The Schreiber-Watts’ Family Fun

The Schreiber-Watts' Family Fun

Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber treated their kids Sasha, 3, and Kai, 2, to a trip to the Children’s Museum of Arts in New York’s Soho neighborhood today (January 21).

The family is back to bundling up in the cold winter weather after spending the holidays in sunny Sydney, Australia.

Wonder if Naomi has had a chance to meet her close friend Nicole Kidman‘s newborn daughter Faith Margaret? The pair have been pals since they were teenagers.

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Filed under: Alexander Schreiber,Liev Schreiber,Naomi Watts,Samuel Schreiber

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  1. skyler

    adorable boys

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  2. Anonymous

    What a horrible stroller! That poor kid in the back can’t see anything but the backside of the front seat.

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  3. Sweet

    Samuel and alewander so cute i love him ^_^

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  4. Anonymous

    I always feel so bad for the kids stuck in the back of that stroller….they can’t see anything and must feel so cramped and stuffed. They should have made the back seat higher than the front seat. May be narrow for a double stroller but very poorly designed!

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    • Anonymous

      I came to comment on the exact same thing. Always hated those strollers, why would you stick your kid in the back like that? It makes me feel claustrophobic just looking at it.

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    • Anonymous

      Phil and Teds is an amazing stroller! The rear seat kid gets to see things too (left and right as it sits in an angle – DOH!)

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  5. JMO

    Throw the baby in steerage!!! lol

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  6. Anonymous

    My children absolutely love it in the back seat of that pushchair, they can see plenty, they can get to toys/snacks etc in the bottom part of the pushchair, they can shelter from morons that like to approach children in pushchairs and talk crap, its very comfortable, i dont know any child that doesnt like the pushchair. Why do people comment on things they dont have any experience of? It wasnt designed for an adult to sit in so yes you probably would feel claustraphobic.

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