Shiloh Jolie-Pitt wants a military-themed 4th birthday party

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Several months ago, Life & Style set off a huge backlash when they ran a very negative cover story about how Angelina Jolie was “turning” Shiloh into a boy. The basic gist was that Shiloh is a little tomboy with a cute bowl cut and lots of hand-me-down clothes and toys from her brothers, thus, Angelina is making her daughter a lesbian. It was bullsh-t, and many commenters and many other sites called Life & Style out on their bullsh-t. Now it seems like In Touch Weekly is taking the “no judgment” approach when reporting about Shiloh’s desire for a military-themed fourth birthday party:

Their daughter Shiloh will turn 4 on May 27, and Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are already making plans for her special day.

“Maddox had a soldier-themed party when he turned 4, so Shiloh wants the same,” says a longtime family friend, adding that the lucky girl can expect new boots, toy guns and a new bed that looks like a spaceship.

“She wants boys’ toys, since she’s such a little tomboy. Brad also bought Shiloh a jeep that is safe for kids, and he’s thinking of getting her a toy ATV that she can drive around the property.”

[From In Touch Weekly]

I always wanted boys’ toys when I was little too, just because they were cooler and made better. Toy manufacturers expect boys to try to destroy their toys, so they’re extra durable. Boys’ toys just make more sense. Shiloh is thrifty! No, really, she’s just a little tomboy who thinks her older brothers are, like, the coolest people in the world. And who doesn’t want a spaceship bed?

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Shiloh in Venice on March 16, 2010 & April 16 & 17, 2010. Credit: INFphoto.com, Pacific Coast News and AAR/Fame Pictures.

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  1. Dorothy says:

    It is not a big deal. My 4 years old boy loves pink and rainbows, but can still be VERY tough. I am sure it is just a phase.

  2. lilred says:

    Man I want a spaceship bed too!Lol.

  3. meme says:

    *rolls eyes

  4. Missfit says:

    Aww, Shiloh is beautiful, no matter what, I LOVED her longer blonde hair though. ;) I was a tomboy too and I remember grabbing the scissors and I chopped my hair off,lol. My mom did the best she could to fix it and I used to love to wear my brother’s clothes…their star wars shirts, hulk, etc. I still loved my barbies, but I wasn’t into regular dolls much, they were creepy and made me cry, I didn’t even like the cabbage patches nor clowns. They still creep me out till this day,lol. I would love to play with my brother’s G-I Joes and Hot Wheels lots of times. Way to go Shiloh! ;)

  5. ami lee says:

    hey, that’s a pixie cut, NOT A BOWL CUT. jeez, get it right.

  6. Ana says:

    She is soooo adorable.
    By the way, I grew up with an older brother too and I completely adored him!! He was cooler, his toys were cooler, I always wanted to play with him and his friends, and act like a boy too. They can run around and get dirty and nobody ever criticises them for that. It’s completely normal for a child that age to want to act like her older siblings because they just seem the most amazing people in the world to them.
    If she had an older sister to look up to, a very very girly one, I’m pretty sure she would love that and try and copy it.
    She is just a kid and has yet to figure out who she really is.

  7. Lil says:

    Well you can delete my comment but it’s true!!!!!!!!!!

    And again! Everybody ignoring the big fat pink elephant in the room!

  8. Risa says:

    I was a HUGE tomboy when I was younger, but that was because my dad had my drag racing and most of the other kids racing were boys!! I wore JNCO jeans and baggy t-shirts but no one ever called me a Lesbian! The girls were just jealous because the boys liked hanging out with me more! lol

  9. Jess says:

    Having had experience with two three-year old kids now, I think it’s funny for anyone to think that the parents can force them to dress a certain way or like certain things. Both of my kids at three had very strong opinions about what they would or would not wear and what they wanted to play with. And younger kids love their older siblings. Heck, my three-year old bases her pajama decisions on what her big brother is wearing to bed each night!

  10. freckles says:

    Meh. When I was little what I loved to do was play Tonka trucks with my little brother in the dirt. Or GI Joes, drive kid sized Jeeps, etc. I still to this day have mostly guy friends, only 2 girl friends (and one of them is just as “boyish” as me). Girly girls just annoy me, I don’t get them. But I definitely got much more feminine as I grew older.

