Sarah Jessica Parker & James Shop But Don’t Drop

Sarah Jessica Parker & James Shop But Don't Drop

Sarah Jessica Parker and son James Wilke, 8, were spotted in New York City on Saturday (March 12) as they spent a long afternoon shopping for birthday gifts for a party they later attended.

But James wasn’t about to let a day of errands with his mom tire him out – he can be seen skipping energetically beside her as they went from one shop to the next.

Sarah is currently filming I Don’t Know How She Does It, a movie based the book of the same name, about a wife and mother who is the breadwinner for her husband and two kids.

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Filed under: Celebrity Kids,Celebrity Moms,James Wilke Broderick ,Sarah Jessica Parker

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  1. Anonymous

    This kid is in dire need of a new wardrobe. His clothes always look too small for him.

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  2. Minnie

    SJP’s way of keeping him normal and unaware of his parents celebrity status. She has spoken about allowing him to wear hand me downs from his cousins! And kids will wear old clothes they like forever. James looks ok and happy that is all that matters.

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    • Anonymous

      I’ve read that before too and I think it makes a lot of sense.

      SJP may be a celeb, but she’s a very down to earth New Yorker who likes to blend in with “regular” folk. A breath of fresh air,esp. when compared to some of the people featured here.

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  3. Lioness

    How do his clothes look small for him? His shirt fits him well, and his jeans are obviously tucked into his socks for whatever reason (perhaps because they are little long or his ankles were cold). I’d say he looks just fine, like any other kid you see in the street.

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