Children can’t choose their parents and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's (pictures) baby that is going to be born soon is not an exception. Even today when the baby is unborn many people say that Brad Pitt won’t make a good father.
Britney isn't the only one in the spotlight catching flack for her questionable parenting skills. Brad Pitt is under fire today as well.
While on a recent bike ride in Namibia with his son Maddox, Brad was photographed with his 16-month-old daughter Zahara – who was without a helmet -- was strapped to his back in a blue papoose.
"[Zahara] needs a helmet and closed-toe shoes," Debra Smiley Holtzman tells Us Weekly, which runs the photos in its new issue. "And I highly recommend toddlers ride in a child trailer pulled by a bike. It's more stable and secure."
The New York Daily News also got Baby Talk senior editor Christina Vercelletto to scold the superstar.
Makers of the baby-pack "specifically say, 'Do not use while riding a bike,'" Vercelletto said. "[It] will affect your balance. The safest place for her would be in a toddler bike seat."
Unlike Britney, who was spotted crying after nearly dropping Sean Preston on his head last week, Brad could give a crap about his parenting skills being questioned. He's too busy getting ready for the birth of his third child – first biological – which he said yesterday is "imminent”, according to ivillage.com
“Star parents”, Brad and Jolie can also be perfectly describe by the fact that they don’t even want to bother themselves with giving their baby a name.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have asked an African chief to name their unborn baby. The A-list couple - who are staying in Namibia while they await the birth of their first biological child together - asked Namibian Governor Samuel Nuuyoma to pick a name for their child. They approached the VIP at a dinner event shortly after they arrived in his district, Erongo, several weeks ago, lse.co.uk reports.
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