Angelina Jolie, star of the new movie Salt, and I (star of nothing) finally have something in common: She doesn't want her kids to grow up.
The mom to toddlers Shiloh, 4, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 2, and big kids Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, tells People TV: "I'm glad I have a few more years. I'm not ready for them driving, dating. I'm not ready for any of it."
When it comes to thinking about them turning into tweens and teens, the Oscar-winning star says she "breaks out into a sweat." So until that time, Angelina and partner Brad Pitt have a plan.
And it doesn't involve weapons or violence.
"Our plan is to just have a really, really great relationship with our children, so when they hit that time that they don’t want to talk to us, we've instilled some good values already," she says, "because it will be too late as they're walking out the door."
On discipline: Angelina says she and Brad work as a team and they back each other up. "We remind the children that we are a united front and they can't go around one of us to get to the other -- not one of us is softer than the other."
On who hangs out with who in the Jolie-Pitt clan: They hang out in pairs. The boys Maddox and Pax hang out -- and fight like boys. The girls Shiloh and Zahara hang out. And the twins hang out and fight over blankets. "They're in these odd teams, but they're pretty great together," says Angelina. "They actually like each other -- they have a good time together."