Who sleeps where and with whom in Hollywood has long been a source of entertainment and outrage. Children of the stars aren't immune from the scrutiny either when it comes to co-sleeping.
It's a topic even more divisive than Team Edward vs. Team Jacob (if that's possible), and people feel passionately about it -- both for themselves and for anyone else who chooses to do so. So when someone in the public eye admits to it, it usually makes headlines.
Here are five famous families who have publicly admitted to co-sleeping with their children. I suspect there are many more who just don't want to hear the roar of opposition.
Kourtney Kardashian This famous sister is the most recent star to garner headlines for her choice to co-sleep with baby Mason. Better than sleeping alone with her creep of a husband, Scott Disick, I say.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt The beautiful couple has long been a proud proponent of the family bed. They even had a custom-made bed built for that purpose.
Pam Anderson may do a lot of dumb things, but when it comes to motherhood, she seems to have it down. The doting mother is a big fan of attachment parenting, which includes co-sleeping.
Nia Long The actress, whose credits include roles on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and in Big Momma's House, last year said she was still co-sleeping with her 9-year-old son.
Kevin Kline and Phoebe Cates in 2007 said they let their teenage children, Owen, 16, and Greta, 13, at the time, sleep with them. "There is a theory that a child has to teach itself to go to sleep, and if every time it cries you whisk them out of their bed -- the jury is still out on that. But our kids still sleep in our bed," Klein told OK! Magazine.
Do you co-sleep with your child/children? If so, how old is too old for them to stay in the family bed?
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