    Also, my guy friend’s Mom has this priceless story from when he was 4, and threw an absolute FIT because she wouldn’t buy him a The Little Mermaid suitcase, and got him Power Rangers instead. He’s always had more girl friends than guy friends, but he’s definitely in no way effeminate. So people who want to say that she’s somehow “turning Shiloh gay”, which is a WHOLE other debate btw, can just sit the hell down.

  11. meme says:

    what big fat pink elephant? please splain, i’m dense.

  12. meme says:

    personally, i find it abhorrent that the super humanitarian save the word entity known as brandgelina would encourage playing war and using fake guns. can we say hypocrites? and no, i’m not fat, ugly, dumb, lazy whatever.

  13. A.K.A says:

    In that 3rd pic where she’s holding Angie’s hand, look at her lips! Exactly like her mom’s! It’s almost disturbing. We now know Angie’s lip s are 100% natural! haha!

    She really is a cute kid and you can tell she’ll grow up to be a very beautiful young lady.

  14. Melanie says:

    The parents are humanitarians, the children love guns and knives. I don’t get it.

  15. meme says:

    maybe the parents are FAUX humanitarians. *runs and hides

  16. rraven says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever heard either of them say they are against war or guns, just injustice, cruelty and torture which are obviously different things. Defending yourself is different from bullying and murder. Just because you like guns or playing tough and bein strong doesn’t mean you want to kill and maim people so I don’t get the hypocrisy or the pink elephant statement. Besides, do you know why she (angie) picked the UNHCR of all charities to support? No, so what ideology do you know she posesses about this cause in particular that is in direct contradiction with liking action movies and guns?

  17. Lil says:

    Good point Malenie~

  18. Melanie says:

    @ 15. What is war to you?

  19. Deens says:

    I have two older brothers and one of my earliest memories is getting scolded by my mother for trying to pee standing up (unsuccessfully, of course). Go figure. Let the girl play with what she wants!

  20. Raven says:

    Can we really even believe this story If this person is a “longtime family friend “then why are they going to In Touch Weekly and telling their buzzes. Angelina and Brad have always kept their kid’s birthday parties privet and out of the public eye and any friends of their would know that and not go to some magazine taking about their Shiloh party. This seems more like a fake story or someone who “claims” to know the family but doesn’t. Some magazine would do anything to sell a paper these days true stories fake stories they don’t care.

    P.S. If it’s a legit story why not say who this “longtime family friend”

  21. Lil says:

    The big fat pink elephant in the room is that the girl is always dressed like a boy and the news are always talking about her “boyish” way.
    Honestly Idon’t care. But I hate the fact that Kaiser always cover this trying to “justify” the way the girl is dressed or her “preferences” according to the “sources”…
    Let’s face it yes the girl looks like a boy. Yes the girl prefer boys things!Maybe she will be a lesbian, maybe not. So what? Why people need to cover the history and say “ow I was like that when I was a kid!” And I turned fine!

    Pleaaaase this is soooo hipocryte!!!

    Nobody says this about Suri, or other celebrities kids….

  22. Sudini says:

    I FULLY support allowing the child to live free of gender stereotyping. I love that Brangelina allow their children to express themselves and explore who they are and who they want to be. I was a tomboy growing up (playing with boys, exploring the woods, climbing trees and getting pretty dirty) but also loved things like pretty dresses and playing with dolls. I was allowed the best of both worlds and encouraged to just be myself. I think it’s SO important for parents to allow their children that path.

  23. Lil says:

    You know guys! i HAVE A FUNNY STORY ABOUT MY CHILDHOOD!

    I used to be soooo brat, kinda Suri. And all the time my parents had to hear those discriminatory comments, barf, I was terrible! But you know what? I turned fine1. I did’nt became a Paris Hilton look like! I’m a fine young intelligent GUY!

    :p

  24. Sudini says:

    @Lil – Nobody says these things about other kids (ie. Suri, etc.) because those kids aren’t being scrutinized in the press the way Shiloh is.

