What do you do when a prominent New York newspaper highlights the fact that your nomadic lifestyle is damaging your children? Why, announce that you're moving to "Europe". Using the Jolie-Pitts as an example of roving superstars, Manhattan-based psychotherapist/social worker Puja Hall told The New York Post last week; "Maddox is an adopted child, so he already has a sense of abandonment. Kids that constantly move are like army brats, in that very often they don't want to open up to people. They feel loss, and there is a problem with attachment… With the moves, the kids just don't invest in relationships, because they're going to lose them anyway. They think: 'Why bother? I'm not gonna stick around. We're gonna pick up and go, and the loss of friends is painful'." Despite this, Brad has chirpily announced; "While we are very nomadic, we would like to have a base in Europe. More attention is paid here to what is going on in the world and it is easier to get to Africa and Asia from here (so, more uprooting). We want our children to have a broad vision of the world. Spain, Italy and France have lots of quality of life and that is healthy." Hi Brad, toddlers don't give a toss about having a broad vision of the world - they care about cuddles, getting treats from extended family members, having friends in school, not peeing on themselves at said school, bedtime stories, exploring the back garden, having pets... Presenting them with a deluge of cultures is not healthy. Kids need routine and a secure world outside of their parents; otherwise they will cling to you for life. Perhaps that's the desired result... However, I suspect you're not to entirely blame here. You're under some elusive lady's spell and will compromise your grounded beliefs to be with her... a little notion derived from you saying, "I still want to kiss the bride, wear the ring, wear my suit and wake up in the morning and say 'Good morning wife'." Funny, I'd swear you've done that already.