Parks tells PEOPLE that after Nida left, she had to regroup, refocus and work on herself and children — Ayden, 6, and Dylan, 3.
And while she’s not ready to start dating just yet, she knows her kids will be a part of it when she does.
So I’ve always supported her in whatever.” “I know no one gets married to have a divorce so I understand that this is very sensitive time,” she continues of Bailey. Even if you don’t agree with them, you keep your opinions to yourself.
No one dies for anyone else, and no one can live anyone else’s life.” The ever-quotable Ms.
“If I date someone, they have to date all three of us,” she shares. It has to be a whole family affair.” “And at this time, that’s not really my top priority.
My priority is making sure they’re okay,” she adds.
“But at the end of the day it not only made me stronger as a woman, but it made me look at life differently. I always try to be very optimistic about life and hope things will be as positive as I want them to be.