Brad Pitt Wants Angelina Jolie To Settle Down With Their Six Children: Report

Brad Pitt Wants Angelina Jolie To Settle Down With Their Six Children: Report

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are moving forward with their divorce, and more and more sources are coming out to say that the actor is taking his role as a father very seriously.

It is being claimed that he is pleading with his estranged wife to make sure that their six children do have normal lives.

An insider has revealed that Brad Pitt, 53, has been asking with 41-year-old Jolie to let Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne be children.

Pitt is apparently not a huge fan of the constant traveling and wants Jolie to at least settle down with her children for half of the year.

The father is hoping that the clan will make lasting friendships, become part of a baseball or soccer team and create wonderful childhood memories with their classmates.

The source shared with a reputable publication: “One thing that he and Angie differ on is the day-to-day lives of the kids. Brad desperately wants to give then as much of a sense of normalcy as possible. He knows it’s tough, but he doesn’t want them growing up in a fishbowl.”

The spy added: “He wants them to make friends, have play dates, play little league, etc. He sets up play dates at his place and has created a little park atmosphere at his Los Feliz home where they can play — everything that other kids enjoy.”

The insider concluded with: “He really wants them to be grounded and have self-confidence.Not because they are children of rich and famous actors but because of who they are as people.”

If these reports are confirmed, Mr. Pitt should get the father of the year award or at least six thank you cards from his children.

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  • Elle
    Elle Apr 9, 2017 7:29 PM PDT

    Good job brad so proud of you wish all the best for you & kids!

  • Reader Mathis
    Reader Mathis Apr 8, 2017 11:35 PM PDT

    Local rumors say, Brad provided the Children's understanding of their behavior towards each other. It's vital for proper adult understanding as the kids will undoubtedly grow up. Maybe, Angelina will allow the nanny to turn on old Mr. Rogers TV shows to replace Brad.

  • Christina
    Christina Apr 8, 2017 11:17 PM PDT

    Childhood friends are always nice to add to the experience of being a kid. Games, fun, friendly competition, team building activities and the experience of adventure of doing something different. Just because one wants normalcy doesn't mean it has to be a boring routine. Spice it up some. She's freaking creative enough to keep the whole team balanced while having a unique day to experience. Hasn't she been doing this their whole life? Not much different. I hope it happens for all to experience. 6 months isn't that long. Hell it's been 6 months since she filed already. Goes by quickly. No biggie. I hope she does go for it. Let her turn into a soccer mom, bet she would secretly like that anyway.

  • Fairy Gardens
    Fairy Gardens Apr 7, 2017 4:26 PM PDT

    These kids are homeschooled and children of the world. They are probably better adjusted than most kids their age, and they certainly have been given a wonderful education. They are able to relate to people of all ages instead of being placed in an artificial environment with same-age kids. No doubt they also have friends but their lives will never be "normal" according to the definition laid out by Brad, and there's nothing wrong with that.

    DANIEL COMAN Apr 7, 2017 1:04 PM PDT

    Media will try to take you apart but you are stronger than you could imagine. You both are an example worldwide

  • carol
    carol Apr 7, 2017 9:09 AM PDT

    So that means he will stay home and not go traveling off to do a movie in Europe like he did for most of last year. Or is it that he expects Angelina to give up her work for 6 months of the year and stay in LA with the kids like she did last year while he was traveling for work and play. Give me a break. He is no different than any other man only better looking than most.

  • Terry Herbert
    Terry Herbert Apr 7, 2017 6:52 AM PDT

    When these people get a life. Maybe some sort of normality, will get into there lives, and they get the sort of respect, they possibly deserve

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