The Jolie-Pitt kids are brats who like to pick on Shiloh


Star Magazine is reporting that Brad and Angelina’s ever-increasing roster of kids are undisciplined, poorly behaved brats who can’t keep their hands to themselves, and their favorite punching bag is little sister Shiloh. Supposedly, Star interviewed a family insider who says that all the traveling, relocating, and their hectic schedule has affected the kids, and that neither parent likes to be the disciplinarian. This alleged insider also says that Pax and Maddox fight constantly, but that Zahara is the queen bee who likes to scratch and pull hair. Apparently, Shiloh got in the middle of a kid skirmish and ended up chipping a tooth.

With four children to manage and two more on the way, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt make it seem so easy. They travel around the globe at a moment’s notice with their kids in tow, but sources reveal to Star that behind the scenes, they’re losing control of their unruly brood.

With four kids come four very different personalities, which all seem to clash. And the sibling rivalry is brutal.

Maddox, 6, is constantly pushing Pax, 4, around in an attempt to show him who’s boss, says a source. “But Pax is no wimp, and he fights back.”

But it’s little Zahara, 3, who really rules the roost! “She screams and shouts at the boys when she doesn’t get her way,” says the source. Not even Shiloh, 22 months, is safe — and the toddler has the battle scars to prove it. “Z is always pushing or scratching her.”

Zahara’s picking on Shiloh is usually motivated by snacks. “Z once clawed Shiloh’s cheek after she tried to take her cookie,” says an insider who witnessed one incident. “She’s always pulling on Shiloh’s hair so she can steal her food.”

And little Shiloh has more than her hair to worry about! Recently while Shiloh’s three older siblings roughhoused, she got knocked down and chipped a tooth! “Angie gets worried when Shi plays with them,” says the insider. “She always comes back with a scraped knee or a fat lip!”

In fact, another source says food is a problem with all the kids and blames much of their rowdiness on a poor diet. “They eat fast food, pizza, chips and sugary soft drinks,” says the source. “Brad and Angie let them eat what they want because it brings harmony to the chaotic household.” To make matters worse, the insider adds, “because bedtime is whenever the kids feel like it, they get overly tired and cranky. Brad and Angelina don’t like to be too strict.”

[From Star Magazine]

There is probably a kernel of truth to this: as a mom of four, I will be the first to admit that kids fight, and sometimes it gets physical. But I find it hard to believe that Brad and Angie would let it escalate to the point that anyone would get hurt. It would not surprise me at all to learn that the two boys get into occasional shoving matches- it’s standard operation for little boys. And I do believe that little Z is probably running the show. I love that kid! But this whole story sounds like an exaggeration to me. Where are the photos of Shiloh’s chipped tooth? Where are photos of the boys with bruises or scratches? There aren’t any, because the story is bogus.

Shiloh, Angelina and Maddox are shown at an art store in June, 2007 in the header image, thanks to WENN. The Jolie-Pitt family is shown going to the Field Museum in Chicago last August in the image below, thanks to Splash News.

 

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  1. cici says:

    there are lightweight expensive strollers. if angie is just “naturally thin” because of all her “natural” excess energy, then why does she only look like this in recent years?

  2. Kait says:

    If they are really such terrors, why do they turn on the normalcy for the cameras? If those kids are beating the crap out of one another at home, why are they holding hands and walking nicely when the cameras are out?

    I’m agreeing with everyone else – if there is any fighting, it’s normal sibling stuff. This story is crap.

  3. cici says:

    there are lightweight expensive strollers. if angie is just “naturally thin” because of all her “natural” excess energy, then why does she only look like this in recent years?

  4. Kait says:

    If they are really such terrors, why do they turn on the normalcy for the cameras? If those kids are beating the crap out of one another at home, why are they holding hands and walking nicely when the cameras are out?

    I’m agreeing with everyone else – if there is any fighting, it’s normal sibling stuff. This story is crap.

  5. daisy says:

    those tabloids stories are BS but it doesn’t take a genuis to figure out that 5 kids under 5 years of age are going to at some time beat the crap out of each other. just wait till they all enter their teens

  6. daisy says:

    those tabloids stories are BS but it doesn’t take a genuis to figure out that 5 kids under 5 years of age are going to at some time beat the crap out of each other. just wait till they all enter their teens

  7. anni says:

    geez. those are kids. i´d scream red murder id they WEREN`T shoving and screaming and scratching. they seem fine and their behaviour is pretty normal.

  8. anni says:

    geez. those are kids. i´d scream red murder id they WEREN`T shoving and screaming and scratching. they seem fine and their behaviour is pretty normal.

  9. Scott F says:

    Kids are kids, this is surprising? If a chipped tooth is the worst that ever results from roughhousing, they’re FAR luckier than most parents. I come from a huge Irish family, and my brothers and I traded broken bones more than a few times over the years – and that’s just from family rugby outings.

  10. Scott F says:

    Kids are kids, this is surprising? If a chipped tooth is the worst that ever results from roughhousing, they’re FAR luckier than most parents. I come from a huge Irish family, and my brothers and I traded broken bones more than a few times over the years – and that’s just from family rugby outings.

  11. ER says:

    They sound like normal kids to me. Besides, I am always curious who these “insiders” are anyhow. I mean, if I worked for the Jolie-Pitts, or was a friend/family member, I certainly wouldn’t go blabbing to the press about how bratty the children were, or how undisciplined they are. I think this is a bunch of malarky!!!

  12. ER says:

    They sound like normal kids to me. Besides, I am always curious who these “insiders” are anyhow. I mean, if I worked for the Jolie-Pitts, or was a friend/family member, I certainly wouldn’t go blabbing to the press about how bratty the children were, or how undisciplined they are. I think this is a bunch of malarky!!!

  13. daisy says:

    really ? maybe its the open mouth but she looks slow

  14. daisy says:

    really ? maybe its the open mouth but she looks slow

  15. anonymous says:

    And the fans, including the blogger, jump to defend Brangelina right away….

    bogus, bogus, all bogus.

    btw, when you are calm, go to check the photos when AJ and her kids walked around the corner shop in NO. Shiloh’s knees are visibly bruised and her teeth are chipped.

    But of course, we don’t believe this story. Blah blah blah

  16. anonymous says:

    And the fans, including the blogger, jump to defend Brangelina right away….

    bogus, bogus, all bogus.

    btw, when you are calm, go to check the photos when AJ and her kids walked around the corner shop in NO. Shiloh’s knees are visibly bruised and her teeth are chipped.

    But of course, we don’t believe this story. Blah blah blah

  17. geronimo says:

    Oh my God, no, they’re…they’re, what’s the word…they’re NORMAL!

    My (relatively close in age) siblings and I nearly killed each other on a weekly basis for the greater part of my very happy childhood. Bruises and gaping cuts apart, we’ve all managed to survive into adulthood with only a handful of scars to show for it. That what kids do!

  18. geronimo says:

    Oh my God, no, they’re…they’re, what’s the word…they’re NORMAL!

