The Internet was all abuzz yesterday when photos surfaced of Tom and Katie's daughter Suri Cruise sucking on a pacifier. She will be 5 next month.

This is the same little girl who wears lipstick and high heels, and regularly makes trips to Starbucks for her morning cup of joe. This type of odd behavior in a minor child would startle the average American parent. But Suri's famous parents aren't worried in the least, because a. they are narcissists, and b. they are Scientologists.

Scientology preaches tolerance and acceptance of a child's individuality. Children are encouraged to learn life lessons - and consequences - on their own, and they are taught that their parents are just the vehicles that transported them here.

In other words, children of Scientologists are considered to be small adults, not kids. They are allowed to make their own way through life with very little input from the adults around them.

Everything you thought you knew about child rearing is wrong, according to Scientology.

"Scientology encourages you to make your own decision and learn lessons as you live your life," a source close to the Cruise camp tells Popeater.com. "She'll know herself when it's time to throw the pacifier away, plain and simple."

According to Popeater, Suri just isn't told 'no' very often. Therefore, she can suck that pacifier as long as she wants to.

I should pause here to mention that Will Smith and his wife, jada Pinkett-Smith, are also devout Scientologists, which explains everything.

  • bnatural

    Hmmm...I can only image what her teeth will look like at age 10....

    I can't wait to read the comments on this post. :popcorn:

  • http://www.ashland86.com TheRealAshland

    If they want to buy Suri braces when she's 8/10 then so be it. I have worked at a daycare so this does not surprise me at all. Some kids become attached to these things. Best thing to do is not to introduce them to begin with. I could really care less not my child. Why do you care? How many children have you raised? Easy to criticize something you know nothing about Sandy.

  • Phrozen1der

    :coffee: Children are hands off so.......

  • laci

    Everything you thought you knew about child rearing is wrong, according to Scientology.

    __________________________________________

    The Devil is a lie.... also scientologist believe aliens came to earth and placed people in different areas.... The truf is not in him.

  • Alex

    I should pause here to mention that Will Smith and his wife, jada Pinkett-Smith, are also devout Scientologists, which explains everything.
    _______________
    What does it explain Sandra? :waiting:

  • Alex

    Honestly, I would rather see this than a 4 or 5 yr old still being breast fed. :no: You can't tell me something is not wrong with the parent in that case. Put you boob away right now!!!!!!! :mad:

  • http://sandrarose.com Sandra Rose

    It disturbs me that no one takes the time to read my posts any more. I am not attacking Suri, I am highlighting the religion that encourages Suri's developmental delay. :coffee:

  • laci

    I didnt know will and jada were scientologist?!?!?

  • Phrozen1der

    I'm not so sure it encourages developmental delay rather than it encouraging children to be who they are. If Suri wants to suck on a pacifier then so be it... :shrugs:

  • Phrozen1der

    @Laci Cause it isn't our business truth be told... :coffee:

  • MissHarlem

    This is not a surprise at all. I could say more but let me be nice this morning and refrain :coffee:

  • laci

    @ alex

    i think being breast fed and sucking a binky is disturbing at age 4 or 5. SHIDD at age 2 its not cool in my eyes. I feel if children have a full set of teeth its time to move on to bigger and better thnigs (THIS STATEMENT IS COMING FROM A MOTHER).

  • ALBoy

    Well she is dressed appropriately for a little girl. :coffee:

  • laci

    @ Phrozen1der

    I was saying I didnt know they were affiliated with any religious group.

  • Eb

    dialing child protective services........

  • StillASassyOne

    Damn it if she is not a walking reincarnate of Katie!! That's Katie's twin that stopped by the Delorean one day and transported back into time!

    As for the pacifier thing and the Scientology thing...ehhh....:shrug:...not my kid. I could care less if her teeth get fukked or if she goes through life without being warned of the consequences of her actions.

  • metnwt

    My aunt breastfed her son until he was 9. We told her to stop because that's beginning to seem like sex!

  • DoNotDeleteMe

    I actually agree with their perspective of allowing children to organically grow into their own personalities. I also believe in steering a child in the right direction and also stopping certain behaviors (or not starting them at all) before they become habit. I was never a fan of pacifiers anyway. Also, I think that Black parents especially are too hard on their children and stunts their normal growth and development in an effort to control them. As a Black parent, I am so against corporal punishment. I spanked my daughter a few times when she was a child and felt just awful. I quickly decided that this was inappropriate and now my daughter is in college studying to become a neurosurgeon. Leave Suri alone (in my Cris Crocker voice).

