Actress Reese Witherspoon hopes her kids don't get special treatment at school, because disappointment is character building. The actress hates the idea of eight-year-old Ava and Deacon, four, being protected from the realities of life in a trendy school that refuses to pick winners and losers. The Walk The Line star says, "That's one of the most formative experiences. I wouldn't want my children to miss out on any of that teasing and bullying. "It kind of makes you who you are - when you don't make it onto the soccer team. It drives me crazy when everyone wins the award. "I remember the two weeks of crying because I didn't make the team. It makes me interesting."