    My (relatively close in age) siblings and I nearly killed each other on a weekly basis for the greater part of my very happy childhood. Bruises and gaping cuts apart, we’ve all managed to survive into adulthood with only a handful of scars to show for it. That what kids do!

  19. Mairead says:

    anonymous – you are reading the same comments as me? I see that most people are agreeing with this as it’s standard stuff with young children.

    I can believe a good bit of this story (the scary hyperactivity-inducing diet part anyway) as Graham Norton (Irish comedian and TV presenter) once spoke of being in an airport, where a toddler was running riot. The mother managed to catch him long enough to distract him with some cola. On seeing this Graham thought “Yeah that’s what he needs, caffine and sugar”. Then the skinny mom came over to say “Hi” and that she liked his show. It was only then he realised that the harrassed mom was Angie (pre Brangelina). He’s quoted as saying “it was weird” :-)

    (hoooooh my God – what’s this? an Angelina supporter who doesn’t think she’s perfect in everyway… the world is about to stop turning!!!!)

  20. Mairead says:

    anonymous – you are reading the same comments as me? I see that most people are agreeing with this as it’s standard stuff with young children.

    I can believe a good bit of this story (the scary hyperactivity-inducing diet part anyway) as Graham Norton (Irish comedian and TV presenter) once spoke of being in an airport, where a toddler was running riot. The mother managed to catch him long enough to distract him with some cola. On seeing this Graham thought “Yeah that’s what he needs, caffine and sugar”. Then the skinny mom came over to say “Hi” and that she liked his show. It was only then he realised that the harrassed mom was Angie (pre Brangelina). He’s quoted as saying “it was weird” :-)

    (hoooooh my God – what’s this? an Angelina supporter who doesn’t think she’s perfect in everyway… the world is about to stop turning!!!!)

  21. Scott F says:

    Anonymous, we’re not jumping to anyone’s defense (unless you count common sense as a physical entity). These two not only don’t get a ride, but are routinely criticized for their children displaying perfectly normal behavior.

    Remember all that flak over the military themed birthday party? For crying out loud, what young boy doesn’t love playing soldier? And really, skinned knees and a chipped tooth? In a toddler? That’s unheard of! (hold for shocked gasp)

    My two year old is a well behaved only child, and she routinely has bruises and scrapes. It’s called being a child, and your coordination not keeping pace with your enthusiasm.

  22. Scott F says:

    Anonymous, we’re not jumping to anyone’s defense (unless you count common sense as a physical entity). These two not only don’t get a ride, but are routinely criticized for their children displaying perfectly normal behavior.

    Remember all that flak over the military themed birthday party? For crying out loud, what young boy doesn’t love playing soldier? And really, skinned knees and a chipped tooth? In a toddler? That’s unheard of! (hold for shocked gasp)

    My two year old is a well behaved only child, and she routinely has bruises and scrapes. It’s called being a child, and your coordination not keeping pace with your enthusiasm.

  23. geronimo says:

    “..your coordination not keeping pace with your enthusiasm.”

    Beautifully put.

  24. geronimo says:

    “..your coordination not keeping pace with your enthusiasm.”

    Beautifully put.

  25. middle-aged hippie says:

    RE the pictures in NO. There are a series of photographs – some Shiloh is being carried and then standing by her mom. You can see her knees and there are no scrapes or bruises. The next photo, Shiloh is crying and being comforted by her mom and you can see her boo-boo. She fell down. Toddlers do that. with all the photographers around if her “mean” sister pushed her, we would have heard about it.

  26. middle-aged hippie says:

    RE the pictures in NO. There are a series of photographs – some Shiloh is being carried and then standing by her mom. You can see her knees and there are no scrapes or bruises. The next photo, Shiloh is crying and being comforted by her mom and you can see her boo-boo. She fell down. Toddlers do that. with all the photographers around if her “mean” sister pushed her, we would have heard about it.

  27. cici says:

    sure kids fight, sure it’s normal. what’s not normal is doing something as complex as bringing 5 kids under the age of 5 from 5 different cultures/worlds into the home to be raised together. People may say that they’re all being raised American, but it’s not that simple. Angie has entered into something very complicated and one day the ramifications will start to show and probably take their toll on the kids, sadly. it’s hard enough to raise one child as working parents, why overload it and short the children in the process? ugh. these two aren’t normal.

  28. cici says:

    sure kids fight, sure it’s normal. what’s not normal is doing something as complex as bringing 5 kids under the age of 5 from 5 different cultures/worlds into the home to be raised together. People may say that they’re all being raised American, but it’s not that simple. Angie has entered into something very complicated and one day the ramifications will start to show and probably take their toll on the kids, sadly. it’s hard enough to raise one child as working parents, why overload it and short the children in the process? ugh. these two aren’t normal.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Maybe now they are kids and they can play fight but when they are much older the competition between the kids and especially the adopted and the biological might be very well created, particularly when they are so many of them.

  30. Anonymous says:

    Maybe now they are kids and they can play fight but when they are much older the competition between the kids and especially the adopted and the biological might be very well created, particularly when they are so many of them.

  31. headache says:

    And I’m sure with three older siblings to catch up with, little Shiloh has plenty of enthusiasm. At that age, they just don’t understand or care that they are too young for some of their siblings more rambunctious activities.

  32. headache says:

    And I’m sure with three older siblings to catch up with, little Shiloh has plenty of enthusiasm. At that age, they just don’t understand or care that they are too young for some of their siblings more rambunctious activities.

  33. Herman B says:

    oh please. shiloh would kick their behinds.

  34. Herman B says:

    oh please. shiloh would kick their behinds.

  35. daisy says:

    Mairead
    I too once ran into Anglina Jolie and Maddox at Heathrow Airport ( Feb 2005) when he was an only child and when the rumors of her and Brad Pitt were starting. She was a whirlwind of motion while waiting for her flight. She had Maddox hitched onto her hip and she was all over the terminal. She was on our flight London to Phx where we had to wait an hour for baggage claim and she was whirlwind at baggage claim too, she had Maddox in a cheap little stroller and she was a strolling him all over the place. The woman does not stay still, at one point she was this close to me and after being on a cross atlantic flight she looked very pretty no makeup very tiny in person very skinny very simply dressed and she had what looked like one old grumpy woman assit with her who’s job was to look for the luggage. Maddox is very cute Asian little boy. I was impressed at what a hands on mother she was with him. and I was also impressed at the amount of energy that woman has.

  36. daisy says:

    Mairead
    I too once ran into Anglina Jolie and Maddox at Heathrow Airport ( Feb 2005) when he was an only child and when the rumors of her and Brad Pitt were starting. She was a whirlwind of motion while waiting for her flight. She had Maddox hitched onto her hip and she was all over the terminal. She was on our flight London to Phx where we had to wait an hour for baggage claim and she was whirlwind at baggage claim too, she had Maddox in a cheap little stroller and she was a strolling him all over the place. The woman does not stay still, at one point she was this close to me and after being on a cross atlantic flight she looked very pretty no makeup very tiny in person very skinny very simply dressed and she had what looked like one old grumpy woman assit with her who’s job was to look for the luggage. Maddox is very cute Asian little boy. I was impressed at what a hands on mother she was with him. and I was also impressed at the amount of energy that woman has.

