“Beaming with Joy: Angelina Jolie’s Radiant Wait for Her Children’s Karate Class to End”

ANGELINA JOLIE Watches Her Kids Karate Class in Los Angeles 11/19/2018

Take a look at Angelina Jolie who was spotted yesterday spending time at her children’s karate lesson. She calmly sat with other parents, waiting for the session to end. If you were in the same situation and your child was enrolled in karate with one of Angelina’s kids, would you approach and sit with her? What conversation opener would you use? Frankly, I’m clueless. I’ve never been in this kind of situation before. Perhaps, you could start by complimenting the other person’s child such as, “Wow, your son/daughter has an impressive round kick!”

As we observe, Angelina spent her time engrossed in a magazine – a classic parenting activity. However, with smartphones being a ubiquitous device nowadays, most parents would likely be found texting, browsing the internet or scrolling through social media. It’s unfortunate that we couldn’t catch a glimpse of the cover to identify the type of magazine she was reading. It could have been something she picked up at the last minute or perhaps she had planned ahead and brought it along. Personally, I always carry a book with me since it’s an excellent way to avoid unnecessary conversations. I remember taking a book with me to my son’s hockey games, and eventually, he learned not to ask me if I saw him score a goal or make an assist. But I wonder if it’s the same for children? Would you be considered an irresponsible parent if you missed one of your child’s significant milestones? And do other parents judge you if you’re not paying attention?

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