Angelina Jolie's sleep ban
Angelina Jolie's children are banned from waking her up in the morning
Reportedly, Angelina Jolie's children are banned from waking her up in the morning.
Brad Pitt gets up early every morning with their four kids - adopted children Maddox, six, Pax, four, Zahara, two, and 20-month-old biological daughter Shiloh - and gives them breakfast while Angelina has a lie-in.
An insider told Life and Style Weekly magazine: "Sometimes the kids will go in and wake her, but they're not supposed to. Sometimes she'll get up earlier to take the kids to school, but Brad's usually the one who gets them out the door."
Brad, 44, has been hailed as a "super-dad" doing all the hands on work while Angelina, 32, has been busy filming new movies 'Wanted' and 'The Changeling' on location.
The source added: "Brad gets up really early with the children. He changes diapers and gets Zahara and Shiloh fed and dressed for the day. He takes this responsibility very seriously.
"While Angie was busy filming Brad was superdad. He got into the routine of getting up with all the kids, getting the Corn Flakes for breakfast and getting them prepped for school. When Brad dresses the kids, he lets them pick whatever they want to wear, even if it's weird or mismatched."
Brad has regularly spoken of his happiness at becoming a father and spending time with his children.
The 'Ocean's Thirteen' star said last year: "We all sing and dance to 'Wheels on the Bus' together. We hope they're not soaking up our moves because they'd be seriously lacking in their future. We'll get them some proper training. But yeah, there's a lot of dancing around the house, a lot of music time."
Hot damn! I'd go ahead & have a bunch of kids, too, if I could just BAN them from bugging me when I want to sleep in/read a book/go shopping/make a movie/paint my nails/get a tattoo... (I don't actually buy this story, btw, but Brad certainly makes being a SuperDad look good. And I've never quite gotten over Angie's quote about Shiloh: "I think I feel so much more for Madd and Zee because they’re survivors, they came through so much. Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born. I have less inclination to feel for her...")