  37. Elizabeth says:

    Why do you care ?

    Do they call you and show concern for your family ?

  38. Elizabeth says:

    Why do you care ?

    Do they call you and show concern for your family ?

  39. daisy says:

    I think I made a mistake there are 4 kids not 5
    I can’t keep up
    Maddox
    Zahara
    Pax
    Shiloh
    soon to be 6 ?

  40. daisy says:

    I think I made a mistake there are 4 kids not 5
    I can’t keep up
    Maddox
    Zahara
    Pax
    Shiloh
    soon to be 6 ?

  41. Bellatrix says:

    This calls for a few episodes of “Malcom in the middle”.

    And even then, it’s not too much exaggerated.

  42. Bellatrix says:

    This calls for a few episodes of “Malcom in the middle”.

    And even then, it’s not too much exaggerated.

  43. velvet elvis says:

    It doesn’t surprise me that the other kids would single out Shiloh and pick on her considering that her own MOTHER said she was less inclined to feel for her.

  44. velvet elvis says:

    It doesn’t surprise me that the other kids would single out Shiloh and pick on her considering that her own MOTHER said she was less inclined to feel for her.

  45. Enonymous says:

    daisy, when you say AJ is “very tiny in person” you mean her height, was she short?
    I do not know why I am asking this question but I am curious.

  46. Enonymous says:

    daisy, when you say AJ is “very tiny in person” you mean her height, was she short?
    I do not know why I am asking this question but I am curious.

  47. Mairead says:

    d’you know something Daisy, I think you’ve hit on something there as regards her slender size. I remember a study being done on thin people who never seem to gain weight, no matter what they eat. Eventually it was found that those who maintained their lower weight were the more horrific fidgiters – so they were naturally expending more engergy than other, more sedate people.

    Clever woman too, not wasting good money on a stroller that would gets dogs abuse at Heathrow ;-)

  48. Mairead says:

    d’you know something Daisy, I think you’ve hit on something there as regards her slender size. I remember a study being done on thin people who never seem to gain weight, no matter what they eat. Eventually it was found that those who maintained their lower weight were the more horrific fidgiters – so they were naturally expending more engergy than other, more sedate people.

    Clever woman too, not wasting good money on a stroller that would gets dogs abuse at Heathrow ;-)

  49. headache says:

    Cheap strollers weigh less.

  50. headache says:

    Cheap strollers weigh less.

  51. Anna says:

    Oh, please. This is what kids DO. With four children that age in a house, of course there’s going to be some roughhousing. It isn’t abuse, and it’s just like Star to make a big melodramatic deal out of it to sell more copies.

    The bit about Z pulling Shiloh’s hair to steal her food cracks me up, because my family is always telling stories about an incident that happened when I was six and my sister was still crawling age. I was eating a popsicle in front of the TV, and my sister crawled up behind me, grabbed my ponytail, yanked me backwards, stole my popsicle and crawled away with it. We still laugh about it 15 years later, and I suspect that the same thing probably happened with the Brangelina kids.

  52. Anna says:

    Oh, please. This is what kids DO. With four children that age in a house, of course there’s going to be some roughhousing. It isn’t abuse, and it’s just like Star to make a big melodramatic deal out of it to sell more copies.

    The bit about Z pulling Shiloh’s hair to steal her food cracks me up, because my family is always telling stories about an incident that happened when I was six and my sister was still crawling age. I was eating a popsicle in front of the TV, and my sister crawled up behind me, grabbed my ponytail, yanked me backwards, stole my popsicle and crawled away with it. We still laugh about it 15 years later, and I suspect that the same thing probably happened with the Brangelina kids.

  53. daisy says:

    answers to your quetions I am 5’2 and when she came this close to me ( holds hand out ) She really came that close to me and she looked me right in the eyes too. She was my daughters height My daugter is 5′ 5 and has a tiny built and Angelina was my daughters height but skinnier than my daughter and my daughter is tiny. Angelina has wonderful skin she was wearing no makeup clear eyes a shade of green -blue. She was in constant motion, at Heathrow and waiting in baggage claim in Phx. Certainly her life as changed so much since 2005 when she could travel with no problems , no paps and people taking out their cell phones to photograph her. At Sky HarbourAirport she was just a pretty mom strolling her child around no one bother her but they were glanceing at her when they realized it was Angelina Jolie. People were very respectful of her space and leaving her alone Not asking for autographs or pictures. Well that’s changed now.
    People who maintain lower weight were the more horrific fidfiters.
    I would say that is true My mother in law is a tall skinny woman ( think Olive Oil, Popeyes girfriend ) and she cannot sit still either. for an old lady she is hyper ! and the woman cleans her plate and complains that she too skinny.

  54. daisy says:

    answers to your quetions I am 5’2 and when she came this close to me ( holds hand out ) She really came that close to me and she looked me right in the eyes too. She was my daughters height My daugter is 5′ 5 and has a tiny built and Angelina was my daughters height but skinnier than my daughter and my daughter is tiny. Angelina has wonderful skin she was wearing no makeup clear eyes a shade of green -blue. She was in constant motion, at Heathrow and waiting in baggage claim in Phx. Certainly her life as changed so much since 2005 when she could travel with no problems , no paps and people taking out their cell phones to photograph her. At Sky HarbourAirport she was just a pretty mom strolling her child around no one bother her but they were glanceing at her when they realized it was Angelina Jolie. People were very respectful of her space and leaving her alone Not asking for autographs or pictures. Well that’s changed now.
    People who maintain lower weight were the more horrific fidfiters.
    I would say that is true My mother in law is a tall skinny woman ( think Olive Oil, Popeyes girfriend ) and she cannot sit still either. for an old lady she is hyper ! and the woman cleans her plate and complains that she too skinny.

  55. Mairead says:

    I’m not trying to imply anything, positive, negative, legal or illegal cici – I should have said that I was musing in type, as I just found it interesting.

    Why has she gotten too skinny in the past few years – other people will happily speculate for me. As I said, I found Daisy’s observations interesting apropos nothing really – my colleagues and I had a conversation on those who could eat what they wanted and not gain weight, and I was reminded of this by daisy’s post.

  56. Mairead says:

    I’m not trying to imply anything, positive, negative, legal or illegal cici – I should have said that I was musing in type, as I just found it interesting.

    Why has she gotten too skinny in the past few years – other people will happily speculate for me. As I said, I found Daisy’s observations interesting apropos nothing really – my colleagues and I had a conversation on those who could eat what they wanted and not gain weight, and I was reminded of this by daisy’s post.

  57. headache says:

    cici, watch girl, interrupted or Gia and tell me that she hasn’t always been incredibly thin. The problem is she put on all that muscle and her pics were so airbrushed for the Tomb Raider media blitz, that people have the image of her burned into their minds.

  58. headache says:

    cici, watch girl, interrupted or Gia and tell me that she hasn’t always been incredibly thin. The problem is she put on all that muscle and her pics were so airbrushed for the Tomb Raider media blitz, that people have the image of her burned into their minds.

