• Thu, Jan 3 2013

Just Some Photo Proof That Katie Holmes Should Hire A Nanny For Suri Cruise

Suri Cruise Katie Holmes BroadwayI’m worried about Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise. Last year I expressed concern that the two might spend too much time together — that perhaps they’re both at the point in their life when they should start making other friends. Friends born in the same decade perhaps. After I wrote that post Katie Holmes divorced Tom Cruise, canceled her subscription to Scientology Weekly and moved Suri Cruise to New York City.

For weeks after the divorce we heard rumors that Katie Holmes planned to raise her like a normal millionaire child — and not like some celebrity millionaire child. What’s the difference? Well normal millionaire children usually only have one horse. Celebrity millionaire children have entire stables, on islands they own, in oceans only rich people know about. It’s a subtle difference, but a difference nonetheless.

This past fall, Katie even went as far as to enroll Suri in school and get herself a job on Broadway. Everything appeared to be going well. Until I saw this photo last night of Katie Holmes carrying Suri Cruise home after her show ended.

While I initially worried that Suri Cruise contracted that horrid disease that Colin has in Secret Garden that prevents him from walking without performing black magic, I realized that it’s more likely Suri just hates the crowds and the paparazzi. That’s normal for a 6-year-old. I see Katie Holmes carrying her as a sign that she’s protective of her daughter. 3 points for good parenting.

But here’s my issue. Why was Suri even there in the first place? Does Broadway have a bring your child to work year policy? If not, I don’t really understand why she’s not home with a nanny. It’s not like she’s spending quality time with her mother during the performance. And it’s not like she appears to enjoy leaving the performance. In fact, I’d go as far to say she looks scared.

So why not let her spend her night at home with a nanny? I’m not saying I want the job, but I’m also not saying that I’m unavailable to work nights.

(Photo: Mr. Blue/WENN.com)

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  • Barbara public

    Usually the troll is in the comments. This time, it’s the author of the article. Do you have NOTHING better to write about than criticisms of this woman’s parenting?

    • Jenni

      Classic Barbara Public!

  • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

    This is funny! Maybe the nanny got sick? Or had to go home to an ailing parent?LOL!

  • http://ninnelson.com/ Nin

    Parents should bring their children to work. I could see a problem if you’re an assassin or something like that, maybe a race car driver on a bad day….

    A good job is play. Children could learn to play when they grow up. It’s a good thing.

    It’s Grinchy to leave the children out.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Everyone knows that if you leave the children out, they get stale.

    • http://ninnelson.com/ Nin

      Underdog: [whenever something goes wrong] I am a hero who never fails, I can’t be bothered with such details.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XRil07h5uE

  • Kd

    This isn’t even gossip. So what she took her child to watch the show. Write something interesting!

    • Jenni

      That presents a problem because we’ve committed her to ONLY writing uninteresting things.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      LOL! If only other moderators and gatekeepers had your style.

  • squekywheel

    at 6 years old the child should have been home in bed instead of moms dressing room. time for a nanny!

  • Once Is Enough

    Six years old and you are dragged to go and see the same play several times. Who wouldn’t rather stay home no matter how old you are!