Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick and their twins, Marion Loretta Elwell Broderick and Tabitha Hodge Broderick, braved the cold yesterday in New York City.
The couple toted the twins around while running errands in New York City. Sarah was spotted cuddling one of her six-month-old twins, and her other daughter, dressed in matching baby pink to her sibling, was cradled by her father Matthew Broderick.
Tabitha and Marion, who Parker recently admitted were “as un-identical as twins can be,” looked cosy in pink babygrows and thermal blankets.
As for the twins, Sarah said, “They will be six months at the end of this month and they are physically, intellectually, spiritually, geographically, politically, ideologically and religiously as different as two small six-month olds could be.”
Wow, those must be two different siblings then. I’m not getting how they are geographically different though? Do they enjoy sleeping in different parts of the house? Do they enjoy hanging out on opposite coasts?