  59. sandy says:

    I am completely offended that you put this nonesense on here. It is racist, stupid and beyond belief.

  60. sandy says:

    I am completely offended that you put this nonesense on here. It is racist, stupid and beyond belief.

  61. Anee says:

    I have to say, this story is awful, in so many ways. I’m the kids are a handful, so many under 6 or 7, how old is Maddox anyway? But, even though the article doesn’t say this there is an air of “little white girl is bullied by the little dark kids” is it just me? I’m a white irish/german/norwegian Canadias and this sort of stuck me while reading the story.

  62. Anee says:

    I have to say, this story is awful, in so many ways. I’m the kids are a handful, so many under 6 or 7, how old is Maddox anyway? But, even though the article doesn’t say this there is an air of “little white girl is bullied by the little dark kids” is it just me? I’m a white irish/german/norwegian Canadias and this sort of stuck me while reading the story.

  63. Bodhi says:

    what’s not normal is doing something as complex as bringing 5 kids under the age of 5 from 5 different cultures/worlds into the home to be raised together

    Kids under the age of 5 don’t have a clue as to what culture they are a part of and the fact that they are a family, & are therefore rasied together, means that they will all be part of the same culture.

    I’m 25 & am constantly cover in burises & scrapes too. Hell, I even chipped a tooth a few years ago. And I don’t even have a Benneton family!

  64. Bodhi says:

    what’s not normal is doing something as complex as bringing 5 kids under the age of 5 from 5 different cultures/worlds into the home to be raised together

    Kids under the age of 5 don’t have a clue as to what culture they are a part of and the fact that they are a family, & are therefore rasied together, means that they will all be part of the same culture.

    I’m 25 & am constantly cover in burises & scrapes too. Hell, I even chipped a tooth a few years ago. And I don’t even have a Benneton family!

  65. cc says:

    OMG…Please, you guys, don’t confuse me with “cici”.

    I am a mother and even with two kids, it can be WW3 in here. I can only imagine the creative ways she plays peacemaker in her house.

  66. cc says:

    OMG…Please, you guys, don’t confuse me with “cici”.

    I am a mother and even with two kids, it can be WW3 in here. I can only imagine the creative ways she plays peacemaker in her house.

  67. iheartlasagne says:

    Scott F, I may have disagreed with you in the recent past, but I love your comment here!

    This is mostly bogus, the trend to blow things out of proportion in order to sell magazines. Even though we do hear too much crap about them, see how we STILL congregate on the Brangelina threads? I’m sure any mags with a story about them, fabricated or otherwise, sell like hotcakes. It’s the almighty dollar, baby.

  68. iheartlasagne says:

    Scott F, I may have disagreed with you in the recent past, but I love your comment here!

    This is mostly bogus, the trend to blow things out of proportion in order to sell magazines. Even though we do hear too much crap about them, see how we STILL congregate on the Brangelina threads? I’m sure any mags with a story about them, fabricated or otherwise, sell like hotcakes. It’s the almighty dollar, baby.

  69. Anee says:

    ack…sorry about all the typos above. I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks this article has a racist bent to it.

  70. Anee says:

    ack…sorry about all the typos above. I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks this article has a racist bent to it.

  71. Carrie says:

    @Anee and Sandy…I think you read WAY too much into that article.

    You *might* be able to come away with the “bigger ones picking on the littlest”, but you seem to be the only two to pick up on the racism thing.

    Stereotype much?

  72. Carrie says:

    @Anee and Sandy…I think you read WAY too much into that article.

    You *might* be able to come away with the “bigger ones picking on the littlest”, but you seem to be the only two to pick up on the racism thing.

    Stereotype much?

  73. Enonymous says:

    daisy, you say Angelina is 5’5 (which I believe you) but why whenever I research about Angelina’s profile they say her height is 5’8 or 9? I know this is not that important but I always believed she was much taller, like a model.

  74. Enonymous says:

    daisy, you say Angelina is 5’5 (which I believe you) but why whenever I research about Angelina’s profile they say her height is 5’8 or 9? I know this is not that important but I always believed she was much taller, like a model.

  75. Kate says:

    I don’t think it’s a race issue as much as a size issue. Chances are pretty good that Shiloh will pick on the next set of babies, not because of their ethnicity but because she’s learned that bigger kids pick on smaller kids. Which they do.

    I have no idea what the kids eat, but in terms of behavior they sound like pretty regular kids.

  76. Kate says:

    I don’t think it’s a race issue as much as a size issue. Chances are pretty good that Shiloh will pick on the next set of babies, not because of their ethnicity but because she’s learned that bigger kids pick on smaller kids. Which they do.

    I have no idea what the kids eat, but in terms of behavior they sound like pretty regular kids.

  77. Anee says:

    I’m not perpetuating a stereotype. Is it actually a stereotype that the darker kids pick on the lighter ones? I don’t think so. It is a racist attitude though that says the darker kids are less rifined than the lighter ones. I probably am reading too much into the article, it’s just the way the article was worded, it struck me as racist. If it is happening, I’m sure Shiloh gets her share in. The older kids start to know better than to kick, bite and pull hair. A very young toddler would be more likely to do these things than even Zahara.

  78. Anee says:

    I’m not perpetuating a stereotype. Is it actually a stereotype that the darker kids pick on the lighter ones? I don’t think so. It is a racist attitude though that says the darker kids are less rifined than the lighter ones. I probably am reading too much into the article, it’s just the way the article was worded, it struck me as racist. If it is happening, I’m sure Shiloh gets her share in. The older kids start to know better than to kick, bite and pull hair. A very young toddler would be more likely to do these things than even Zahara.

  79. daisy says:

    Enonymous

    Jolie is not 5’8 in my estimation. I have 2 daughters one is 5’5 and one is 5’8 the taller daughter was with me on our encounter with AJ , AJ was not my daughters height she was inbetween 5’5 and 5’8.
    I married into a famiy that makes a big deal about height. My husband is 6’3 his mother is also tall I am 5’2 so they talk about diffrences in height, drives me crazy so that’s why I pay attention to height.

  80. daisy says:

    Enonymous

    Jolie is not 5’8 in my estimation. I have 2 daughters one is 5’5 and one is 5’8 the taller daughter was with me on our encounter with AJ , AJ was not my daughters height she was inbetween 5’5 and 5’8.
    I married into a famiy that makes a big deal about height. My husband is 6’3 his mother is also tall I am 5’2 so they talk about diffrences in height, drives me crazy so that’s why I pay attention to height.

  81. Tammy says:

    Um, I hate to point out the obvious, but the “darker” kids do come from third world countries and likely have a survival instinct that goes back to their earliest experience. Wasn’t Zahara like 15 pounds when she got her? Nothing racist about it, just teh facts. STFU about the racist bullcrap.

  82. Tammy says:

    Um, I hate to point out the obvious, but the “darker” kids do come from third world countries and likely have a survival instinct that goes back to their earliest experience. Wasn’t Zahara like 15 pounds when she got her? Nothing racist about it, just teh facts. STFU about the racist bullcrap.

