Angelina Jolie: The Kids Love Our Nomadic Lifestyle

Mon, December 19, 2011 6:29pm EST by 8 Comments

Angelina and her brood’s jet-setter lifestyle would be hard on many, but she says the kids love it! Do you believe her?

Angelina Jolie sat down with Anderson Cooper on Dec. 19 to dish on her life with Brad Pitt and their six kids — Maddox, 10, Pax, 8, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 5, and Knox and Vivienne, 3. When Anderson asked how the kids deal with moving from country to country, she said they prefer the hectic lifestyle! “Right now, they love it,” she explained. “I don’t want to settle.”

She said that the kids get antsy if they’re in one location longer than two months. And finding friends isn’t an issue because they have each other to play with! “They have friends all over the country,” Angelina said. In their old age, Angelina says she hopes she and Brad will travel around the world visiting all of their grandchildren.

Family time is really important to the star — they sit down for family meals every night that they’re all together! “We like being at home,” she gushed. “Whoever is at home tends to be the happier one.”

Angelina’s kids are sure to be so cultured, but is it good for them to travel that much? Or do you think they’ll learn more by traveling the world?

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Posted at 8:14 AM on April 20, 2012  

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Posted at 7:04 AM on February 21, 2012  

She said Right now, they love it,”
Not true, Brad has said in the past that the kids have begged them to stay in one place so they can make friends & live a normal life. She’s proving what a horrible mother she is because it is a well established fact that children want and NEED stability & routine in their very young lives!
Even without having said that…Angelina ruined her own statement when she added “I don’t want to settle.” THAT right there is the real truth! SHE doesn’t want to settle.

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Posted at 6:51 PM on December 20, 2011  

if the kids are safe and happy, feel loved, sleep well, eat well, i don’t think they have to be in the same geography all the time. if i were their parent, i would probably have concern about whether or not i was teaching them a realistic way to exist in the real world after i am gone or they have left my home. but i don’t have enough information to have any clue whether or not that’s being done with these kids. my daughter is in one geography with a stable routine, and i still wonder whether or not i’m providing her with the life lessons she will need when she cannot rely on me anymore. so, i don’t think geography and nomad-atry is definitive on the issue.

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Andrey Min'kov

Posted at 4:19 PM on December 20, 2011  

It is very interesting…. When Angelina will arrive to me?

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Posted at 9:27 AM on December 20, 2011  

Do I believe her? No

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Andrey Min'kov

Posted at 1:56 PM on December 20, 2011  

It is necessary to believe and God willing!

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Posted at 1:32 AM on December 20, 2011  

I admire all the humanitarian work Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt do, however, I think that the children need more stability. A place where they have a daily routine that is consistant, where they go to the same school all of the time, see the same friends, sleep in the same bed each night, etc. Why not go on travels, or do overseas humanitarian work during school vacations, and in the summer, while school is out? They could have the best of both worlds. Also, there is a great deal of volunteer work that can be done year round in just one country, and I am sure close by wherever they decide to put down roots. Just my thought on the constant moving about the world with young children.

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Andrey Min'kov

Posted at 1:48 PM on December 20, 2011  

Everywhere want to eat. Appetite grows

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