‘Maddox Raised Me, Pax Stays In The Kitchen’? We Knew Something Was Up With Angelina’s Rainbow Coalition

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, Babies, ChitChatter

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Some celebs really should think twice before talking about how they raise their kids… Especially when almost all their children are Third-world born.

Angelina Jolie is covering the December issue of Vogue and giving readers an inside look into her Benetton bunch. And it’s a little… strange. To not say disturbing.

The actress and mother of six tells Vogue about the cute stuff her children do, like the time Shiloh asked her if she could have a dead pet…

“Shiloh found a dead bird, so she came in and said, ‘Can I have a dead pet?’ ” Angie recalls. She told Shi, “Uh-uh, I don’t think it’s healthy, honey. I think they have to put him in a box,’ and I had to run out to find, like, a taxidermy bird. I just worked it out for her.”

When the Oscar winner isn’t dealing with dead animals or live ones (they have a bulldog named Jacques at their home in France), she attempts cooking but mainly leaves it up to 6-year-old Pax. “[He’s] a better cook than me. Pax likes to cook.”

She tries when she can, buoyed by the support of her kids, especially 9-year-old Maddox.

“He’s just this little man that’s very supportive of me—it’s like he’s raised me a bit. So I cooked them all breakfast before school this morning, and he has that kind of ‘Thanks, Mom! Good job!’ ”

Aw, kids are the, um, best parents ever?!

We know Angelina can’t help but come off a little weird whenever she opens her super mellow pouty mouth. But maybe it’s time to give normal a try.

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