  83. Anee says:

    Haha…the only instincts these kids have are human, has nothing to do with where they’ve come from. That’s the fact.

  84. Anee says:

    Haha…the only instincts these kids have are human, has nothing to do with where they’ve come from. That’s the fact.

  85. JM says:

    Does everything have to be racist??? I read the article as being more like, the big kids pick on the youngest one.

    Soda makes my kids act like brats, too – its like an instant reaction. And they definitely act better on a consistent schedule as opposed to too much upheaval.

    At the end of the day, though, we have to give the parents the benefit of the doubt that they are trying their best. THat lifestyle wouldn’t suit me, but mine wouldn’t suit them either.

  86. JM says:

    Does everything have to be racist??? I read the article as being more like, the big kids pick on the youngest one.

    Soda makes my kids act like brats, too – its like an instant reaction. And they definitely act better on a consistent schedule as opposed to too much upheaval.

    At the end of the day, though, we have to give the parents the benefit of the doubt that they are trying their best. THat lifestyle wouldn’t suit me, but mine wouldn’t suit them either.

  87. anni says:

    oookay. all countries around the world developped in a different way. there´s the rich countries and the poor and those who stand on the brink. being born in a country which is considered a “third world country” doesn´t affect your genes, especially none who give you “the power to survive”. i myself was born into a pretty poor region and i really don´t think i have power genes, tehe.

  88. anni says:

    oookay. all countries around the world developped in a different way. there´s the rich countries and the poor and those who stand on the brink. being born in a country which is considered a “third world country” doesn´t affect your genes, especially none who give you “the power to survive”. i myself was born into a pretty poor region and i really don´t think i have power genes, tehe.

  89. iheartlasagne says:

    Um, I hate to point out the obvious, but Tammy, that’s an idiotic statement. Does that comment of yours imply that the ‘darker’ kids are trying to get those cheetos because they’re starving to death? How exactly does survival come into play here? Jesus, I need a drink and some of that Tommy Cruise herb.

  90. iheartlasagne says:

    Um, I hate to point out the obvious, but Tammy, that’s an idiotic statement. Does that comment of yours imply that the ‘darker’ kids are trying to get those cheetos because they’re starving to death? How exactly does survival come into play here? Jesus, I need a drink and some of that Tommy Cruise herb.

  91. anni says:

    i stopped smoking green, but you have a point.

  92. anni says:

    i stopped smoking green, but you have a point.

  93. okthen says:

    the kids are “normal”. as normal as can be expected with kids kind of thrown together from completely different backgrounds and given no set of real rules or guidelines. i do believe the part about angie and brad being wimps…she’s the mom and should take charge of the situation…before she goes and adopts anything else. who’s next on her list? how about adopting an AMERICAN child…our own country is full of children who need good homes.

  94. okthen says:

    the kids are “normal”. as normal as can be expected with kids kind of thrown together from completely different backgrounds and given no set of real rules or guidelines. i do believe the part about angie and brad being wimps…she’s the mom and should take charge of the situation…before she goes and adopts anything else. who’s next on her list? how about adopting an AMERICAN child…our own country is full of children who need good homes.

  95. anni says:

    anyTHING? that´s a choice of word you should be shamed of.

    and who says the kids have no set of real rules or guidelines? are you in fact living in their atttic so you can know? sigh.

  96. anni says:

    anyTHING? that´s a choice of word you should be shamed of.

    and who says the kids have no set of real rules or guidelines? are you in fact living in their atttic so you can know? sigh.

  97. cici says:

    and what, pray tell, is so bad about being confused with cici? lol

  98. cici says:

    and what, pray tell, is so bad about being confused with cici? lol

  99. Tammy says:

    She may not be starving to death now, but at one point she was and those things don’t just disappear from a person’s psyche because they get adopted out of it. It has nothing to do with genetics or race.

  100. Tammy says:

    She may not be starving to death now, but at one point she was and those things don’t just disappear from a person’s psyche because they get adopted out of it. It has nothing to do with genetics or race.

  101. iheartlasagne says:

    I concede that that’s a good point, Tammy, regarding Zahara. However, hopefully she was too young for those memories to stick around for long…I certainly don’t think that if she was older when she was adopted that she would not be aware of her prior circumstances.

  102. iheartlasagne says:

    I concede that that’s a good point, Tammy, regarding Zahara. However, hopefully she was too young for those memories to stick around for long…I certainly don’t think that if she was older when she was adopted that she would not be aware of her prior circumstances.

  103. mazy says:

    Zahara was 6 months old and barely 9 pounds when Brad and Angie adopted her in July 2005. She was so sick and malnourished that she was hospitalized in NYC for a week when they brought her to the US 9 days after the adoption. Now how in the world would this child have any memories of anything other than her life with her family? This is an article from the STAR, a lying tab that had to retract last weekend’s NOLA marriage lie. Also some racism here. No pix has showed any definitively Shiloh chipped tooth, this is all just a big lie. These kids are all extremely well behaved whenever they are seen in public, in spite of cameras and paps and screaming crowds of people. How can anyone believe that the tabs know anything about this family, they keep their private life very very private.

  104. mazy says:

    Zahara was 6 months old and barely 9 pounds when Brad and Angie adopted her in July 2005. She was so sick and malnourished that she was hospitalized in NYC for a week when they brought her to the US 9 days after the adoption. Now how in the world would this child have any memories of anything other than her life with her family? This is an article from the STAR, a lying tab that had to retract last weekend’s NOLA marriage lie. Also some racism here. No pix has showed any definitively Shiloh chipped tooth, this is all just a big lie. These kids are all extremely well behaved whenever they are seen in public, in spite of cameras and paps and screaming crowds of people. How can anyone believe that the tabs know anything about this family, they keep their private life very very private.

  105. sus says:

    this can very well be tru madox was alone whith his mom fore a long time and sudenly he has to share her whit a man and then a lot of other kids that is very hard fore a kid a he will act out and whit tree adobtet kids there has no bio parents they have a loss there is so deep that they act out to what i think is wrong´here is that they move to mush and they adobt to fast and to many it bound to hurt the kids and i undestly dont think she is a healfy woaman and not fit to rase thies kids

  106. sus says:

    this can very well be tru madox was alone whith his mom fore a long time and sudenly he has to share her whit a man and then a lot of other kids that is very hard fore a kid a he will act out and whit tree adobtet kids there has no bio parents they have a loss there is so deep that they act out to what i think is wrong´here is that they move to mush and they adobt to fast and to many it bound to hurt the kids and i undestly dont think she is a healfy woaman and not fit to rase thies kids

  107. anni says:

    the word you´re looking for is interpunction.

  108. anni says:

    the word you´re looking for is interpunction.

  109. countrybabe says:

    It is true that alot of kids are like this but I don’t consider it normal. It mostly comes from no discipline.

  110. countrybabe says:

    It is true that alot of kids are like this but I don’t consider it normal. It mostly comes from no discipline.