    There are still enough small-minded people out there who see these pictures and think it’s wrong NOT to have boys act a certain way and girls act another. To them, girls=pink and boys=blue. It’s limiting and idiotic and deserves to be called out.

  25. sharylmj says:

    wow.. how can you criticize the good that these people do for the world? Shiloh has some really cool older brothers and it’s perfectly normal that she wants to be like them. She also has a beautiful sister and mama who seem pretty girly to me, so I don’t think they are trying to push her one way or the other, they are letting her choose. She looks happy and well taken care of to me. I agree with you Sudini (#22)

  26. Kaiser says:

    Ugh. Don’t feed the trolls, people.

  27. Iggles says:

    Lil – What pink elephant???

    Seriously, wtf with folks insinuating that Shiloh is a lebsian. She’s a child! Plenty of girls are tomboys! I was. When I was 5 I wanted to be a boy! Lo and behold, I grew up to be a straight woman.

    Let’s not read into the behaviors of children. Geez! She’s a baby.

    meme – Kids often pay war games. And when I was a kid I loved toy guns. I had a blue machine gun that I adored and realistic looking smoking hand gun. Yet, I didn’t not grow up to be a sociopath. And I am not pro-war. Go figure.

    By the way, I also loved barbies and had a barbie mansion. Liking “boy” stuff and “girl” stuff is not mutually exclusive.

  28. Zeit says:

    what happened to that whole story about her having down syndrome… she totally looks fine in these photos.

  29. rraven says:

    @melanie, to me, the crux of what it means to be at war lies in the idea of self defence, for whatever reason, and Angie always says she believes in protecting herself and tries to teach her kids the difference between violence and self defence. Personally I hate guns, they terrify me, but I can understand the reasoning when you have kids you feel protective.As for why the kids, at least maddox likes guns, he is a boy, most boys did when they were his age, but its ok if they dont, obviously, and prefer doll houses or whatever.

  30. voiceover says:

    I think she’s fine wearing and doing whatever she wants. It’s ok. It doesn’t mean jack shit about her sexual orientation. But I too don’t understand how this love of artillery and guns and violence is fostered in a home where they supposedly are for world peace. Brad AND Angie continue to star in glorifyingly violent movies, which can send the wrong message to kids. I don’t get why people are against violence, yet they pay to watch it reenacted on the screen. Makes no sense to me.

  31. Lil says:

    Totally understand your point Sudini!

    And you Iggles, shush, understand what I mean than we can talk!

  32. meme says:

    i ain’t a troll and not for nothing but i know A LOT of parents who don’t let their kids play with toy guns or encourage them to play war. i don’t know ANY parent who allows a child to play with or collect knives.

  33. nnn says:

    Uumm since when humaniatrians mean no guns ?

    Humanitarian decisions are made and enforced by…guns, political and economical pressures, hence the peacekeepers…hence Jolie pleading for all the military forces to grt involved in humanitarian crisis..hence Jolie often visiting the troops that are the ones enforcing and making it possible for her likes to do her humanitarian job in volatile situations.

    And Jolie is a humanitarian who has always prone Justice by tracking down criminals to bring them where they belong. She is not a nun who says forgive everyone, she is a humanatirian, someone who pleads for social justine using means that are political, military, ect….

  34. canadianchick says:

    Happy Birthday Shiloh!

  35. suz says:

    I’m just going to pop in and say that those pictures of the kids are mega cute overload.

  36. Ursaline says:

    Love the photo of Shiloh and Zahara. I’ll bet they are really interesting to observe as they interact together. My two boys constantly amuse me with their different personalities and ways of approaching things.

  37. GatsbyGal says:

    Spaceship bed?! I’m so jealous.

  38. Kim says:

    Intouch Weekly knows nothing about this family there have been no pics of them in over 2 weeks. If they had insiders they would know where they were.As for guns, Angie has talked about having guns and she mentioned that she is pro death penalty especially when it comes to justice for the victims of genocide and crimes against refugees. She spoke about this topic while promoting Wanted in 2008. Angie has never mentioned she was anti gun. She collects guns too. Since the family has been MIA for 2 weeks, since leaving Venice, the body language experts have no pics to analyze. Poor tabloids have no scandals so they make up this BS. I guess they’ll make up something about the gerbils next.

