Watching Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it's natural to envy their lifestyles. Who hasn't fantasized about being a Real Housewife? Then again, they have to deal with a lot of drama and scrutiny. Scratch that. It would be way better to be a Real Family Member. There are many reasons why I want Kyle Richards to adopt me.
Sure, it may be a little late in the game for that since I am a legal adult, but being a part of the Umansky household seems like it comes with a lot of perks. I wouldn't even mind living in the guest room adoption-free.
After watching Kyle Richards help her daughter Portia Umansky get through her morning routine, it's clear that being one of her daughters comes with a lot of support. Not only that, but it seems like her dogs Storm and Romeo are living luxurious lives, too. Even her husband Mauricio Umansky gets pampered by Kyle.
During the RHOBH episode that aired on April 30, Kyle remarked, "As long as my husband is in this house with me, I'll never have an empty nest. My job will never be done." Hello, Kyle. Are you reading this? If having an empty (or near empty) nest is a concern, there are plenty of fans (and this one writer) who wouldn't mind joining the Umansky family.
In her on-camera interview from that episode, the Beverly Hills OG said, "I don't think I'm spoiling Portia. I'm taking care of her. I'm her mother. I've got to wake her up. I've got to get her ready for school. I've got to make her breakfast. It's my job." Who wouldn't want a little help getting ready in the morning?
Kyle explained why she employs what she refers to as "attachment parenting." She declared, "I think it's important for children to know that they are the most important people in your life." Again, becoming an Umansky sounds like an ideal scenario.
Kyle also said, "My world revolves around them. What can I say? I think they like it that way." Who wouldn't? Seriously, Kyle, are you reading this?
Let's recap the highlights from the last episode to hammer this point home: being one of Kyle's children is an ideal situation. Even if this special treatment isn't an every day occurrence, it would be very much welcomed here and there.