  • Fated4Greatness

    It lools a little crazy that she looks like a grown toddler but the idea of making decisions for herself could work or back fire. If she hangs around kids her age who dont suck pacifiers she may give it up to Be more like the other kids. That is a less dramatic way instead of just snatching it from her and she ends up with all types of tantrums. But then again she may not give to shits what the other kids are doing and sucking on a pacifier for life...either way its really not that serious.

  • candibfly

    :blink:

  • AllNYC

    The Cruises have the money for braces so Suri will be like most adoloscents with braces.
    It is clear the Cruises don't care what John Q. Public has to say about their child rearing. People have commented on her silent birth, binkies, security blanket, heels, etc. and they keep doing as they please.
    They will have to reap what they sow...and we in the blogosphere will be there to watch all the crazy fallout.

  • laci

    @ metnwt

    I dont know whether to laugh or shake my head.

  • Alex

    metnwt says:

    My aunt breastfed her son until he was 9. We told her to stop because that’s beginning to seem like sex!
    _______________
    :blink: 9?!? :wtf: Did she hold him? Did she lay down and let him lay on top? Did he get on his knees as she sat? <------All of these options are disturbing!! :no:

  • ALBoy

    @ SASO she does look exactly like her Mom same weight and everything :coffee:

  • Phrozen1der

    @Laci I know which is why NONE of us know, and me saying it's not any of our business... ;)

  • Eb

    metnwt says:

    My aunt breastfed her son until he was 9. We told her to stop because that’s beginning to seem like sex!
    ________________________________________________________

    Did he walk up to her and un-hook her bra strap everytime he was hungry :blink:

  • http://pearlswindow.com Carrington

    Who gives a good gat dam? What works in my house, may not have worked in yours and vice versa. I was the kid who didn't require potty training. I think I was waking my mama and daddy up at 2 am holding myself.

    I slept with my mama and daddy til I was 11 or 12. That's abnormal to most people, but I WANTED to sleep there and even though my mother tried to kick me out of the bed, I would pretend to want to watch the news and then be "sleeping" when it ended and my mom would be saying, "get your a$$ up" and my dad would be like, "leave that boy alone". (Now, when he wanted a hit, I'd wake up to him carrying me to my bed in the middle of the night).

    That's VERY abnormal to most of my friends, but then, so was having my mom and dad sleep in the same house every night.

    Let them eat cake. I'm a grown a$$ man now and I BELIEVE I'm normal.

  • Phrozen1der

    @Alex :dead:

  • Phrozen1der

    @Carrington :lol: I feel you bruh!

  • !*LaKErCHiC@*!

    that pacifier gon fuk up all them teeth!! :no:

  • Phrozen1der

    @EB :kona: ------->

  • StillASassyOne

    @Al

    LMAO! You better stop talking about Katie & Tom and clan before Tom comes over there and starts jumping on your couch while threatening to kick your azz!

  • KK76

    :lol: @Eb

  • leapyearpisces

    :lol: @ Alex, Eb, and Al...y'all crazy....

    But inquiring minds, want to know...really, how does one breastfeed a nine year old? I mean really what nine year old STILL wants ta-ta milk...my twins don't even like for me to see them nude anymore (they will be nine next month) much less me whipping out a ta-ta...and besides who breast still emits milk after nine years????

  • flsun99

    Sandra--i'm a mother of three (19, 17, 7). As I become older I understand that parents want to force kids to do things(or rid of habits) when the parent feels they are ready but reality is...the kids are going to do them when they are GOOD AND READY. One day Suri is going to decide that she is tired of sucking a pacifier. As someone said I would rather see her at 4 sucking a pacifer than her mommy's breast. #justmyopinion

  • RoderickXYZ

    Sandra, why are you obsessing over other folks' children?

    First you were preoccupied at how Sandra Bullock wasn't properly dressing her infant son and now you want to point out that Suri still sucks a pacificer.

    Is your uterus screaming out wanting to be filled?