  39. RHONYC says:

    @Jess “Both of my kids at three had very strong opinions about what they would or would not wear and what they wanted to play with.”

    ————————————

    uhhh, yeah…

    and when my kid was 3, i had a ‘very strong opinion’ of who had a job and who brought home the bacon in my household.

    to lil’ kids runnin’ roughshot over their parents i say:

    no job = no say

    handle it.

  40. Stephy2185 says:

    I like your stance Lil
    We shouldn’t ignore her “defiance” of gender conventions and norms
    She’s expressing herself how she feels comfortable and obviously she looks up to her big brothers

    BUT BUT BUT, just cause she wears “boys” clothes and plays with “boys” toys and is seemingly a total tomboy relates in NO way to her sexual orientation….Maybe she’ll be transgendered and like boys? IN which case she’d be gay as it’s the orientation not the biological assignment of parts that determines that…
    Regardless, I’m 24 and sometimes I’m not sure if I’m more into girls or more into guys…Sometimes I wear sweat pants and hoodies, sometimes I wear heels and skinny jeans…If my identity is still as fluid as it is at 24 then I know most definitely that conversations and discourses about this child’s sexual identity/orientation are totally inappropriate as any of that has yet to be determined. Besides she’s not worried about it nor are her parents, and THAT’S what matters most. She seems healthy, happy and completely well adjusted.

  41. Iggles says:

    @ Lil:
    “And you Iggles, shush, understand what I mean than we can talk!”

    How about you articulate your point instead of telling people who disagree with you to stop talking?

    Stephy2185 – You’re right. If Shiloh was transgendered it doesn’t necessarily mean she is gay. Gender identity is not tied to sexual orientation.

  42. Corina says:

    Oh lordy. Maybe she’s a lesbian, maybe she’s a tomboy, maybe she’s a lesbian tomboy! Maybe she will flip the switch and grow up to be a gorgeous, feminine “lipstick lesbian”. Since she’s too young for us to know either way, it doesn’t really matter.

    I do think Brad and Angie may have an inkling either way – I believe sexual orientation is something you’re born with, and lots of children show signs of hetero or homosexuality early in life. But those signs are a little more obvious than a short haircut and some sensible tree climbing, brother chasing, rough and tumble clothes.

    That being said, I’m not a fan of Angelina’s stance on guns. I understand it, I respect that it’s her right, but I don’t think it’s cool to give your kid (Maddox) a gun necklace.

    Also those kids are fricken adorable! Shiloh always looks like she has sort of evaluated the situation and is now just cruising through life unconcerned with the paparazzi et al. So cute!

  43. Corina says:

    Also, I don’t think it’s fair to say (re toddlers) ” I make the money so I make the rules”. That works for lots of children but even the best parents sometimes have an unruly, headstrong kid. My dad refers to my little sister as a “willful child” lol. Yes, you can force your toddler to wear what you want them to…but sometimes that goes horribly wrong. My sister would rip off clothes she didn’t like, refuse to get dressed, and squirm like a wild animal if you tried to force pants on her. I suggest that anyone who believes parents should be able to exercise total control over their tots should spend the day trying to get a 3 year old to wear any article of clothing they’ve decided they disliked. Also I suggest some chocolate and possibly a stiff drink afterwards. :)

  44. Shona says:

    Would it kill them to put a bow in her hair??? Or God forbid put her in a dress???

  45. Kim says:

    There are many pics of her in dresses and barettes in hair go to archives at justjared

  46. Novaraen says:

    I was a total tomboy when I was her age too…although I didn’t have the short hair(mom wouldn’t let me cut it) I did keep it in tight braids, wore toughskin jeans and t-shirts. Played with G-I Joe, He-man and Star Wars toys and loved them. I see nothing wrong with Shiloh…whatsoever. She has an older brother she obviously looks up to…there is no pink elephant.

  47. teri says:

    Shiloh seems like a very happy little girl, very loved and cared for. As long as she’s happy and well taken care of nothing else should matter. I know some love to get sh.ts and giggles out of their hate filled rant post but she’s happy and I’m happy for her.

