Fresh off of celebrating the day in which she entered this world, Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted exiting a taxi cab at her West Village residence in New York City on Sunday (March 25).
The "Sex and the City" star was helped out by her mom, Barbara Parker, as the two lovely ladies each guided one of the twins, Marion and Tabitha, inside after a family outing in honor of SJP turning 47-years-old.
With balloons in tow, the quartet of girls were also joined by Sarah's actor husband, Matthew Broderick, and their son, James Wilkie, during the birthday festivities.
In a recent interview with People magazine, Broderick chatted candidly about family life and what his two young twin daughters are teaching him.
He explained, "I'm now used to being unable to give everything the attention it deserves all the time. You have to be cool like that sometimes - somebody will be screaming about something and you can't immediately give it to them. But they get used to it, so it's sort of nice in a way."
So with the women dominating the house now, how does the 49 year-old actor feel about his adorable twin girls?
"I know enough that the personality switches. One at the moment is more Type A. They're both kind of Type A. They're two. They just run everything, you know. They are really very attached to each other. They're really cute."