Jon and Kate Gosselin are about to get their learn on.
The reality TV parents have each been required to go to a court-mandated parenting class, and we hope for the sake of the couple's eight children that:
- Jon postpones his rich cougar search long enough to show up
- Kate listens better than she did on Dancing with the Stars
The judge presiding over the bitter custody dispute ordered both Jon and Kate to complete a three-hour parenting class titled "Children in the Middle."
These two could use a parenting lesson or 30.
It's a requirement for all parents involved in a custody war in Berks County, Pa., although the twosome will not be required to take the class together.
Parents are often encouraged to take it separately ... for obvious reasons.
They have until June 8 to complete the class, which will focus on, among other things, the dangers of exposing their children to loyalty conflicts... like when one parent sues the other for no reason, or talks smack about the other's financial ruin.
Maybe Jon can get a nice Ed Hardy-themed Trapper Keeper.
Who should have custody of the kids?