  48. Alexa says:

    omg . . . Shiloh is so flip-flappin’ SCRUMPTIOUS looking! How can anyone not want to squeeze those cheeks and love her all up! (So darned flippin’ cute I CAN’T STAND IT!)

    One Shiloh, straight up! (Butter on the side ;-)

  49. Deb says:

    Good point #14 Melanie. Guns are NOT toys.

  50. skibunny says:

    What’s up with the younger boy’s haircut??? Maybe the other kids cut it for him.

  51. denise says:

    Why do they think its okay to turn your little girl into a hermaphrodite?. I mean she is starting to look manlier than Ellen Degeneres. Just wrong.

  52. Zelda says:

    @denise

    Yes. As Chaz Bono will tell you, dressing your daughter up in frills will ensure that she grows up to be feminine.

  53. Jeri says:

    Angelina issue press releases and calls them “leaks.”

  54. gracie says:

    @Shona…re your comments: “Would it kill them to put a bow in her hair??? Or God forbid put her in a dress???”

    What in the friggin heck would that prove? That you could “make” her wear feminine crap?

    More importantly, do you think that wearing a dress and having a bow in your hair makes you a girl? That is ridiculous.

  55. may says:

    that kid looks like brad mother, no?

  56. Mouse says:

    Those kids are adorable! I love Shiloh’s little tailored jacket in the first photo.

    Seriously, what is the big deal?? I don’t understand why people pick on this kid. Carrie Mulligan and Michelle Williams have this exact haircut, no one’s calling them tomboys! Shiloh’s a little kid, she’s figuring out who she is, and she can cut her hair and dress the way she wants. (As a matter of fact, she can do that when she’s older too!!) Lay off her, people.

  57. Mouse says:

    BTW, she looks just like her mom!

  58. anon says:

    Kid calls herself ‘john’ i think.. which is funny. If I wasn’t so dubious about it i’d say this is a good case for ‘past life’ residual memories maybe.. kid used to be a dude named john and maybe was in the military? Who knows! Kids are supposed to have some memories from past lives i’ve read. Not sure if i am sold on it but um, a possibility? Eh.

  59. piedlourde says:

    Man, all the Jolie-Pitt kids are awesome!

  60. snowball says:

    Let them wear what they want, even at 4, they have some bizarro ideas about what they put on. Mine went nuts if he wasn’t wearing something blue. Yes, it would be easy to say that I was the parent, he would wear what I told him to and shut up, but have you tried to drag a 5-year old to school who’s screaming his head off because he didn’t have any clean blue underwear?

    All of the JP kids are adorable, but whoever cuts their hair should be shot. Knox is the only one who isn’t all hacked up – even poor Viv has a mullet. Seriously, my son went at the front of his hair with safety scissors when he was in kindergarten and he accidentally achieved whatever that insane person did to Pax’s hair.

  61. SammyHammy says:

    Hey, Anon-there might be something to your theory! My nephew, when he was just around 2.5 years old, often talked about when he lived with his “other family” and his “skin was dark (our family is white).” He talked about his children, his house, etc. It might have just been a wild imagination, but I’ve always wondered…

  62. Corina says:

    I believe Brad told Oprah that Shiloh goes by John because she’s obsessed with Peter Pan. I can’t even put into words how fricken cute I think that is!

  63. Anonymus says:

    Brangelina are liars!

    You travel around the world for peace.
    But they allow army-parties!

  64. Reader says:

    Who buy the clothes for a children?…When I buy clothes for my daughter I buy girl’s clothes ,then she combine them as she wants,in gender identity forming ,parents have a great % of responsibility.I am talking about gender identity , NOT sex orientation.

  65. Cheyenne says:

    @Corina: I loved Peter Pan (the Disney movie) but there wasn’t a woman in that film that was a good role model. Wendy was a wimp, Tinkerbell was a bitch, and the Indian princess (I forget her name) was just plain silly.

  66. omondieu says:

    I may not like Brangelina, but I commend them for not pushing their little Shiloh to conform to what is traditionally accepted as “feminine behavior”, ESPECIALLY when they’re fully aware that people will criticize them for it. Good for them.

  67. Victoria says:

    Shiloh’s hair has gotten a lot fuller. How did they do that to a child’s hair? Does she have a weave?

