How ‘RHONJ’ star Jackie Goldschneider will celebrate her twins’ bar mitzvahs

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Jackie Goldschneider is coming to terms with the fact that her children are growing up.

“They’re fully about to be 13 and it blows my mind because to me, they’re still babies. And I will admit, I treat them like babies,” the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star recently told Page Six of twin sons Jonas and Adin.

The family had planned to go to Israel to celebrate the boys’ bar mitzvahs this spring, but the coronavirus pandemic changed that.

“We are not religious and we do everything our way,” the 44-year-old said, noting that the trip was going to be in lieu of an over-the-top party. “My parties are not about keeping up with the Joneses.”

“We don’t care about like what it looks like to other people,” she added. “So we were not going to do the big like country club-like shebang with like … a thousand people.”

Now, however, they’re thinking of holding the bar mitzvah service at home with a rabbi, followed by a family luncheon and an “outdoor kids’ party” for the boys’ friends.

“And then one day we’ll make it to Israel,” she added.

During quarantine, the Goldschneider family — which also includes 9-year-old twins Alexis and Hudson, kept busy with a sports-filled “Camp Goldschneider” in their driveway, which she heavily documented on Instagram. Now that temperatures have dropped in the Garden State, the reality star has moved the camp to their basement.

“The optics aren’t as fabulous as when they’re outside,” she said with a laugh. “And Evan doesn’t get shirtless as much as when he’s outside. But yes, they constantly have Camp Goldschneider in the basement.”

As for her parenting style, Goldschneider had some advice for other moms and dads.

“First, realize that nobody does a spectacular job of balancing it all. … So realize that first and take a lot of that pressure off. Secondly, don’t feel bad about delegating. … And then also, you don’t have to do it all. Like make a list of all the things you have on your plate and see what doesn’t have to be done today. You know, everybody needs a break right now. It’s a lot of stress and it’s hard being home all day.”

“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” premieres on Feb. 17 at 9 p.m. ET.

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