Reese Witherspoon takes kids to dinner

04/15/2008 at 09:13 AM ET

Actress Reese Witherspoon, 32, took her two children Ava Elizabeth, 8 ½, (pictured) and Deacon Reese, 4, out to eat at a restauranton Monday in Ojai, CA.

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Just Saying on

Reese’s mini me!

Rashida on

Cute pic, Ava is my fave celeb kid in her own right, love her hat :)

Randi on

She looks just like her mom it’s like looking back in time and seeing Reese in the movie Man in the Moon

Sara on

Ususally, I think she looks EXACTLY like Reese, but with this look on her face, I think she looks just like Ryan.

Kirstin on

Awee…too cute she is adorable and looks just like her! ;) I love Ojai as well! My Grandma lived there for years and it is SUCH a gorgoeus and peaceful little town..awee..

shine on

you can’t believe that i have seen the little baby’s gothic style show on gothicloving.com which is a dating site for goth. that’s really unbelievable.

Henrietta on

Adorable!

Dawn on

Ava definitely looks like Reese in that picture. Reese now owns a 5 acre estate in Ojai. She just bought it.

Aimee on

She is darling — and just the image of her parents. I do like how much you see both parents frequently out with their kids. Don’t know if they have help or not — but you sure do see them with Mom and Dad frequently. I feel sad lately when I see her photographed though…as while I can’t remember what interview it was from, Ryan recently talked about how public interest is very difficult in regards to the kids. He went on to say that Ava is just 8, but he frequenly sees her upset and worried when she goes on about how she looks or what she is wearing as she has come to assume her picture will be taken and seen by her friends, in magazines, etc. Got to be tough for a girl trying to get through rough growing up years when she has chosen, and isn’t the one who is supposed to be in the limelight. Granted, I enjoy the pictures, but sometimes wonder about when the kids are in those years of awareness. Babies obviously aren’t distressed by photos…and once they are later in their teens they probably have a better sense of self. Any tween or young teen can have a difficult enough time growing up. I can’t imagine adding in the public curiosity. I guess when a parent comments on a negative way the child themself is feeling about the attention — it is hard not to question whether the public should be gracious enough to back off a bit and give the child a bit of grace. Just my opinion…

brooke on

She looks exactly like reese

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