The busy parents of six are able to connect with their children through VERY careful scheduling!
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have so many kids— Maddox, 9, Pax, 7, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 4, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 2 — that most parents wouldn’t know how to spend quality time with each of them. But the glamorous couple has a great way to make sure that each child gets some individual time with their mom and dad!
Brad, 47, and Angelina, 35, try to split the kids between them when they separate for work — that way they can have private time with smaller groups, Us Weekly reports. A recent example of this tactic came when Brad stayed with the twins in Los Angeles on May 1 while Angelina went to Cambodia to shoot a photo campaign and brought the other four.
Their plan? Allow the kids to have alone time with their parents.
“Brad and Angie actually think it’s healthy to have time apart to each bond with the kids separately,” an insider tells the magazine. “Things are really well with them.”
Perhaps this intimate time together allows Angelina the opportunity to discuss heritage with her adopted children, a topic which is never off-limits, Life & Style reports.
“We talk about those issues at my house all the time, very openly,” Angelina says. “We’ve had those discussions so often; they’re such happy, wonderful discussions.”
What a great idea — it’s great they’re so willing to improvise with their huge brood!
— William Earl
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