Jennifer Aniston Wins Parenting Award

August 6, 2009 By:
Jennifer Aniston Wins Parenting Award
Jennifer Aniston isn't a parent, but she's winning an award for being one. We know what you're thinking, huh?! Jen recently narrated a children's book, Loukoumi's Good Deeds, with her father John Aniston, iParenting was so impressed by her they gave her a Media Award in the 2009 "Outstanding" category.

The children's book is based on a true story about a cleaning lady named Daisy who worked in the same office as author Nick Katsoris. Daisy, voiced by Aniston, gives Nick a pair of gold cuff links because he says "good morning" to her every day, reports Us Weekly.

The book and CD will be released on national Make A Difference Day, Oct. 24 and will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

She may not have much experience in the parenting department, but during a recent poll conducted by AOL-sponsored ParentDish.com, most moms agreed that they would rather have Jen babysit their kids than Angelina Jolie.

Ellen DeGeneres and her partner Portia de Rossi, who have no children, topped the poll of more than 10,000 moms that asked which star they would feel most comfortable leaving their kids with.

Ellen and Portia got 31% of the votes, while single Jen got 22% and Angelina got 18%. Who would you rather leave your kids with? Jennifer Aniston or Angelina Jolie?