  68. kim says:

    So they put her in dresses until she was 3 and then they decided they are going to force her to wear pants and force her sister who she shares a room with to wear dresses.GMAB . Oh yeah before people say how do I know they share a room Brad said it in Parade interview.As for her hair looking fuller some hairstylist said cutting very fine hair can give it more volume or something to that effect.

  69. Missfit says:

    First of all if someone WAS a tomboy as a kid,I doubt they are liars and being “hypocrites.” Lots of girls have done that, so apparently it isn’t too abnormal. Some people just want to talk sh*t about a little innocent kid, or Shiloh because they hate Angelina. That’s not right, it’s not Shiloh’s fault IF people were to dislike her parents or what not. Even if someone were to be tom boy as a child or gone through a bad child hood, it doesn’t mean they are necessarily going to turn out “fucked up” later on in life. Some people DO grow up and better themselves and besides, how is dressing like a boy such a bad thing? And some people do turn out messed up, but it all depends on the person and what direction they choose to take in life as an adult. I think Suri is cute, that’s who she is, and she’s cute for it. Shiloh is cute, that’s who SHE IS and she’s cute for it. They are both different little girls, their own person and that’s how it should be. Why should Shiloh be all dressed in pink and pepto bismol colors to make people happy? The way some gay men don’t want to be judged for dressing like women, then some girls shouldn’t be either cause they want to dress like a boy, big deal. Pink elephant my ass, that’s what. Where does it say “real guns?” I didn’t think so, kids play with plastic toy guns all the time, that could be what she wants. I see cowboy/soldier stuff at the store all the time and ninja stuff or whatever. That doesn’t mean kids that play with toy guns will turn out to be terrorists or uni-bombers. This doesn’t exactly define how she will turn out as an adult.

  70. Visitor says:

    LOL to the person who posted that Brad/Angie haven’t been seen in a couple of weeks – like anyone cares. Also goes to show that they can “hide” when they want to. Notice how “busy” they were with the children when Jen was promoting her movie. Every day the kids were out in parks and getting ice cream. Now nothing. Interesting. Obviously they control when and where the pictures are taken.

    I agree the whole “we want peace and love” thing doesn’t really go with guns. But whatever.

    As for Shiloh, well, I don’t understand why this is such a big deal. Who really cares how she dresses. What I do find interesting however, is how many of the Brad/Angie fans acted like boys as a child. That does make sense. No wonder they love her so much because she acts like a “boy” in her action films. I think we have a whole bunch of women on here secretly wishing they were men.

  71. Fluffy Kitten Tail says:

    *eyeroll*

    Who even cares what type of birthday party she wants? She’s a boring kid of famous parents. Why does it become news what type of party she has?

  72. viz says:

    she’s a lesbian. deal with it.

  73. Beth says:

    There’s all kind of stupidity in this thread. Why does everybody think this story is true? This story is coming from the least reliable tabloid. IT has been saying for years Brad and Angelina are broken up and he’s having an affair with Jennifer Anniston. I still get a chuckle of their “Revenge Pregnancy” cover that happened. Clearly a lot of people don’t have kids. It’s ridiculous to say just put Shiloh in a dress. When a kid really doesn’t want to eat, wear, etc something, they make it known. It’s not worth it to force food down somebody’s throat or to struggle to put clothes on a child who would just throw them off a minute later.

  74. Melanie says:

    @ 69. Even your number is HAWT. I think I just had an ah-ha moment. You have opened my eyes to the fans of the Brange.

  75. Mimi says:

    Every time is the same BS.

    @Reader glad that your daughter dresses the way you want it because you choose her closes but she has OLDER BROTHER’S like Shi that she loves and want to play with and imitates then too?

    Wow thats was a BRAND NEW RECORD @Visitor till you come and drag the name that has NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS tread who the f… care about her flops movies?

    @viv so she can NOT dress with her brother’s clots and have short hair because in your eyes she automatically becomes a lesbian but can I call you a RETARD based on your comment?

