Jon and Nathan Stewart out on Saturday

08/26/2007 at 12:33 PM ET

Daily Show host Jon Stewart, 44, and his son Nathan Thomas, 3, were spotted out in NYC on Saturday. The pair had lunch at Pecan and then triked home.

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mj on

Is Nathan autistic? He seems to have some sterotypical hand movements, and I know Jon hosted a fund raiser for Autism.

Sarah’s note: I don’t believe Jon has ever mentioned anything either way.

KW on

Wonder why Jon’s continuously pushing the trike in a wheelie? Doesn’t look that stable or safe for his son. It wouldn’t be that easy on Jon’s back, either, for that matter. We have this same trike, and it’s very comfortable to push in the normal wheels-to-the-ground position. I know it’s none of my business, but I think the little guy should be wearing a helmet too. All that said, he’s a cutie!

Jen on

Thanks so much for this one! Jon and his son are adorable. Also, I love how Jon is pretty much always wearing the same outfit. He talked about it on his show one time, how every time he’s photographed he’s wearing that gray t-shirt.

Maddie on

I love these pictures! First time I’ve seen pictures of Nathan, and I’m a huge Jon fan. Now if we could only get some of Maggie! My sister and her little one also have the same trike, and it’s very safe in the wheelie position. Plus, it’s a required initiation into the human race for your daddy to get exuberant and accidentally facilitate a personal injury. My dad swung me in a Winnie-the-Pooh blanket when I was 3, accidentally let go of one side of the blanket and I flew face down onto his guitar, which was lying on the couch. I have a tiny scar and a great story. I’m sure Jon knows what he’s doing though :p

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