Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie might travel the world with their six children, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne, but they aren't letting their supserstar status influence how they raise their family.
"When the kids misbehave, they send them to their room and make them think about what they've done," says a family insider. "Then Brad or Angelina will come talk to the kids and make sure they understand what they did wrong. It's all about teaching them responsibility and to think for themselves."
Part of becoming indepent thinker includes exploring other countries – something that the Jolie-Pitt children have come to enjoy. "If you tell the kids we're getting on a plane tomorrow, they're all all excited to pack their bags, and if you say we're not coming back for months, they won't bat an eye," Angie recently told W magazine. "I think they see the world as a home."
And as with any family, spending quality time together keeps them strong.
"We have such a big family, such a close family, that we like being with each other a lot," says Angelina, who enjoyed a recent playground date in New Orleans with Pax and Maddox. "We're just happy to to spend a lot of time alone and meet new people wherever we go."