Thursday, March 15, 2007

New Jolie-Pitt Family Member

AJ + MAD = xoxoxo

I remember reading or seeing somewhere that Angelina Jolie intended to adopt another Asian child so that Maddox would have someone in the family to relate to & an African child for the same reason for Zahara, so it is no surprise that she has adopted a Vietnamese boy. What is a suprise, and a good one at that, is that the boy is three and a half years old. This is wonderful! Most parents adopt babies & the older children are often left to grow up in orphanages, so I find this to be a very thoughtful, compassionate move. Congrats to the Jolie-Pitt fam on their cute new addition!

UPDATE: Angelina spoke to a Vietnamese paper about adopting Pax, her family's newest member...

"I will stay at home to help Pax adjust to his new life," Jolie told the Ho Chi Minh City Law newspaper. "I have four children and caring for them is the most important thing for me at the moment. I'm very proud and happy to be their mother.""I will stay at home to help Pax adjust to his new life," Jolie told the Ho Chi Minh City Law newspaper. "I have four children and caring for them is the most important thing for me at the moment. I'm very proud and happy to be their mother."

"Everyone would agree that children need to have a family," the paper quoted her as saying. "I have the ability to help children fulfill that desire. Why should I say no?"

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is definitely one of the cutest families I have ever seen. Do think Angie would adopt me?

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Anonymous said...

She is a crackpot. "Caring for them is the most important thing for me at the moment". At the moment? Shouldn't that be the most important thing....period?! Not me, me, me, to attact headlines, but what about what's the most important for the kids? I feel sorry for all of them.