's or should I sit in my apartment all alone?"

"Sorry, I used the wrong term," Gosselin responded. "I plan on going - I made a promise to her family I would go to her house."

"Made a promise? You're not doing my family any favors!" she exclaimed. "We know what the right thing to do is. We know what we both need. He needs to do his thing and I need to do my thing. We both know this."

Whoa. Nothing like an extra helping of tension at the holidays.

If you're a divorced parent, how do you divide your time on the holidays?


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2 comments so far | Post a comment now
jasmine November 5, 2009, 1:02 PM

Wow, you sure left out a lot of what was said! Way to skew the truth!

“I still plan on going to her house on Thanksgiving. It’s on my schedule,” says Gosselin in the interview with ET’s Mary Hart.

“On your schedule? What do you mean, ‘On my schedule?’ ” Glassman asks incredulously. “Uh, let’s see, should I go to Hailey’s or should I sit in my apartment all alone?”

“Sorry, I used the wrong term,” a chastened Gosselin responds. “I plan on going – I made a promise to her family I would go to her house.”

“Made a promise? You’re not doing my family any favors!” she shoots back. “We know what the right thing to do is. We know what we both need. He needs to do his thing and I need to do my thing. We both know this.”

Kristin - MotherProof.com November 6, 2009, 7:38 AM

Holiday’s are definitely tricky in two household families. We usually divide it so that my kids are with their dad for half the day, then with me for the other half. It makes for a busy holiday schedule but at least neither of us feel gipped.


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