Sarah Jessica Parker steps out with her adorable twins, Tabitha & Marion


Much like the adorable photos of Gwen Stefani and little Zuma, these photos of Sarah Jessica Parker and her twin girls Tabitha and Marion (cat names) are too cute to pass up. SJP was out and about with her girls today in NYC. I’m fascinated with the twin stroller thing. I wonder if one of the babies has a tantrum if they aren’t allowed on the top tier of the stroller? I wonder if SJP ever has a moment of panic, wondering if the top tier is going to collapse on the bottom tier – no joke, that would be my biggest fear if I had twins and this particular stroller.


I still don’t know which girl is which, so I’m just going to say that at some point, SJP picked up… Tabitha…? Sure. Tabby and SJP strolled along, enjoying their adorable photo op. Tabby’s chubby cheeks are killing me. Both girls are absolutely gorgeous. I love the little one’s red bow and her little grey coat…with a hoodie! It’s really cold in NYC now isn’t it? They’re getting the cold front and the snow that we in the South just got hit with. Good luck, Northerners!





Photos courtesy of Fame.

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  1. Jess says:

    Those girls are adorable! And I always wonder about the kid in the bottom seat – do they ever feel like they’re getting a raw deal?

  2. Lady D says:

    Ya, beyond cute. Every time I see a gorgeous little girl, (and to be fair I’ve never seen one that wasn’t)I thank God I had a boy. My nieces have all informed me at one point in their childhood that I worry more about them than their own mom does.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful babies! (Please put some mittens on their cold, little hands!)

  4. Lady D says:

    Kaiser I can’t find any news on Miranda and Orlando’s baby. Can you? Thanks.

  5. Kaiser says:

    Lady D – Okay, sure. I guess I’m doing requests now! JK.

  6. Kaboom says:

    @Jess: I was wondering about the same thing. She looks like she knows she pulled the short straw on the second picture. Empress Zahara wouldn’t let that kind of thing stand and shank someone!

  7. Diane says:

    First time I’ve ever seen them, they are precious! I wonder why she doesn’t use a side by side stroller.

  8. Nikster says:

    I have twins. I alternated each time I took them in the stroller for fear of giving someone a complex.

  9. Days after Christmas says:

    @ Diane

    My guess is that you don’t walk the streets of NYC much. Space, on the curb, in the supermarket, on the train (which SJP doesn’t ride), is limited in this city. The goal is to take up as little space as possible at all times.

    I hope they put a little animal picture or toy on the back of that top seat so the bottom baby has something to stare at other than black canvas.

  10. Diane says:

    @Days after Christmas: You’re right, I live in Florida. It makes sense though, thanks for the info!

  11. someone says:

    They are really cute little girls.

  12. LittleFATMe says:

    OMG – you guys. The other day I was watching a couple push their babies in a double decker and I was like, “Damn, that second baby has a crap veiw and can’t see mom.” Then my brain took it to a level of how that could affect the kid and personality and blah, blah, blah… After a few seconds I was like, “Dude, LittleFAT, you are a nut – no one thinks these random things.”
    It is nice to know I am not the only one!

  13. TeeTee says:

    cute lil girls, they look just like her husband…are they from an affair that he had on the hush-hush???

  14. Cheyenne says:

    Cute babies. That stroller must be a new model. I’ve seen strollers where one twin sits right in back of the other and wondered how the twin in the back seat likes it. They probably switch off every other outing. Side-by-side strollers are next to impossible to navigate on the sidewalk.

  15. lilred says:

    @LittleFATMe- you’re not alone I thought the exact same thing…The baby on the bottom gets the crap seat/view etc.

  16. Isabel says:

    I’m glad I didn’t get a stroller like that. I have a toddler and am due in April, and I thought it would be a great spacesaver…but now, it’s obvious that the perma-ass view of the lower seat just blows.

    Now…I know that they used a surrogate…but was it SJP’s egg and MB’s sperm? Or the surrogate’s egg and MB’s sperm? Or neither? I keep seeing MB in their cute little faces, but no SJP.

  17. pixiegirl says:

    Cute babies, but SJP is lookin’ ROUGH. Also, having twins looks like a total nightmare. Cute kids, tho.

  18. Really says:

    The baby Uggs are too freakin cute. And they match mommy’s.
    Watch out Suri, you are gonna have MAJOR competition on the streets of NYC.

  19. sapphire says:

    Little Marion (adorable one on the bottom) has a little side eye going on.
    @Kaboom-do you think the Empress may have found her Prime Minister?

  20. Minx2 says:

    Cuteness overload! So adorable. I love their little bows. I was just thinking “I hope SJP switches seats so one of them is not stuck with the bottom all the time” ;) )

  21. JenJen says:

    The girl on top looks like her and the one on the bottom looks like Matthew. They are adorable but look like they are freezing. Does she not have nannies and had to run out for milk? LOL

  22. jayem says:

    Ohmigod. The one she’s holding has the cutest little munchkin face ever. She looks like a little elf or a gnome, just like James. Adorableness!

  23. Grace says:

    I have a friend who has a stroller like that and she said her kids fight over who gets the bottom seat. I thought for sure that both kids would fight over the top seat, but no. Kids are weird like that. My sister and I were once in an epic battle over who got the smallest bedroom in the house. That’s right, we both desperately wanted the smallest bedroom. I still don’t understand why.

  24. serena says:

    I hope none of them take after SJP’s nose.

  25. observer says:

    @Anonymous, I was thinking the same thing about mittens. Sandra Bullock has also been seen in the NYC cold with her baby sans mittens. What is up with that? Did all the Hollywood moms suddenly forget about the invention known as mittens? I just find it odd.

  26. Patricia says:

    I hope for their sake she’s off the ciggies. A few yrs ago she was talking in an interview about how her son was so fascinated with all her smoking items (cigs ashtray lighter) and was always asking about smoking. She said she could already tell she was raising a little smoker. She thought it was just too cute that he was so inquisitive. My opinion of her has never recovered. What an idiot.

  27. Mary says:

    They look like Mathew Broderick. I know they use a surrogate, so I guess the sperm was donated.

  28. Cheyenne says:

    observer: I was thinking the same thing about mittens. Sandra Bullock has also been seen in the NYC cold with her baby sans mittens.

    When my son was a baby you couldn’t keep mittens on him unless you glued them to his hands. He HATED having his hands covered. He wanted to play in the snow with his bare hands rather than have mittens on.

  29. lucy2 says:

    Adorable! I was thinking I’d never get that stroller since the bottom seat must suck, but it makes total sense for city living.
    Quite possibly they are both the bio parents, and used a surrogate for other medical reasons.

  30. Tiffany says:

    My kids are exactly 2 years apart and I had the two in line stroller (they didn’t make the kind SJP has yet) and my kids fought ALL the time about who could sit in the front. I finally got a big jogging stroller that was side by side. Sibs will fight about anything!

  31. Megatrona says:

    Does anybody know why show chose a surrogate?

  32. KateNonymous says:

    I’m still wondering if my daughter will wear mittens when we take her to the snow in a few weeks. She certainly hates almost all hats.

    Speaking of which, I love the little hats the twins are wearing. They look like little illustrations from a Victorian novel, without being costumey.