Perhaps finding the process of biological birth too frightening and physically taxing, Angelina Jolie has announced that the next addition to her multicultural brood will once again come via adoption. But while her earlier selections of Cambodian and Ethiopian refugees were clearly impulse buys made during her many missions of peace as a goodwill ambassador for the U.N., she and Brad Pitt will put greater care into their next choice:
"We don't know which which country. But we're looking at different countries," the actress tells [Anderson] Cooper. "And we're I'm just it's gonna be the balance of what would be best for Mad and for Z right now. It's, you know, another boy, another girl, which country, which race would fit best with the kids."
With Southeast Asian, African, and Anglo-European children already receiving adequate representation within the family, the infant coordination process becomes an incredibly difficult one. A single miscalculation in the proper balance of gender, nationality, and race could result in ugly intrafamilial civil war that even United Jolie-Pitt Nations Secretary General Maddox is unable to prevent with a lengthy imposition of sandbox sanctions.