  • Alex

    @Carrington
    I grew up in that extended family household. We all slept with our parents until we were at 11-12 and sometimes longer. Hell, that's all we knew. We didn't have room for everyone to have their own bed. At one point growing up it was 15 of us in the house. One bathroom, 4 bedrooms. There is difference between a child that sleeps with their parents and can break away and the child who is so attached with the parent that they always want to be under them. And some parents handicap their kids so much that they have no choice but to depend on them....and sometime throughout adulthood. I say let Suri be free to be her own self within reason. Now if she has no respect for authorities, then there's a problem.

  • ALBoy

    @ Saso Tom dont want it with me Im still salty he broke up with my Baby Nicole Kidman <---- I used to be her jumpoff in my head :coffee:

  • bnatural

    Alex says:

    metnwt says:

    My aunt breastfed her son until he was 9. We told her to stop because that’s beginning to seem like sex!
    _______________
    :blink: 9?!? :wtf: Did she hold him? Did she lay down and let him lay on top? Did he get on his knees as she sat? <——All of these options are disturbing!! :no:

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    :rofl:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Carrington,

    I feel you too, hon! I slept in my mama's bed until she got a NEW bed on my 12th bday and gave me hers and magically, that day- I just didn't want to sleep in her bed anymore.

    :rofl:

    #TeamSleptWithParentsTillAlmost3ButStillNormal

  • leapyearpisces

    LOL@ Carrnington,

    I would sleep on OCCASION with my parents until I was about 14 / 15... only when I would watch horror movies though...

  • AWESOME ARSENAL

    @Al
    Tom got that dough where he can bring a stunt double and a wire team to your porch.............. :coffee:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Leapyear

    We're normal. It's okay! When I go over my moms house now, I still get up in HER bed and go to sleep with her rather than being in one of the guest rooms. LOL!

  • Alex

    @LeapYear
    I didn't even like milk when I was a baby. My mama said before I was 1 I would start throwing the bottle when she gave it to me. I still don't drink milk. But maybe if I had been breastfed, I would have liked it more. :think:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Awesome

    :rofl:

    You ain't lying though! Tom is going to descend from Al's bedroom ceiling in the middle of the night and kick his azz- 007 style!

  • StillASassyOne

    @Alex

    I concur- never been a milk lover either. :no:

    Oh- but I can fukk up some orange juice though!

  • ALBoy

    @ Awesome and SASO he drop through the roof of my House the one I pay mortgage at and its gone be a hostage negotiation :coffee:

  • jazi65

    I took my 3yr old to the store to pick out her new sippy cup & ask for the binky. I told her big girls don't use those anymore. As we past the toy section she pointed toward a dsi with an elmo game included. I'm a big girl mom...needsless to say I whipped out the charge card :lol:

    #dontjudgememyhomeispeaceful :lol

  • Danielle

    I don't find sleeping with your parents weird at all. Now being breastfed until 9 is WEIRD!!

  • AWESOME ARSENAL

    @Al
    I'm just sayin bruh. You gonna try get up a swing and they gone yell "Cut", then you'll be facing Bolo Yeung in Tom's outfit....... :coffee:

  • ALBoy

    I Hate Orange Juice! :no:

  • iscream

    Isn't it wrong to take bottle and pasi's away from kids before they're ready to let it go because it leads to Oral fixation. I learned that in Psychology 101.... So Scientology (sp) did not come up with that.... Fraud did.

  • KDub

    My mom teases my aunt to this DAY that my aunt used to come home from kindergarden everyday, ask for her bottle, and go take a nap. She was 5...my momma was the babysitter and was 15 and was in charge of said bottle. And the nap too. And that was 45 years ago!

    Point is there is nothing wrong with it. DJM.

    :coffee:

  • Alex

    @SASO
    That Simply Orange with Mango is the bomb.com!!! :yes:

  • flsun99

    iscream says:

    Isn’t it wrong to take bottle and pasi’s away from kids before they’re ready to let it go because it leads to Oral fixation. I learned that in Psychology 101…. So Scientology (sp) did not come up with that…. Fraud did.
    *********
    :cosign:

  • Danielle

    StillASassyOne says:

    We’re normal. It’s okay! When I go over my moms house now, I still get up in HER bed and go to sleep with her rather than being in one of the guest rooms. LOL!
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Same here :lol: When visiting I will jump in the bed with my mama in a minute. I love that lady!

