Jennifer Garner’s Brentwood Brood

Jennifer Garner stops by her favorite spot

Mom-of-three Jennifer Garner was photographed with her son Samuel, 1, and daughter Seraphina, 4, in Brentwood, Calif. on Thursday (March 28). After a quick stop at the Brentwood Country Mart, the Juno star toted her tot while Sera walked with the nanny.

The day before, the hands on mama was seen picking up her 7-year-old daughter Violet from school in Santa Monica. The pretty pair were all smiles as they walked hand-in-hand back to the car.

Last weekend, we spotted the happy Garflecks – including sexy papa Ben Affleck – out and about in their sunny California neighborhood.

“She’s the most beautiful woman out there,” Ben recently raved of his lovely wife after receiving one of his many awards for Argo.

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Filed under: Jennifer Garner,Samuel Affleck,Seraphina Affleck,Violet Affleck

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  1. marianne

    She’s getting very skinny – especially her legs and face.

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  2. Anonymous

    And she’s not attractive to begin with…

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  3. Em

    There’s that bump again….

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  4. Dj

    I think it’s pathetic that celebrity moms can’t handle their kids, so they have to tote the nanny along for assistance.

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  5. Anonymous

    The thing is the nanny needs to make a living. Is she supposed to just find a job during the few months ben and jen don’t need her? I think her working with jen shows the kids that they are a team, and provides consistency instead of them having to readjust or get use to someone new every time they take a job.

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    • Anonymous

      Your comment makes no sense.

      For one Ben and Jen always has a nanny in fact the family has been seen with two different nannies, its just on most outing Jen leave the nannies at home.

      How dose Jen having a nanny with her show the kids their a team ?

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      • jen

        Write a coherent comment and maybe you’ll get a response. Just a suggestion.

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      • english gal

        I think the OP’s comment makes perfect sense. Clearly they need a nanny more when they’re filming, and far less when they’re not – unlike families with more typical steady jobs. But you can’t hire and fire nannies on a monthly basis! I agree with the first poster that it’s probably just a sensible arrangement that lets the kids feel the most comfortable and secure. And if I had the money, an extra pair of hands would be great.

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    • Anon

      When my children were small I often took my mother with me for help and company. No I didn’t need to, but extra hands were nice. I think I would have loved a nanny.

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