Kate Gosselin is still on a role talking about her kids and the rumors that two of her brood were expelled from school.
Gosselin first denied the expulsion of Alexis and Collin, both 6, in an interview with Mary Hart. However, Gosselin is now sort of back tracking, telling PEOPLE "The school would never use that word. [Collin and Alexis] were not expelled. [The school] did not feel like they could meet their needs anymore, so it was decided they should leave, for now."
Kate Gosselin is very careful with the words that she uses to describe the touchy situation that currently surrounds her family. Of course it wouldn't be a Gosselin interview if estranged ex husband Jon Gosselin wasn't brought up. "They've been the ones to verbalize the most that they miss Daddy. I could see that they're the ones struggling the most" she tells PEOPLE.
Well naturally they miss daddy! What child in a divorced family doesn't miss the parent that leaves the home? However, in the examples that Kate gives, it's pretty clear that Collin and Alexis are acting out for one reason or another. "[Collin] was upset and saying things out of frustration â€“ he'd crumple his papers and throw them on the floor. Alexis was angry in a different way. She didn't want to sit still. She'd get up and want to run around" she told PEOPLE.
So let's dissect this for just a moment. The children weren't "expelled" because the school would "never" use that term. However, the behavior of Collin and Alexis caused the school to say that they could not "meet their needs" and it's all because they miss daddy? Oh for heaven's sake.