Caitlyn Jenner ... well, it seems like she has a hard time getting along with anyone anymore, doesn't it?
For most of last year, we saw her have a big, prolonged falling out with Kris Jenner and the Kardashian kids.
Back in July, she even pulled her support from her once-beloved Donald Trump.
But now, to kick off 2018, is she also cutting ties with her two youngest children, Kendall and Kylie Jenner?!
Judging by some quotes she made in her new interview with Piers Morgan, we'd say there's a decent chance of it.
First, she talked about the Kardashians - you know, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob, her former stepchildren, the ones she helped raise and the ones who definitely considered her a parent?
Yeah, they're out.
Caitlyn recounted the story about how when she sent the family a copy of her memoir before it was published, she left out the part about her gender reassignment surgery because "it's none of their business."
Which is fine, because of course it's none of their business, but why include it in the book at all then? Is it everyone else's business?
A moment later, she clarified that "I didn't want them to leak it to the press, OK? There was no reason for them to know about it, of course I didn't trust them."
That makes more sense, but it's also much more sad than her original line, huh?
It's also unfortunate that she felt she couldn't trust the people she used to consider her own children.
It gets worse though -- elsewhere in the interview, she admitted "I don't talk to the Kardashians anymore."
Then she adds, with some curious wording:
"The only ones I am concerned about are Kendall and Kylie. They are my biological kids. I spent 23 years carting them around."
Damn, Cait, tell us how you really feel.
For one, it hasn't been "23 years carting them around" ... Kendall is only 22.
So either she forgot how old her own kids are, or she's counting from the very date of Kendall's conception.
Neither possibility is all that great.
For two, again, she spent literal decades acting as a father figure to the Kardashian kids, so to completely write them off this way is pretty cold, honestly.
For three, even if she was expressing a sentiment like this, shouldn't she say something about how much she loves Kendall and Kylie?
Or, you know, how much they mean to her?
Why is her idea of being a father linked to how much time she spent "carting them around"?
For four, how do you think Kendall and Kylie would feel if they heard this?
Perhaps we're overthinking it. There's always the chance that they're used to such weird shows of "affection" from Caitlyn.
And there's also the chance that they aren't all that close to her anymore these days, after all that's gone on in the family.
Any way you look at it, it's all just way too depressing, isn't it?
Do better, Caitlyn. It really is not that difficult.