Egotistic Look : Savannah Brinson

Savannah Brinson girlfriend of Lebron James and mother of his two sons is featured in  Harper’s Bazaar magazine. She speaks about her recent move to Miami and her thoughts on marriage (or the reason their not) primarily that she’s not into rocking the boat — even if that means being a baby mama instead of a wife, and commuting back and forth between Miami and Cleveland.

“Personally, Miami was not my favorite place. Vacationing there is great: You go for three days and get some sun, and it’s time to go home,” she explains. But the weather helped win her over. “When they told me it doesn’t get any colder than 50 degrees, that sold me. We get below-zero weather in Cleveland. … I can’t wait to have a sunny Christmas,” she says. “It will definitely be an adjustment, but we’ll make it. We’re not complaining.”

“Whatever LeBron felt was comfortable, I’m with him,” she continues. “I just love him so much. We’re soul mates.”

It’s just such devotion that makes James gush about his longtime love. “A person like myself always needs a great sidekick and a person you can rely on no matter the circumstances. And she’s that,” he says. “She’s got my back, and I love her for that.”

Im not quite sure if Sidekick is the proper term for your companion who has your children. Soulmate rather?!!

While James settles in on his new home court, Brinson plans to split her time between Miami and Akron. She didn’t want to uproot her sons—LeBron Jr., five, and Bryce Maximus, three—from their neighborhood, where LeBron Jr. will be starting kindergarten in the fall. “Cleveland is home,” she says. “Nothing is going to change about that.”

Some cynics might argue that long distance and superstar athlete equals disaster. And if VH1′s hit series “Basketball Wives” is to be believed, Miami groupies are as gorgeous as they are aggressive. Fresh from the Midwest and flush with cash, James could be quite the target. But Brinson isn’t nervous about their partnership. “I’m not worried,” she declares, sounding assured. “We’re good. Our relationship is good.”

Her mother, Jennifer, who has been minding the kids while Brinson talks, makes a good point: “Don’t you think he knows the difference between ruthlessness and love?” she asks. “If LeBron was going to do something shady, he can do that around the corner. He doesn’t have to go to Miami.”

Hmmm sounds pretty defensive to me! I guess since I’m fresh out a long term relationship some signs throw red flags to some things! Clarity is a great thing when u take yourself out of a situation!

In fact, it’s their honesty with each other, Brinson says, that has sustained the couple’s relationship through all the hoopla: “We communicate very well. Before, there might have been issues that I was afraid to address, but now we keep it real with each other.”

Money Power and Fame makes men believe they have control over a situation because they feel you NEED them! Not saying thats the case but when your afraid u may lose your man due to inquiring about taking your love to another level u may be afraid to lose the benefits that come with him,.,.,. something to think about!

A few weeks back we asked whether Savannah would end up wifed up like LaLa, but in her interview with Harpers Bazaar she plays the extra passive role:

She says a wedding is not on the horizon, though she has been dreaming about that day since she was six. “I’ve definitely not put a fire under his ass,” she says. “I would never rush him to do something like that. We’re really comfortable with the way things are now. And it’s not up to me. When it happens, it happens.

“We talk about it. If we do it, I want it to be forever,” she continues. Until then, Brinson knows that the blogosphere will continue to refer to her as James’s baby mama. She’s not bothered by the description but makes it clear that she feels like she’s more than a catchphrase. “I’m the mother of his children,” she says proudly. “I’m not a babymama. There’s a lot more to me than that.”

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