I don’t know about you, but when my son comes home from school and says no one would play with him that day, I feel so bad for him. I know it’s an imagined slight, but still, his sadness is gut-wrenching to me.
Katie and Tom have limited the type of friends Suri is allowed to play with. She has very few friends and none other than her little Scientology friends, which is why we always see her with her mommy.
A source told Britain’s Star magazine: “She never hangs out with her dance friends before or after class. Her mom takes her and waits in the lobby during class. Then their entourage whisk her away again.”
“They prefer Suri not to hang out with other kids unless they’re Scientologists. And she doesn’t have many play dates with children and is happy just spending time talking to her dolls as though she is their adult nanny.”
Kids make friends pretty easily, but they like who they like, not who you want them to like.
Suri’s schedule is going to get busier, she has reportedly been signed up for piano and violin lessons. They make great friends. I have a friend that teaches piano (he’s actually a concert pianist from Argentina) and he says not to sign up the kids until they are 6. Just sayin. . .