The Broderick Boys: Stoop Sitters

The Broderick Boys: Stoop Sitters

Enjoying some spare time while he’s still got it, Mathew Broderick was seen spending Mother’s Day morning with his 6-year-old son James Wilkie on their front stoop in NYC. Matthew is smart to relax a bit before his twin daughters arrive this summer!

While Matthew and his wife, Sex and the City star, Sarah Jessica Parker, are reportedly “overjoyed” to be welcoming the girls, the expectant dad also admits to being nervous about their upcoming arrival. “Oh man, I’m nervous just even thinking about it,” The Ferris Beuller’s Day Off star said last week.

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  1. alexa kaelyn

    For a second I thought James was a girl but he is a cutie

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  2. Lisa

    Just a reminder that we have a comment policy. Talking about long hair vs. short hair is fine, but making fun of James isn’t allowed.

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  3. Anonymous

    I am not saying anything about James’ hair, but I wish Matt would trim his sideburns…..don’t care for them at all!

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  4. melanie1983

    that is very cold, we all have our opinions of james’ hair.

    i however think it’s adorable, and if he wanted it cut, it’d be cut. it’s obviously his choice, and i think it’s a good one.

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  5. Francesca

    I LOVE his hair! I think it’s great that his parents allow him the freedom to just “be”. My son (15) hasn’t cut his hair since he was 7 and I’ve never suggested that he cut it nor would I ever force him to. It’s who he is…it fits his personality.

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  6. deeb2001

    I don’t like either of them with that awful hair. But Francesca, since when do kids get a say so about their hair? To some degree yes, but let him “be” no! When I was growing up I wore my hair however my mom did it. Now, as I got older, I started to have more say so, but at his age (6), I would have cut it by now or at least give him a practical hair cut, so that its now in his face.

    On a side note, I saw a picture of my dad with long hair when he was like 4yrs old, and I said to him when I saw the picture, “dad who is this girl in the picture?” He replied with, “thats not a girl, that was me when I was like 4 yrs old!” I was shocked that my grandparents let his hair grow so long??!!
    So, I guess its a matter of preference for the parents, mixed with a little experiementing and having fun. SO, to each their own.

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