Can’t get enough Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie?  Well, that may not be an issue for long.  After talk of getting married in the near future, Jolie recently opened up to People about her relationship with Pitt and their kids.  “I love being with Brad,” she revealed in a statement.  “I’m very lucky with [him].  He is a real gentleman, but he is also a real man’s man.”  Their six children play a significant role in their relationship, and the couple includes them whenever possible.  However, they do play up the balancing act in some ways, as Jolie explains their alone time is important as well.  “It’s special time for daddy when mom works for a few months,” says the actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador.  “And Brad is such a great dad.  When I’m working, he’s putting in the extra dad time, and that’s special for their relationship, too.”

How does your relationship grow after you have kids?

Cupid’s Advice:

Children are supposed to bring joy to your life, but really they can either solidify or destroy a relationship.  Cupid has some way your relationship can grow after having kids:

1. Quality time: You’re working more closely together now and are taking turns with the children.  This can help enhance communication, and it’s something you handle as a team.  Also, those times you do get to relax, it’s nice to have your partner there to cuddle.

2. Support system: Both of you will be stressed out at first, especially if it’s your first child.  A baby is a big adjustment, and you both need to make sacrifices.  Vent to each other and reassure your partner that you’re in this together.

3. Family matters: After marriage, this is a tremendous factor in your relationship. Not only are you spending the rest of your life together, but now you’re raising a family. Do what Brad and Angelina do-include the kids whenever possible, but admire and take advantage of the alone time you guys get.

How did kids change your relationship?  Share your experiences below.