  • http://pearlswindow.com Carrington

    LMAO @ StillSassy! (Magic is something else, ain't it?) LMAO!
    ____________________
    Alex says:

    @Carrington
    I grew up in that extended family household. We all slept with our parents until we were at 11-12 and sometimes longer. Hell, that’s all we knew. We didn’t have room for everyone to have their own bed. At one point growing up it was 15 of us in the house. One bathroom, 4 bedrooms. There is difference between a child that sleeps with their parents and can break away and the child who is so attached with the parent that they always want to be under them. And some parents handicap their kids so much that they have no choice but to depend on them….and sometime throughout adulthood. I say let Suri be free to be her own self within reason. Now if she has no respect for authorities, then there’s a problem.
    _____________________________
    I was one of those kids, I never wanted to be around kids. I just loved grown folk. Where my mama and daddy went, I wanted to be. My parents would have company and give me money to go outside and "play with some kids", and I would take the money and put it up and still sit there and listen. LMAO!

    When I was 17, my best friend had a child who was also 17.

    I was clingy, but not because I didn't want to be away from my mama, but because I didn't care for children. As an adult, I'm super independent. My mom and dad call every year, "what do you want for your birthday/Christmas, etc.?"... Nothin'. I'm the ONLY one who never asks for a damn thing.

    I have an aunt and I'm her favorite, she still sends me like $50 every year and I'm like, "PLEASE stop!!" LOL

    Another aunt just came into a few hundred thousand dollars and she hooked everybody up, but of course (I'm her favorite too), she wanted to give me three times what my cousins got (equal to what she gave her own kids), I told her, "no! you've been broke your entire life, don't give away your money! keep it!"... she got a second check in january and called again to offer me money, "no thanks... keep it for when I need something, right now I'm not broke, but when I get broke, it'll be good to know I got a "reserve" at your house." and that's the only way I got her to leave me alone about it.

    I say all that to say, I was clingy and needy and now I'm the COMPLETE opposite. Don't need nobody around, don't care if you call. Ain't had sex since 2009 (excluding my self love sessions) and I'm totally loving it!)

  • candibfly

    sooo i kept seeing "djm" and was wondering what the heck it meant. it just dawned on me that it means "don't judge me" (so slow :ashamed: )

    anywho, i don't care about other people's kids and i don't have any :shrugs:

  • candibfly

    Alex says:

    @SASO
    That Simply Orange with Mango is the bomb.com!!!
    --------------------

    *hands alex my $1 0ff coupon* #helpful

  • sexyphillygirl

    You can tell she is not in school because them little mean azz 5 yr olds would tease her to death lol.

  • http://pearlswindow.com Carrington

    Oh, I will admit that my mother had this silk robe and I stole the belt and slept with it throughout my teen years. I loved rubbing that silk part until I fell asleep. LMAO!

    I took that thing with me when I left home and lost it. I was on my way to Bahrain and they gave me a little thin throw on the plane because I was cold and it had that "silk" stuff at the end that reminded me of my mom's belt.

    Trust and believe that it's 19 years later, and I woke up with that thing in my bed this morning. I wakes up in the middle of the night and be juuuusta pattin' around my mattress, feeling for it.

    And, what? LMAO!

  • Alex

    @Carrington
    And I'm an only child but never go to really experience that bc it was always so many ppl around. But now, I enjoy my own space. Ppl come visit and I be counting down til they are back out the door. Get out my space!!!

  • Anna

    Suri is too big for a pacifier. At 5 bad kids tell you to go eff yourself, I'll be damned if Little Ray Ray is going to tell me to eff myself w/a pacifier in his mouth. :rofl:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Alex
    Ohhh- I need to try that!

    @Awesome & Al
    :rofl: at the stunt double reference!

    @Danielle
    #MomsBedsAreAlwaysBetter

    @Carrington
    It really WAS like magic! I had always had my own bed in my own room, but the day she gave me THAT particular bed...I was okay sleeping by myself. I still can't explain it to this day.... :think:

  • leapyearpisces

    @ SASO,

    LOL yeah, we're normal, because when my mother comes to stay at my house we still sleep together in my bed....not as much though, since she has kicked me to the curb for my daughter, so then I just go in get in the bed with my son....LOL.....