  111. anni says:

    it mostly comes from being a child ;p

  112. anni says:

    it mostly comes from being a child ;p

  113. Hank says:

    Is that baby normal? I don’t think I’ve ever seen photos where she does not have that mouth wide open

  114. Hank says:

    Is that baby normal? I don’t think I’ve ever seen photos where she does not have that mouth wide open

  115. Anonymous says:

    I’m sure that kids will be kids, I have 2 myself. The strange part is the nomadic lifestyle of the Jolie-Pitts. Kids do need stability and routine and I think a place to call home for a substantial amount of time would probably do them some good. I do realize that AJ has hired help and that the family has a fabulous lifestyle so the kids will be all right no matter what.

  116. Anonymous says:

    I’m sure that kids will be kids, I have 2 myself. The strange part is the nomadic lifestyle of the Jolie-Pitts. Kids do need stability and routine and I think a place to call home for a substantial amount of time would probably do them some good. I do realize that AJ has hired help and that the family has a fabulous lifestyle so the kids will be all right no matter what.

  117. cici says:

    even a fabulous lifestyle can’t stop kids from developing emotional problems, sorry. angie delved into something very complicated that will surely have ramifications. kids are hard enough. then you add in the multiple under 5 factor. then you add in how quickly they were all acquired. then you add that many are different races. then you add that they’re from all around the world. then you add the double working parents factor. and the fact that mommy and daddy’s face is known all over the world factor. then the fishbowl life factor. i really think they need to do a LOT of prep for the issues these kids will face in the coming years. let’s hope their “fabulous lifestyle” includes learning everything they can about helping children discover their identities. sigh.

  118. cici says:

    even a fabulous lifestyle can’t stop kids from developing emotional problems, sorry. angie delved into something very complicated that will surely have ramifications. kids are hard enough. then you add in the multiple under 5 factor. then you add in how quickly they were all acquired. then you add that many are different races. then you add that they’re from all around the world. then you add the double working parents factor. and the fact that mommy and daddy’s face is known all over the world factor. then the fishbowl life factor. i really think they need to do a LOT of prep for the issues these kids will face in the coming years. let’s hope their “fabulous lifestyle” includes learning everything they can about helping children discover their identities. sigh.

  119. mollination says:

    Why is it rubbish? I find this totally believable! Why are we “loving” Zahara? She looks like a little spoiled brat to me! She’s pouty and bossy, and I don’t find that crap cute. I worry about this upcoming generation. All the parents want to be “cool” and the “friend” and, sorry, THAT DOESN’T WORK! I’m amazed everyday at my work the sense of entitlement and lack of manners these kids have. And their parents just think it’s fucking adorable.

    Poor Shiloh, I wonder if I can adopt her from angelina so she can take her kids “with personalities” and continue to not give them any tools or manners.

  120. mollination says:

    Why is it rubbish? I find this totally believable! Why are we “loving” Zahara? She looks like a little spoiled brat to me! She’s pouty and bossy, and I don’t find that crap cute. I worry about this upcoming generation. All the parents want to be “cool” and the “friend” and, sorry, THAT DOESN’T WORK! I’m amazed everyday at my work the sense of entitlement and lack of manners these kids have. And their parents just think it’s fucking adorable.

    Poor Shiloh, I wonder if I can adopt her from angelina so she can take her kids “with personalities” and continue to not give them any tools or manners.

  121. Bystander says:

    Star is a tabloid mag whoever believe with their so called “source” is not thinking properly and is easy to manipulate by this bullsh*t article writter by this tabloids just to sell. As for family always moving around wth the parents haven’t you read what Kate Hudson said in one of the interview writter just a few weeks back? She said being with their parents on locations shooting/place whenever they are making new movies help them a lot in their growing years.. so STFU for those making ass comment about B&A bringing their kids with them everywhere mind your own business they know what’s good with their kids, and it’s not you or anyone else has the say on how to raise theirs!!!

  122. Bystander says:

    Star is a tabloid mag whoever believe with their so called “source” is not thinking properly and is easy to manipulate by this bullsh*t article writter by this tabloids just to sell. As for family always moving around wth the parents haven’t you read what Kate Hudson said in one of the interview writter just a few weeks back? She said being with their parents on locations shooting/place whenever they are making new movies help them a lot in their growing years.. so STFU for those making ass comment about B&A bringing their kids with them everywhere mind your own business they know what’s good with their kids, and it’s not you or anyone else has the say on how to raise theirs!!!

  123. judi says:

    Im not a fan of these two, never was and never will be.But I don’t believe this story…I had four kids, and altho they did have some scrapes and scratches..they were well behaved most of the time…and I never had one of them really hurt one of the others…I had 3 boys and one girl..and she definitly ruled the roost. I was the one who had to do the dicipline..but “STAR”.. I don’t believe anything they write.

  124. judi says:

    Im not a fan of these two, never was and never will be.But I don’t believe this story…I had four kids, and altho they did have some scrapes and scratches..they were well behaved most of the time…and I never had one of them really hurt one of the others…I had 3 boys and one girl..and she definitly ruled the roost. I was the one who had to do the dicipline..but “STAR”.. I don’t believe anything they write.

  125. Rianna says:

    lets see… my brothers and i hated each other when we were little…
    i can list about 5 instances off the top of my head where we tried to hurt each other vengefully for no other purpose than a toy or an icecream.

    1. my younger brother pushed my middle brother off the balcony for touching his ninja turtle
    2. my middle brother stuck a broom out along a doorway as i was running after him (he had stolen my blowdryer) i tripped and broke my arm.
    3. my little brother threw a rock at me when i told him we had to go home for dinner from the park and gave me a black eye
    4. my two brothers hit eachother with a hoe and a shovel respectively when they were in their teens being grounded and doing yard work for dad
    5. i kicked my little brother in the nuts and he fell and was knocked unconcious for stealing my barbie doll.

    i could probably list about 100 more instances. that is not uncommon. its called sibling rivalry and spending time with one person confined all the time does that to you.

    and as a mother i will admit… i have given my toddler soda as a bribe for her to be quiet in public. that doesnt make you a bad mother. it makes you a normal one who is harrassed and stressed enough to do whatever it takes to get your kid to stop screaming and sit quietly even if it is only for 3 minutes while drinking a soda.

    there is my two cents.

  126. Rianna says:

    lets see… my brothers and i hated each other when we were little…
    i can list about 5 instances off the top of my head where we tried to hurt each other vengefully for no other purpose than a toy or an icecream.

    1. my younger brother pushed my middle brother off the balcony for touching his ninja turtle
    2. my middle brother stuck a broom out along a doorway as i was running after him (he had stolen my blowdryer) i tripped and broke my arm.
    3. my little brother threw a rock at me when i told him we had to go home for dinner from the park and gave me a black eye
    4. my two brothers hit eachother with a hoe and a shovel respectively when they were in their teens being grounded and doing yard work for dad
    5. i kicked my little brother in the nuts and he fell and was knocked unconcious for stealing my barbie doll.

    i could probably list about 100 more instances. that is not uncommon. its called sibling rivalry and spending time with one person confined all the time does that to you.

    and as a mother i will admit… i have given my toddler soda as a bribe for her to be quiet in public. that doesnt make you a bad mother. it makes you a normal one who is harrassed and stressed enough to do whatever it takes to get your kid to stop screaming and sit quietly even if it is only for 3 minutes while drinking a soda.

    there is my two cents.

