Molly Ringwald spotted shopping at Pink Olive Boutique in NYC

09/28/2007 at 03:19 PM ET

by CBB Fashion/Gear Contributor Bronwyn

She was once an 80’s icon and now she’s a mom. Molly Ringwald, 39, was out and about in the East Village on September 27th. She stopped by the Pink Olive Boutique with daughter Mathilda Ereni, almost 4, in tow. While Molly shopped for wrapping paper and books Mathilda entertained herself with stuffed animals in the back of the boutique.

Image002Image003Among the items purchased were two books- ‘The Other Side’ by Istvan Banyai and ‘Sparkle and Spin’ by Ann and Paul Rand. ‘The Other Side’ is a graphical novel that shows different perspectives and viewpoints of all sorts of everyday things like curtains, mirrors and even doors. ‘Sparkle and Spin’ on the other hand is a book about words. Using harmony and rhymes with illustration this book reads like a song and sheds new light on words kids use everyday. Molly also took home Stacey Asato Gift Wrap by lulu.

Mathilda will celebrate her fourth birthday on October 2nd- could these have been gifts for her?

Mathilda is Molly’s only child with boyfriend Panio Gianopoulos.

What are your favorite gift ideas for 4 year olds?

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Jen on

A perfect gift for a 4 year old girl is a book called “When I was Little” by Jamie Lee Curtis. It will be a favorite for years to come.(Hard Cover is better, paper back will wear out from CONSTANT reading!)

brookefan on

I LOVE Molly. I miss her. THanks for the update on her little girl!! I hope we see more of her.

Coeur on

Just had a wonderful visit with my 4 yr old niece Robyn – she is totally in love with Thomas the Train. She also loves activity books for PK especially when they come with stickers. She got a new toy this visit, a Woodkin dress up doll.

It’s a sandwich type board where you lay fabric pieces on the doll, add the magnetic face and close the two pieces of board together to see your creation. Very creative and she played with it for hours making different outfits.