“I have a handful of close friends and I have my family and I haven’t known life to be any happier. I’m making things. I just haven’t known life to be any happier.” Of course, having a big brood makes it hard to become lonely. “I always thought that if I wanted to do a family, I wanted to do it big,” shares Pitt. “I wanted there to be chaos in the house … there’s constant chatter in our house, whether it’s giggling or screaming or crying or banging. I love it. I love it. I love it.”
Something about repeating “I love it,” three times makes me think he must really love it.
I will add this, that for my friends who have large families, I don’t find visiting their homes to be any more chaotic than families with two or three. Just saying. Yes, the little kids are noisy, but the big ones aren’t, and it all evens out. I spent time with just two small people over the weekend and they weren’t particularly quiet. In a couple of years, the excitement: Jumping up and down, yelling, etc. will likely stop, and for that I will be very sad. There really is nothing quite like the excitement of the three-to-six-year-old set.
Also, the husbands of my friends with large families look Just. Like. This. All the time.