  127. headache says:

    ugh, all this crowing about stability annoys the piss out of me.

    There is more than one way to have stability in the a child’s life and it doesn’t have to mean growing up in the same town/house all your life.

    For instance, if they have the same daily routine such as when they brush their teeth, eating dinner at the same time every day with their parents, bed time stories, what time they go to day care, bedtime, etc, then that’s more stability than some of the little shits I’ve seen who rule their parents’ household doing whatever they want all hours of the day and night.

  128. headache says:

    ugh, all this crowing about stability annoys the piss out of me.

    There is more than one way to have stability in the a child’s life and it doesn’t have to mean growing up in the same town/house all your life.

    For instance, if they have the same daily routine such as when they brush their teeth, eating dinner at the same time every day with their parents, bed time stories, what time they go to day care, bedtime, etc, then that’s more stability than some of the little shits I’ve seen who rule their parents’ household doing whatever they want all hours of the day and night.

  129. Anonymous says:

    my husband who has two older brothers was once put in a cardboard box and shoved down the stairs (to see if he survives). That’s what kids do. I don’t think Shiloh is in danger but I did notice that the kids eat too much junk food (you can see them carry bags of chips practically on every picture). Sugary drinks and junk food will not help their tempers, I’m surprised that Brad and Angie are not more into health food. Kids will love it if they get used to it early on.

  130. Anonymous says:

    my husband who has two older brothers was once put in a cardboard box and shoved down the stairs (to see if he survives). That’s what kids do. I don’t think Shiloh is in danger but I did notice that the kids eat too much junk food (you can see them carry bags of chips practically on every picture). Sugary drinks and junk food will not help their tempers, I’m surprised that Brad and Angie are not more into health food. Kids will love it if they get used to it early on.

  131. journey says:

    love the horrible “ramifications” that some posters forsee in our little clan’s future! how dare b and a co-mingle a whole family of multi-cultural children! it’s never been done before, who knows the catastrophes that will result!!!

    except it has been done before. and not just famous people like mia farrow. there are articles and news clips about every day people who adopt 10 or even 14 children of different races. and all the children go to college and become productive adults, and love the parents who gave them their lives even if they didn’t contribute dna.

    have a happy day cici, and joy to everyone!

  132. journey says:

    love the horrible “ramifications” that some posters forsee in our little clan’s future! how dare b and a co-mingle a whole family of multi-cultural children! it’s never been done before, who knows the catastrophes that will result!!!

    except it has been done before. and not just famous people like mia farrow. there are articles and news clips about every day people who adopt 10 or even 14 children of different races. and all the children go to college and become productive adults, and love the parents who gave them their lives even if they didn’t contribute dna.

    have a happy day cici, and joy to everyone!

  133. cici says:

    I never said the ramifications would be “horrible.” I said they’d be complicated and I hope Angie realizes what she’s in for. And I never said they wouldn’t be productive adults – I said it’s hard enough being a bio child, let alone one raised in those circumstances. but thanks for the well wishes!

  134. cici says:

    I never said the ramifications would be “horrible.” I said they’d be complicated and I hope Angie realizes what she’s in for. And I never said they wouldn’t be productive adults – I said it’s hard enough being a bio child, let alone one raised in those circumstances. but thanks for the well wishes!

  135. Jean says:

    We all dream of havig a dashing man and kids and adopting many kids. That is fine. I think Angelina is living in this dream. Unfortunately reality is not like that. This story may be forged or embellished. Star magazine is not credible but the reality is too many kids in such a short time is going to hit Brad and Angelina as soon as the Brangelina novelty wears off as it is starting to.

    They have another or two on the way and their work load is increasing. I think they are in for a rude awakening next year when the babies are here and they are struggling to cope. The adopted kids have special kids and Shiloh had not time to be special when another kid joined them. She was barely born and her mother was in the process of acquiring another child. Compare Nicole Richie, charlotte church, Arguilera gusing over their babies and how they can’t stop looking at them. Angelina has never gushed about shi. She just said she was like any new born child, a blob, which is telling.

    Look at the guy from Grey’s anatomy with five kids, he has lost hsi marbles. Look at Mia farrow and how her family ended up. I wish these two the best but I am not sure they appreciate what they are in for.

  136. Jean says:

    We all dream of havig a dashing man and kids and adopting many kids. That is fine. I think Angelina is living in this dream. Unfortunately reality is not like that. This story may be forged or embellished. Star magazine is not credible but the reality is too many kids in such a short time is going to hit Brad and Angelina as soon as the Brangelina novelty wears off as it is starting to.

    They have another or two on the way and their work load is increasing. I think they are in for a rude awakening next year when the babies are here and they are struggling to cope. The adopted kids have special kids and Shiloh had not time to be special when another kid joined them. She was barely born and her mother was in the process of acquiring another child. Compare Nicole Richie, charlotte church, Arguilera gusing over their babies and how they can’t stop looking at them. Angelina has never gushed about shi. She just said she was like any new born child, a blob, which is telling.

    Look at the guy from Grey’s anatomy with five kids, he has lost hsi marbles. Look at Mia farrow and how her family ended up. I wish these two the best but I am not sure they appreciate what they are in for.

  137. Jean says:

    Any one noticed Brangelina fans have similar experiences with all things Brangelina? LOL.

  138. Jean says:

    Any one noticed Brangelina fans have similar experiences with all things Brangelina? LOL.

  139. They are trying to make this look like, all the adpoted ethnic kids are just ganging up on poor little innocent blonde shiloh. Kids are always beating up each other and fighting. That comes with the terrority, especailly when your dumb butt goes out and get 4 kids with another on the way in less than 3 years.

  140. They are trying to make this look like, all the adpoted ethnic kids are just ganging up on poor little innocent blonde shiloh. Kids are always beating up each other and fighting. That comes with the terrority, especailly when your dumb butt goes out and get 4 kids with another on the way in less than 3 years.

  141. Popcornridge says:

    Oh, Please me and my sibs use to beat the crab out of each other, but we loved each other, and would not let other kids, mess with one another, We stood strong together when we needed to, but had our Normal fights as other kids did in their family. Star needs to be put out of business with their foolishniess

  142. Popcornridge says:

    Oh, Please me and my sibs use to beat the crab out of each other, but we loved each other, and would not let other kids, mess with one another, We stood strong together when we needed to, but had our Normal fights as other kids did in their family. Star needs to be put out of business with their foolishniess

  143. Popcornridge says:

    Anee, I agree with you totally

  144. Popcornridge says:

    Anee, I agree with you totally

  145. Codzilla says:

    I agree with Elizabeth. Although I do want to point out that these people have a fleet of minions to do pretty much everything, so comparing them to most families is ridiculous. I hate it when people refer to these two as “working parents.” While that may be technically true, they’re not forced to do so to keep food on the table (which is where the real challenge comes into play).

