Kelly Preston Claims That A Silent Birth Is What Made Her Kids Calm — Do You Buy That?

Wed, January 19, 2011 9:49am EDT by 4 Comments

Courtesy of NBC, Hello

The Travolta’s swear Scientology’s strange no-noise deliveries are the best way to birth peaceful tots.

After years and years of trying to conceive, Kelly Preston and John Travolta finally have their little miracle child, 8-week-old Benjamin, who’s the spitting image of his daddy! “We just saw a picture of John when he was an infant, Jetty too, and they’re exactly the three same pictures,” Kelly, 48, says in an interview with Today‘s Natalie Morales about the Travolta men.

Even John says Ben is his clone!

“It’s so wonderful to be bringing another child into the world and look at things through his eyes and he’s so innocent and just so sweet,” Kelly says of baby Ben. “He’s just peaceful and gentle and very present.” And Kelly strongly believes that practicing Scientology’s silent birth is the reason for his calm nature, as well as her daughter Ella, 10, and late son Jett’s serene personalities. “It’s just bringing them in, in as peaceful and gentle a way as possible,” Kelly explains of silent birth, saying that it is all related to the child’s reactive mind and the senses of stress, fear and worry. “I’m blessed…my kids have always been amazing, calm and peaceful, happy. I absolutely know it’s pretty much because of that.” Do you agree that keeping quite during the delivery helps make super-chill children?

All these celebs are expecting babies this year!

Now, Kelly and John feel complete and are so thankful to have their baby boy. “I just think any time you get pregnant at this age, it is a miracle,” Kelly says of her wish coming true. “We’re just so fortunate.”

What do you think about silent birth? Could it really influence a child’s personality?

–Leigh Blickley

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rebecca howell

Posted at 8:39 PM on August 30, 2013  

Her first born (silent birth) has autism and died from a presumed seizure at age 16. Not a success story. The second daughter, who seems so sweet, is morbidly obese. The third child was born at an advanced maternal age and the risk of health issues is approximately 50%. I really don’t think she should get on her salt box about parenting. In fact, rumor has it that Kelly bore a mentally disabled child during her first marriage. The child lives with Kelly’s parents in Hawaii. Kelly also admits to alcohol abuse as recently as 2012.

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Posted at 3:04 AM on May 9, 2012  

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Rach

Posted at 6:26 AM on January 20, 2011  

I don’t buy it for a minute. She has no idea what kind of manipulative, dangerous religion she has gotten into.
It’s a pity she doesn’t realise that GOD is the one who blesses people with children.

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Rudy Mc Landey

Posted at 11:15 AM on January 19, 2011  

It certainly doesn’t do any harm for a baby to emerge into a quiet world. But then, it’s probably easier to come in quietly during a c-section with some anaesthetic assistance. A surgical procedure of that magnitude without some major pain-blocking is bound to generate some measure of grunting and screaming. So much for the drug-free world of Scientology.

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