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    Default Sarah Jessica Parker keeps her little man protected

    Sarah Jessica Parker spent her Valentine's Day braving the recently colder NYC weather with her smaller favorite man. James Wilke was protected behind his plastic shield, which I'm sure he's used to being a little Manhattanite in a stroller. We still have a few months left before snuggling back up with the girls, but we're more than a little excited for our return to Sex and the City. She may be all bundled up now, but methinks we'll be seeing a lot of Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte come Spring.










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    How very 'boy in the plastic bubble'. Sheesh.
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    Wow, that's kind of creepy! How old is that kid anyway? Do any celeb kids actually walk?

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    what is it, 10 degrees there? bit much SJP
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    such a pet peeve of mine seeing kids in strollers who are completely capable of walking. isn't he like 5 or something?

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    I think he's a bit old for a stroller. Isn't he in school now?

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    if you live in a city like new york you walk a lot, and fast, more than any little kid could, so after a while it's just easier to put them in a stroller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    if you live in a city like new york you walk a lot, and fast, more than any little kid could, so after a while it's just easier to put them in a stroller.
    I agree. A stroller is also a much safer option with all those cars around.

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    I just had a totally different visual when I read SJP likes to keep her little man protected
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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure SJP doesn't have a car. I remember not having a car and going to the supermarket when we lived in downtown Auckland. You're hauling butt with that stroller and going several city blocks, dumping your two sacks o groceries in the bottom and hauling it back home. No wonder one stays so thin o.o
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    The plastic wrap around the stroller is very thin, and most mothers have it to protect their little ones. I would have one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkly View Post
    The plastic wrap around the stroller is very thin, and most mothers have it to protect their little ones. I would have one too.
    It keeps the baby warmer on a cold day and if it looks like its going to rain, its easier to put it on before you leave that house than when its, you know, already raining
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    I thought mebbe she was a just huge germaphobe or something. Maybe it's a city thing, but you just don't see those (huge ass plastic thingys) being used where I'm from unless you've got a kid who is somehow immune compromised!

    I think the kid is younger than 5 (still a toddler I thought??) but I can definitely see having one in a stroller at an older age than I used to think seemed acceptable or right after having had a kid of my own. My son would wear out sometimes when we took zoo or other trips where we did a lot of walking and I was glad we had a stroller to sit him in and let him zonk out and have a snooze when he got tired/cranky/overstimulated.
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    ^^^
    i guess the plastic thingies are more common in places where people walk a lot. here a lot of people don't use their cars every day, especially if they live in the city and don't have to commute. plus geneva's small so you can pretty much walk everywhere or take the bus for a few stops. and it rains a lot too, sometimes it's gray and drizzly all day. and then you see a lot of bubble kids.
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    Bubble kids. I'm getting a mental image of that that makes me giggle.
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