  76. kim says:

    WTF Angie has never spoke about wanting love and peace.She has spoke about aid for refugees.Their family was in Venice while Angie was filming she is no longer filming so they are no longer there. You rarely see them unless one of the parents is filming a movie. Regarding Jen Aniston, Angie makes $20 million/ film while JA makes $8 million.She doesn’t need to ride JA’s coattails . Lastly if Shiloh grows to be a lesbian she will be a lesbian who is loved and supported by her family so good for her.

  77. Alex says:

    Kids like to play with pretend guns. They like to play ‘Old West’, they like to play ‘Army’, they like to play ‘Cops and Robbers’ and they’ll pick up anything and make it a gun or a knife (I used to do it with big Sharpies when I was a kid).

    What are they going to do? Ban them from playing? Let them be kids!

  78. Diva says:

    How in the hell can you honestly sit here and speculate on the SEXUALITY of a THREE-YEAR OLD????

  79. Camille says:

    Haha, Shiloh’s b’day is the same as mine.

  80. Moops says:

    Well, first off, Shiloh should be off-limits in general because she’s a kid. Secondly, NO kid is gay (or straight for that matter), as they are not yet sexual beings.

    That being said: everyone knew tomboys growing up, and some of them became lesbians. Plenty of gay adults describe themselves having always felt “different” as children and having identified more with the opposite sex.

    So sure, Shiloh could grow up to be a lesbian – but so could Suri. I just pray for their sake that the world has forgotten about them by then, because growing up under a microscope sucks.

  81. Claudia says:

    Agree with Diva.

    All of you should be ashamed… For God sake she is a little girl!!!

    And thanks God she is not read your comments…

  82. Emily says:

    @Moops, you can sometimes tell a kid’s sexuality when they’re that young. My mum always said a guy I went to kinder with was gay, and then we found out a few years ago that he’s come out. And looking back, I can see that I was attracted to girls when I was in kinder, I just didn’t understand what it was that I was feeling until I was much older.

  83. Kitten says:

    I wanna go to Shiloh’s war party and I want a spaceship bed!!!

  84. Tiffany says:

    Life and Style and In Touch better watch out, Princess Zahara is going to throw down on you if you keep messing with her sister.

  85. Zelda says:

    ANyone else sick of “Brad and Anglie exist and have kids” type stories, btw?

    I mean, I like them fine and all, but if it’s not celeb NEWS, then really you are just clicking to look at pics of the private lives of strangers. Which is a)boring, and b) pretty f*cking insane, if you think about it.

  86. smilelover says:

    In the last picture, Shiloh looks exactly like Brad Pitt’s mother.

  87. popcorny says:

    I’ll second that, Zelda.
    -but not just about the Brange kids, any kid(s).
    Guns are not toys and they are not acceptable for acclimating a child toward “self defense” … -which is the most backward and bogus claim I’ve heard in some time.
    “I wanna space bed and military party too ooh ooooh” -yes, we get it, you’re “soooo onboard” (and trying too hard).
    With secondary identification one (in this case, “parents”) needs to be careful/keen to the rejection (of the actual identity) that precedes the secondary identification.

  88. Meme says:

    I wonder if she is truly a tomboy or if she craves the same attention that her older brothers receive (i.e., Maddox) ergo she dresses and acts like a boy in an attempt to get Mommy’s attention or even to become Mommy’s favorite.

    Both girls are cute but Zee is a little cutie indeed.

  89. Jag says:

    Hey, I’m a nice person and I love guns and knives. Had a knife collection as a teenager, and enjoy shooting my pistol at the shooting range as an adult.

    I can’t say enough how much I love Angie and Brad for letting their children be themselves. Kudos to them.

    And yes, Kaiser, who wouldn’t want a spaceship bed? At that age, I’d want Chewbacca to cuddle, as well. lol

  90. Matt says:

    Anyway, about turning Shiloh into an homosexual. First of all, you can’t determine if a person is lesbian or gay at that age! Second, boy’s clothes are far more durable and far more comfortable than girl’s because boys are expected to be running around, and rough playing, while girls are expected to sit down and play with dolls.
    Third, what does it matters what she likes and doesn’t likes? It’s the different people that usually make a change in the world, and that make the world brighter, and a cool place to stay.
    Really, no one can know if a kid is lesbian at that age, that starts showing around the age when other kids are dating, or maybe even until later!