Dearest Abel Arnett and Shiloh Jolie Pitt,
It breaks my heart, but after three and seven years, respectively, of considering you my favorite children born to famous parents, I have decided that I will no longer be posting paparazzi photos of you or any other child who is famous by extension child on The Frisky. After much thought, it has become clear to me that it is no longer okay for me to declare how much your adorable faces make my ovaries ache on a public platform, illustrated with photos taken by often aggressive paparazzi photographers. While your famous parents have signed up for this aspect of fame — or at least knew it was part of the fame they pursued in their career — you did not and you have the right to experience as much privacy as possible during these formative years. If I can do my part to aid in that, by biting down on a rag and shaking my fists at the heavens rather than posting a photo of you, Abel, in a pumpkin patch, or you, Shiloh, yielding a sword in the direction of one of your many brothers and sisters, then so be it.
But at least allow me to say goodbye. Keep reading »