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Ricky Schroder's daughters go dancing

06/16/2008 at 07:00 AM ET

Actor Ricky Schroder, 38, was spotted taking his daughters Cambrie, 11, and Faith Anne, 6 ½, to and from dance on Sunday, June 15th in CA. He and wife Andrea are also parents to sons Luke William, 14, and Holden, 16.

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Sara on

Both kids look like him but Cambrie is his mirror image. Very cute :-)

sid on

WOW. Faith is the spitting image of her dad. What cute girls.

Sarita on

It’s pretty cool that the 11 year old doesn’t mind going to dance class with her baby sister.

Anyone know what sort of dance they do? I’ve never seen dance outfits like theird before. Looks cute.

meghan on

looks like “jazz” class…

Alecia on

Jazz!

Roise on

I didn’t know he had daughters…I thought he only had two sons. Faith looks like a mini-Cambrie, except with blonde hair. And Cambrie is a really pretty name.

Michelle on

His girls are adorable!

Does anyone know how his son is doing? I remember reading awile back that one of his sons (I think Holden) was in some sort of serious accident if I’m remembering correctly.

Jennifer on

They look so much alike…both are beautiful girls! :-)

Lisa on

They are both amazing little dancers. I dance at the same studio as them they do jazz hip hop and ballet. they were on there way to and from a recital

Nicka on

This isn’t a criticism, but just a friendly reminder from a dance teacher: please don’t wear your dance shoes outside on the streets!

Dance shoes either have leather soles or rubber soles that are specifically made for dancing. When you wear them outside, it makes the shoes very, very slick and dirty, so your children can slip easily and injure themselves in class. Plus, its a great way to spend extra money by running through shoes often when they are ruined!

I remind my students to always bring in their crocs or other shoes to wear on the street and keep their dance shoes and clothes in a separate bag for class. Please spread the word!

Maddison on

Cambrie is so cute so is Faith I remember them from when they lived in Arizona. I was a friend of there’s. I miss them :( :)

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