    Alex, WE HATE MILK (except for my son, and he is not that crazy about it)... except for cheese, I do not even like milk derived products, keep your smoothies, ice creams, milkshakes :hurl:

    But I still want to know, how does one breastfed a 9 year old..now the oldest i saw with my own eyes was a woman breastfed a 6 year old... i was like damn, all y'all need is some barry white and some candles... SMH! That shyt looked very UNATURAL :nono:

  • http://pearlswindow.com Carrington

    Maybe her mattress was more comfortable, Sassy. LOL

  • StillASassyOne

    @Alex & Carrington

    I was like that too- super clingy to my mom & grandmom when I was younger, but by 16- I needed my own BLOCK! Okay?! Even now- I can't stand having visitors and people in my house in my "space" for more than an hour before I'm like: "sooo...where do you have to go next?"

    :shrug:

  • Danielle

    @ leapyearpisces

    Thats funny! I can't drink a glass of milk at all but I will fux up a Smoothie and a Milkshake lol.

  • StillASassyOne

    @Carrington

    You want to know whats SOOOOO sad? My mom had that mattress for about 6 years before she gave it to me at 12, and I REFUSED to get another mattress (that thing has moved with me everytime I moved) until this past November when she said: "lawd girl, get rid of that mattress- it's got springs coming out the boxspring. I'ma just buy you a new one this weekend." So she bought me a NICE azz mattress set a few months back...and you know where that mattress and boxspring set she gave me at 12 is?

    Up against the wall in my dining room partition. I just CAN'T bring myself to take it to the dumpster!!! :wail:

    Slept on that thing for 18 years! We got HISTORY!!! *evil laugh*

  • ALBoy

    I like milk but milk hates me :no: I love Ice cream too :yes:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Danielle

    Same here! I HATE milk with a passion but say "smoothie" or "milkshake" and I can chug down multiple servings easily. :rofl:

  • http://pearlswindow.com Carrington

    *shame for Sassy* LMAO!

  • StillASassyOne

    @Al
    Aww! Are you lactose intolerant too?!

    *hands Al the missing part to my bracelet that says "I love dairy, but dairy doesn't love me. :no:"

  • Phrozen1der

    @Iscream that is correct just like potty training them before they're ready can cause them to become "Anal retentive" adults....So ummmm yeah Scientology didn't them #FreudTaughtThem :coffee:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Carrington

    I know! :ashamed: I'ma find a way to part with it before I move in August, I promise! I will NOT take that mattress with me to my new place...... ALTHOUGH....we WILL need a bedset for the guest room.

    Just saying though.... *holds head down in shame*

  • leapyearpisces

    Danielle,

    I can "tolerate" a smoothie, if its drowned in fruit... but I will never understand how people can drink milk like they are drinking water...I hate the smell of it...ugh! milk and eggs those are two things you can keep...even though i will make exceptions to eggs depending on how its prepared...

    BUT I had the unfortunate accident of opening an egg for breakfast one morning when i was 16, and when i opened it, the baby chick was in there... all wet feathered, eyes closed... :hur: so I've been cool on eggs since then....

  • leapyearpisces

    :hurl:

  • ALBoy

    @ SASO yea but I dont let it hold me back :no:

  • StillASassyOne

    @Leap

    WHAT?! How did you open an egg that had a real chick in it?!

    How did the chick hatch in the fridge?!

    Was it alive?

    What did you do with it then?

    Was it cute?!

    So many questions!!!!!!!!!!

  • StillASassyOne

    @Al

    *hi-five*

    Me neither!

    #TeamDrownSomeDairyThenDrownAToiletLater :yes:

  • Phrozen1der

    @Saso ME TOO! And my cousin does'nt get it. I'm cool with visitors but long term guests :nono: ....I don't know how I'll EVER marry I get antzy chillen with the boo like "I gotta go,gotta go,gotta go right now"....

  • free

    StillASassyOne says: @Carrington

    You want to know whats SOOOOO sad? My mom had that mattress for about 6 years before she gave it to me at 12, and I REFUSED to get another mattress (that thing has moved with me everytime I moved) until this past November when she said: “lawd girl, get rid of that mattress- it’s got springs coming out the boxspring. I’ma just buy you a new one this weekend.” So she bought me a NICE azz mattress set a few months back…and you know where that mattress and boxspring set she gave me at 12 is?

    Up against the wall in my dining room partition. I just CAN’T bring myself to take it to the dumpster!!!

    Slept on that thing for 18 years! We got HISTORY!!! *evil laugh*

    *************************************************

    i have my alarm clock from junior high and my slippers from senior high. the alarm clock still works except some of the lines in the numbers are missing and the slippers, well, i still wear them but they are busted.

