Will Smith 'planning rules for children'

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are reportedly planning a “boot camp regimen” to help their children’s behaviour.
The Hollywood couple are parents to Jaden, 14, and 12-year-old Willow, who have carved out careers in movies and music respectively.
Will and Jada have prided themselves on letting their kids express themselves through their fashion sense and hair styles, but are now said to be concerned things have gone too far.
“Will and Jada have done everything in their power to bring up strong, independent children, but now they feel that maybe they have given Willow and Jaden too much freedom,” a source told National Enquirer.
“So together, the couple devised a boot camp regimen to improve the kids’ behaviour.”
The pair are even said to have sought professional help on how to change their children’s lives. They apparently became concerned after Jaden reportedly used foul language on Twitter and Willow wrote a blog post entitled ‘being normal is ugly’.
“They’re looking at tougher, more structured schools, limiting their kids’ computer access and TV time and keeping close tabs on their friends and social activities,” the insider said.
“Will and Jada realise it’s hard being the children of superstars, but they’re confident they can change their kids’ behavioural problems and get them under control with a heaping of tough love.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2012

Sunday, 23. December 2012