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Get Ready to Awww – Sarah Jessica Parker's Daughters Are in Full Cuteness Mode

You can almost hear the girls giggle.

There are some days when being a parent seems easy – and from these shots of Sarah Jessica Parker out in New York with her twin 2-year-old daughters, she’s having one of them.

The girls, Marion Loretta and Tabitha Hodge, were stylishly dressed for a cool late-fall day in complementary shirts and embroidered pants, topped with gray swing coats (open, of course, because no child in the world wants to be all buttoned up unless the temperature is 10 below zero).

It looks like their day’s adventure included a trip to the store for Play-Doh. Hope Marion and Tabitha remember the rule about not sculpting on the rug.

Take a look at these pictures and just try not to smile. Dare ya.

 

 

 

 

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  • Sharing a smile 1 of 9
    Sharing a smile
    This looks like one of those moments that makes you glad to be a mom.
  • She only has two hands 2 of 9
    She only has two hands
    Twin girls and a large snakeskin bag are a challenge to juggle.
  • Eastern flair 3 of 9
    Eastern flair
    The girls wore complementary outfits trimmed with Chinese characters.
  • Nanny to the rescue 4 of 9
    Nanny to the rescue
    One twin gets a pickup ride. Looks like she's still turning to her binky for comfort.
  • Like mom, like daughter 5 of 9
    Like mom, like daughter
    The girls clearly inherited her photogenic genes from their mother. Already they know how to give a winsome smile to the paparazzi.
  • NO! 6 of 9
    NO!
    But, after all, they ARE 2, and it's a toddler's job to fuss when Mom says it's time to go. (Or maybe she's just yelling at a pigeon.)
  • Can’t catch me! 7 of 9
    Can't catch me!
    SJP lends a guiding hand back to the car.
  • Gotcha! 8 of 9
    Gotcha!
    Back in Mom's arms again.
  • Off we go 9 of 9
    Off we go
    We'd like to think that bag has at least one pair of diapers and a change of clothes inside. And maybe a few goldfish crackers.

 

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