  • Alex

    Checks back in to see if my questions have been answered about breastfeeding a 9 yr old. *scrolls up* Nope! But I'll be back cause that right there....I have to know!!

  • !*LaKErCHiC@*!

    I SLEPT WIHT MY MOMMA UNTIL I WAS LIKE 5 AND IM ALL GOOD :grin:
    WHAT WE TALKN BOUT PEEPS?? :popcorn:

  • Danielle

    @ leapyearpisces

    Oh thats gross! :hurl: Isn't it funny how it takes 1 bad experience to ruin something for life? :lol:

  • !*LaKErCHiC@*!

    @LEAP IT WAS DEAD RIGHT??? I HAD ONE OF THOSE BUT IT WAS IN MEXICO U KNOW HOW THEY RAISE THEY OWN CHICKENS AND CHIT WELL GRAMMA WAS GON COOK SOME EGGS SO SHE SND ME AND CUZO TO GET THEM WHILE CHICKENS WAS EATING BISH TOOK ALL THEM EGGS DID NOT CHECK NOT ONE HAND THEM TO GRAMA AND DROP ONE LETS SAY IT WAS DEAD AND WET SLIMY LOOKN :hurl:

  • leapyearpisces

    Saso,

    Okay, I had to get out of that Waka Flacka Hips post..LOL...yes, it was like what lakerchic said...it was just a wet dead slimy look chick it was gross! I don't know when it hatched...but when I opened it..it was just in there..I screamed the loudest I ever screamed in my life...

  • West Coast Chick

    I dont think that a 5 yr old sucking a pacifire is the end result of bad parenting... however, I do beleive that when your 17 year old has pictures circling the net of her snorting coke is the end result of bad parenting, especially when the parents are dope fiends themselves!

    Suri will eventually loose the pacifire.. but what's gonna happen to the 17 yr old drug addict in the making?

  • West Coast Chick

    I wonder why people WITHOUT kids are the most critical??? Try it for yourself, then you'll know what to speak on and what not to speak on- FACT- Raising kids isn't the easiest job.. I think Suri is beautiful

    people wanna tell you how to raise your child when they either don't have any, or have dysfunctional children themselves... #Chile please!

  • aaron

    I thought Suri wore heals and makeup, and drank coffee because she was cloned and not born. I thought Sciencetologies had learned the art of cloning, and Suri is the first experiment. Also, I thought she was sucking the pacifier to help curtail her smoking. Having her smoke in public, would be bad PR. LOL!!!!

  • Phrozen1der

    @WCC Who is that in the gravi??

  • Phrozen1der

    @Aaron :dead:

  • Ty

    I am not a fan of any child with a pacifier. Too many damn germs out here (even if its supposedly covered when not in use) and the sorry mothers that won't go wash the damn thing off when it hits the ground. Instead they rinse it off in their mouths and give it back to the child.

    I will not say anything bad about the child but raising a child with no consequences or boundaries is not good for any child. They are basically raising her to do whatever she wants whenever she wants. That why Lindsay Lohan gets locked up every other day, they think they are exempt.

  • West Coast Chick

    Phrozen1der says:

    @WCC Who is that in the gravi??

    _________________________________

    Thats my lil man on his hog.. stuntin like his daddy :yes:

  • pinksghetti

    Suri may be going back to her little kid phase by having a pacifier & teddy bear after wearing heels. I asked to drank out of a bottle until I was 5 so I can't judge, LOL.

  • ohpretty1

    "raising a child with no consequences or boundaries is not good for any child. They are basically raising her to do whatever she wants whenever she wants. That why Lindsay Lohan gets locked up every other day, they think they are exempt."

    -----------------------------------------------------------

    In general (nothing to do w/ Sandra or Suri) I so agree with that statement.

  • ohpretty1

    When people make the "folks without kids" statements I wonder do they question if teachers, pediatricians, counselors, etc have children before handing over your kid to them. I understand what SOME people mean by that, but it's starting to become a cliche saying. I think that's what wrong in so many schools now, but that's another cup of tea. You have a new generation of parents who think no one can tell them about their child. No one automatically becomes a parenting EXPERT upon procreation.

  • foxxyish

    my daughter is 3 years old and still wants her bottle...and when she cries for one..I give it to her!! So what!!

  • foxxyish

    my daughter is 3 years old and still wants her bottle...and when she cries for one..I give it to her!! So what!!