  146. Codzilla says:

    I agree with Elizabeth. Although I do want to point out that these people have a fleet of minions to do pretty much everything, so comparing them to most families is ridiculous. I hate it when people refer to these two as “working parents.” While that may be technically true, they’re not forced to do so to keep food on the table (which is where the real challenge comes into play).

  147. Claire says:

    Oh, come on. I would be HORRIFIED if the older white, biological kids were picking on the little adopted one from Africa, but of course if it’s the other way around, we shouldn’t worry about it. A little blonde baby deserves just as much care and protection as a black baby, and within the microcosm of this family she sounds a little left out. Even her own mom has publicly stated she doesn’t care for Shiloh as much. Within the world Shiloh knows (her family), she hardly seems like the privileged one.

    That aside, this story sounds like bullshit – just kind of shocked by some of the reactions.

  148. Claire says:

    Oh, come on. I would be HORRIFIED if the older white, biological kids were picking on the little adopted one from Africa, but of course if it’s the other way around, we shouldn’t worry about it. A little blonde baby deserves just as much care and protection as a black baby, and within the microcosm of this family she sounds a little left out. Even her own mom has publicly stated she doesn’t care for Shiloh as much. Within the world Shiloh knows (her family), she hardly seems like the privileged one.

    That aside, this story sounds like bullshit – just kind of shocked by some of the reactions.

  149. Anastasia says:

    OMG you mean little kids sometimes get rough and injure themselves and other little kids?

    I had NO IDEA!!!!

    LOL. What a non-story. I’d be shocked if it weren’t the case.

  150. Anastasia says:

    OMG you mean little kids sometimes get rough and injure themselves and other little kids?

    I had NO IDEA!!!!

    LOL. What a non-story. I’d be shocked if it weren’t the case.

  151. Jag says:

    Regarding Zahara, I read an article a while back where she was wanting a cookie and Angelina told her that she wasn’t hungry. Since when does a parent know “better” when a child is hungry and asks for food? I almost cut off my finger, as a child, when my mom told me I didn’t need any more watermelon – yet I was still hungry. I tried to cut a tiny piece, so that she wouldn’t know, and almost sliced the first knuckle of my forefinger off! Zahara may have a faster metabolism (like I had) and may need more food – and it’s been said that Angelina rarely eats much, so how would she know how much Zahara really requires, without asking her? My mother was going on how much SHE ate – or didn’t, since she was always dieting – and wasn’t listening to her very skinny daughter’s needs.

  152. Jag says:

    Regarding Zahara, I read an article a while back where she was wanting a cookie and Angelina told her that she wasn’t hungry. Since when does a parent know “better” when a child is hungry and asks for food? I almost cut off my finger, as a child, when my mom told me I didn’t need any more watermelon – yet I was still hungry. I tried to cut a tiny piece, so that she wouldn’t know, and almost sliced the first knuckle of my forefinger off! Zahara may have a faster metabolism (like I had) and may need more food – and it’s been said that Angelina rarely eats much, so how would she know how much Zahara really requires, without asking her? My mother was going on how much SHE ate – or didn’t, since she was always dieting – and wasn’t listening to her very skinny daughter’s needs.

  153. anonymous says:

    Poor little Shiloh, I hope she will be o.k. She is such a beautiful little girl.

  154. anonymous says:

    Poor little Shiloh, I hope she will be o.k. She is such a beautiful little girl.

  155. Anonymous says:

    Tmz had pic of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie youngest daughter. Did had a mark on her. In past interview Angelina did said how little Z pick on her sister. How Z yell in the baby face. Maddox was the adult acting one. Pax was the wild one and love to jump on things. So this don’t seem that off. Just saying.

  156. Anonymous says:

    Tmz had pic of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie youngest daughter. Did had a mark on her. In past interview Angelina did said how little Z pick on her sister. How Z yell in the baby face. Maddox was the adult acting one. Pax was the wild one and love to jump on things. So this don’t seem that off. Just saying.

  157. mollination says:

    Well I think it’s great that because everyone else beat the shit out of their siblings when they were little, that this story is A-0-K.

    I don’t think it is. I’m not saying that because I think the kids are going to die or something, I’m saying it’s not O.K. manners-wise. These little shitheads fighting over food and being bossy sounds like all the entitled little monsters I encounter on a daily basis who demand something “for free” and don’t say “please” or “thank you”. It’s obnoxious, and it’s NOT cute.

  158. mollination says:

    Well I think it’s great that because everyone else beat the shit out of their siblings when they were little, that this story is A-0-K.

    I don’t think it is. I’m not saying that because I think the kids are going to die or something, I’m saying it’s not O.K. manners-wise. These little shitheads fighting over food and being bossy sounds like all the entitled little monsters I encounter on a daily basis who demand something “for free” and don’t say “please” or “thank you”. It’s obnoxious, and it’s NOT cute.

  159. mollination says:

    When do the parents step in and regulate and set boundaries on what is ok, and what is inappropriate?

  160. mollination says:

    When do the parents step in and regulate and set boundaries on what is ok, and what is inappropriate?

  161. headache says:

    Oh jag, you cannot make someone else’s experience your own. Just because it happened one way for you does not mean that’s what happened there. I know in my case, my kids are forever telling me there are hungry when I know they are not. And how do I know they aren’t? When they are begging for cookies but refuse a sandwich. Hungry children eat pretty much whatever you give them. Children eating out of boredom or interest only eat the sweet stuff.

  162. headache says:

    Oh jag, you cannot make someone else’s experience your own. Just because it happened one way for you does not mean that’s what happened there. I know in my case, my kids are forever telling me there are hungry when I know they are not. And how do I know they aren’t? When they are begging for cookies but refuse a sandwich. Hungry children eat pretty much whatever you give them. Children eating out of boredom or interest only eat the sweet stuff.

  163. April says:

    I can’t understand why some of the celebrities have so many problems with child rearing. Look at Britney Spears.

    Between Pitt and Jolie, they have enough money to hire an army of nannies. At the rate they are going, they are going to need an army.

  164. April says:

    I can’t understand why some of the celebrities have so many problems with child rearing. Look at Britney Spears.

    Between Pitt and Jolie, they have enough money to hire an army of nannies. At the rate they are going, they are going to need an army.

  165. Jane says:

    If these things are true, they are all normal. But, the report reeks of someone taking little bits of life and weaving them together into, hopefully on their part, a scandalous reveal, when it’s not actually shocking at all, and it’s not believable really beyond the idea that the children may have normal sibling interactions. If feeding kids fast food is a national story, come to my town. You’ll get plenty to report on.

    As for moving the kids around, their may be downsides, such as longterm childhood relationships with those not in the traveling party. However, remember that these kids have eachother and also some stable caregivers, as well as their parents. And, these kids are getting wonderful exposure to varied cultures. Really, they don’t exactly have the worst lives. They are not neglected.

    People get your own lives.