“I think our connection [as a family] is really what makes places go from being a house to being a home," he says.
"There’s a lot of love there already.” Other than exploring Lauren and Vito’s new chapter in their lives together, season 3 of Manzo’d With Children will also delve into the changes in Albie’s life.
Us Weekly: How has growing up with a dad who wasn’t around very much shaped the kind of person you are today?
Albie Manzo: I think that, out of the three of us, you know, I was probably impacted by it the most because I’m the oldest. But as you get older, you really come to respect the hard work and sacrifices that he made to allow us to live a life that he didn’t get to live.
The Bravo star, 30, also reveals the challenges that his sister has faced since learning that she and husband Vito Scalia are expecting: “I think it’s natural to undergo several different emotions when you’re changing as a person.
Your identity’s changing, your evolution as a human being is changing.
You woke up and he was asleep, and by the time you got home, he was gone. Us: Would you say that fatherhood is in your future?
I like someone who is a bit sarcastic, but not someone as obnoxious as me, an intelligent sense of humor. How long do you wait before promoting a girl friend to girlfriend? These days my dating life has taken a backseat to blk.
Do you prefer a girl who can keep up with you or one who lets you have the jokester spotlight? "Wow, here I am thinking I'm the only one who is so broken up over the endangerment of the North Carolina Flying Squirrel." Sharing common interests is important, even if it’s slightly fabricated.
However, the happy couple recently purchased a place of their own, which Albie describes as being a perfect fit.
Every member of the close-knit Manzo clan has contributed to the move-in process, Albie explains.