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Marcia Cross takes Eden and Savannah to the park

09/27/2007 at 11:54 AM ET

Actress Marcia Cross, 45, takes her 7-month-old twins Eden and Savannah to the park on Wednesday, with the help of a friend and the girls’ nanny. More photos available at x17 Online.

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gianna on

Those twins are so cute, and always dressed nice

Autumn on

Cute babies! Although I find it interesting that the Nanny is the one kissing the baby in the above pic. (Still babies are so irresistable sometimes that you can’t help but kiss them! ;) )

kaitlyn on

Nannies (usually) love the kids too, it’s only natural to kiss and hug them when we spend so much time with them. (Sometimes I just can’t resist those chubby cheeks!)

Candace on

I LOVE all the cute little shoes they wear!! They are having WAY too much fun with those sweet little girls! :)

CoCo on

As a nanny, I really do love and care deeply about the children I work with. Yes, this is my job and I do get paid to it, but that doesn’t mean I do the job for the money, I do it for the kids. I love them and love coming to work to spend time with them every day. I treat them like my own little brothers and sisters, its a very personal relationship. I’m glad to see nannies portrayed in a positive light in this photograph.

Di on

It always amazes me how Marica Cross makes the effort to protect her children from the sun. Here their arms and legs are covered and the faces are covered with a beautiful bonnet. Of course, Marcia is wearing a hat as well. There is clearly one family in LA striving to avoid getting skin cancer. Good for her.

morgan on

I too notice she is teaching the girls EARLY about sun protection. Its important. My mother grw up in Australia and never cared for ehr skin. She now has tons of wrinkles and saggy skin (althought my mom is still beautiful!!) I just recently started using a high SPF dailyand im 27. Good for Marcia!

Kat on

I love this family!!
both parents are so affectionate and hands on and they’ve now also clearly chosen a wonderful nanny!

whether you have family, friends, or someone you just hire watching your kids, you should all hope to have such a loving person doing the job.

Seriously…she clearly loves the girls like family and kids need all the love they can get!

Paula on

Marcia looks awesome.

lOLA on

She is really great for always remembering to cover up! I wonder if there is a history of skin cancer in the family? there is in mine and I am very cautious about it.
Who are the other women around and holding one of the babies? Does she have more than one nanny?

Jenny on

I think the reason she is covering her babies is that marcia herslef and the babies have a very pale skin and she got red hair, so they are probably very sensitive of the sun. There may be a cancer story in her family. It’s easy to get if u are exposed to the sun and have a fair pale skin.

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