Spencer-Crowe family out walking in CA

04/20/2008 at 03:06 PM ET

Actor Russell Crowe, 44, and his wife, singer/actress Danielle Spencer, 37, and their sons Charles "Charlie" Spencer, 4, and Tennyson Spencer, 21 months, went walking in Coldwater Canyon Park in CA on Saturday, April 19th.


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Kate on

It’s more of a question than a comment to this picture, but I noticed that a few children aged 3+ are either carried on their parents’ arms very often instead of walking, or pushed in their stroller. Is that common in the US?

Ana on

I think that it isn’t common or uncommon, if you know what I mean, it’s just the parents choice or the child himself/herself who prefers to be carried or pushed. Nowadays strollers are made to be used until the child is up to 4 or even 5 years old (e.g. Phil & Teds), that doesn’t mean that children cannot walk at all, they must walk, they just get tired or the parents don’t feel like being running after them and just want to have a relaxed walk.
Many celeb kids you see are carried because of the paparazzi, in order to protect them, because they get scared sometimes (or many times!).

In my opinion is just fine to push and carry your kids, the first because it’s practical especially in cities like NY or London, especially if you use a lightweight stroller (if I had a kid I would push him as long has Russell is pushing Charlie. He’s just a little kid), and the second, well, you end up missing it A LOT!!
And you see such kind of behavior in Europe too (where I live).

My opinion and my answer…

About Charlie and Tenny, they are such cute boys. Ah and speaking of strollers, I think the Mountain Buggy seems to be a really tough stroller. Charlie has had his since…ever.

trullesand on

my first thought also was: how long do they want to push little charlie? he is 4! and a boy! he needs to run around all day.
i quit pushing my boy when he was 2 and ever since he walked long long distances with us. it´s all practice.
it´s just my opinion but i think you only push your 4 year old when he/she´s is wild and just don´t want to listen so you better tie your child. i think it´s terrible.
some days ago i ask my now 3-year-old if he wants to sit in the stroller of my one-year-old because he was very tired. he tried then giggled and jumped out of the stroller having a facial expression that said: “that´s just something for small children. and i am a big boy!”

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