Though her ex Apollo Nida was recently moved from a Kentucky Prison to a New Jersey correctional facility, Phaedra Parks doesn’t seem to be budging when it comes to her decision not to take the duo’s sons, Ayden and Dylan, to see their father in prison.
Parks, 44, has been blasted throughout 37-year-old Nida’s incarceration for not taking the two young boys to see their dad. But Parks has continued to slam the negative comments about the controversy, saying she is making the best decision for her sons at this time.
And in her latest Bravo blog following the Nov. 29 episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Parks again revealed her devotion to putting her sons above anything else in her life!
Parks was absent from the dramatic group boat trip the RHOA ladies went on during the episode. And she said she decided not to attend due to her kids being a little under the weather. "I had every intention of joining the ladies for the boat trip. Unfortunately, both of my sons came down with ear infections and viral tonsillitis the evening before. They were miserable and really needed to be comforted by me," she said
The loving mommy continued, “Being a mom is my first priority, and no boat trip could ever keep me from soothing my ailing sons. The real reality is motherhood often includes many sleepless nights, very long days, and sometimes you have to drop what you're doing and put on your mommy cape for you children. While the girls were drinking like fish and becoming senselessly sensitive, I was doing what was most important, being mommy to the Prince and President.”
RadarOnline.com revealed that Nida’s move from Kentucky’s FMC Lexington to New Jersey’s FCI Fort Dix happened very recently. “He transferred about two weeks ago,” an insider told the site.
Parks has yet to offer a comment on Nida’s change of location. But fans are now curious if she may soon rethink her views on letting her Prince and President see their imprisoned father! Do you think Phaedra should let her sons see Apollo? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.