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Brad Pitt Wants To Send Kids To School

By Josh Loposer |

brad-pitt-022810-7-187x3001While a life of jet-setting with you superstar parents may sound highly desirable to many of us… word has it that Brad is starting to wonder if the Jolie-Pitt family’s travel-intensive lifestyle is having a negative impact on the children.

Naturally, Brad would like his brood to be able to socialize with other youngsters and make friends under semi-normal circumstances. Unfortunately, that’s one of the most difficult things to provide for your kids when your names are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

According to ShowbizSpy, Brad and Angie are very committed to building a strong sense of family, but they do have their disagreements about how to raise their six little ones. Namely, Brad would really like his kids to have the opportunity to go to school:

“They do their best to travel with the children and take them to kid-friendly places 
like amusement parks and petting zoos. But because they’re currently being home schooled, they rarely spend time with other kids.

“Brad wants to change this, but he’s not sure how because school poses security issues. They don’t have the opportunity to socialize like other children, but other kids don’t have the paparazzi hunting them down.”

Coming from someone who hated school and would have much rather been homeschooled, I can definitely still identify with Brad’s concerns. Being homeschooled is one thing. Getting homeschooled while flying all over the world with no constants except your family and the paparazzi — that’s not quite ideal.

It reminds me of what Johnny Depp said about how he wishes sometimes that he could just take his kids to Disney Land like normal people.

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Josh Loposer is a professional writer based in Austin, TX and has previously contributed to the Entertainment and Celebrity channels on Babble.

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