Judge: Jackson Kids 'doing Wonderfully'

A judge says he's pleased with how Michael Jackson's children are adjusting to being in their grandmother's care.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff says he received a report and is "very pleased" with its contents. The judge says: "It looks like the children are really doing wonderfully with their grandmother guardian."

Beckloff sealed a report on the children, who range in ages from 7 to 12, and said he sees no need to get future updates. Michael Jackson chose Katherine Jackson in his 2002 will to care for his children, and a court has appointed her their permanent guardian.

Nearly three months after the pop superstar's death, his estate began paying a $60,000 per month stipend to care for and protect them.