OK so I'm exaggerating just a pinch, but I think the interview went well yesterday. I'm not really supposed to talk about it since I have to sign a confidentiality agreement, but it's just between you and me, right ;)
The show is a pilot, one they are hoping to bring to America. Right now it's filmed in Britain. Think of it like "The Nanny," meets "Big Brother." There's a resident *expert* who's there to help you with your parenting struggles and hopefully, after 6 days, magically fix everything.
Listen, I'm no dummy. This is reality television, so I'm not sure we're emotional enough or even if the problem is severe enough, although I certainly believe so. Still how cool would it be to be shipped over to England for TWO WEEKS, one to sight-see and the other to deconstruct J's eating problems?
We would be living with 2 other families, all with behavioral problems like sleep issues or tantrums, what I think is normal toddler stuff.
I was soooo nervous during the interview part. It's hard to think and talk at the same time. You don't want to sound like a dummy and you also have to remember not to say anything bad about anybody else. Then we have to feed Julianna on camera and she gave her usual fight. It was so weird talking to the camera and trying not to look at the guy who was asking questions.
Now it's up to the producers, I guess, to see if our story is compelling enough and also to the psychologist/child expert thinks she can help us. So there, I've said to much already.
I'll keep you updated!