Nicole Richie & Sparrow: Peter Pan Pals

Mom-of-two Nicole Richie stepped out with her son Sparrow, 3, in Hollywood, Calif. on Saturday (September 26). Along with some pals, the mother-son duo watched Peter Pan at the El Capitan Theatre.

Earlier this month we spotted the entire Richie-Madden crew – including papa Joel Madden and their 5-year-old daughter Harlow – at a party in Beverly Hills.

Recently, the Fashion Star mentor chopped off her long locks into a shoulder-length bob.

Sharing the big decision with her Twitter followers, Nicole wrote, “B.O.B.” with a later tweet adding, “Take it off, Andels.”

Filed under: Nicole Richie,Sparrow Madden

Photo credit: AKM-GSI


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  1. a.

    to me he is the cutest little boy in this site

  2. Anonymous

    Oh no way…not even close. Flynn Bloom is the cutest. Arthur is cuter, the Rossdale brothers are cuter. And this one isn’t even potty trained at 3 1/2. Yuck!

  3. Kasey1

    My nephew turned three in December and isn’t quite fully potty trained. He still has “accidents” sometimes, in which I can take care of it. Who cares if it’s “yuck” or not. Grow up. Not every kid is “perfect” or trains at the same rate. His doctor thinks he’s doing fine. How would you like it if someone said to you “well you’re not doing this math work at the pace all of other kids are, you’re yuck or you’re dumb.” It’s not nice to call people out, especially children, when they aren’t going the same pace you deem necessary. It’s not like he’s 7 years old with a diaper. Chill out.

  4. Anonymous

    3 1/2 is old to still be crapping in their diapers. Maybe your sister or sister in law is lazy like Nicole so maybe that’s why he’s not trained either.

  5. A. Smyth

    This little boy is very cute! Very different from his older sister (who unfortunately is not as cute)

  6. ms. heart

    not potty-trained at 3 1/2????? are you kidding me? he’d be on his own if he were mine.

  7. laura

    I agree that there’s not a mandatory age to be potty trained, but it certainly would be better for a preschooler to be so. Just think about him at school, when all of his friends are gong to the toilet by themselves and he has to be changed by the teacher..

    I mean, in the end these are practical matters, it’s stupid to see it too philosophically, and say that “the child has to be ready”, or, as for attachment parenting the child will tell himself when to stop breastfeeding.. No, it’s not like that, in my humble opinion: if you’re sending the kid to preschool, he needs to be a little bit independent. Of course there’s gonna be people who take care of him, because at three he’s still very young, but I think that when it’s the time that he’s starting to socialize with other kids independently, he needs to be able to go to the toilet and do a couple things by himself..

  8. Georgia

    Maybe it’s a pull up he is wearing. My little girl was perfectly toilet trained at home, but wore pulls when we were out till she was 4 in case we were not near a toilet and couldn’t get there on time. I don’t think this is a reflection of parenting at all.

  9. a.

    I am not a mother so obviously I don’t know much about these things but how do you know that he is wearing diaper in every single picture? e.g. is he wearing a diaper in this pic:

  10. Anonymous

    I’m sure he doesn’t go to school – at that age they will not accept him if he can’t go to the bathroom on his own. Teachers don’t want to change diapers on a 3 1/2 year old. Certain schools have rules about this – that they need to be potty trained by a certain age. Maybe nothing is wrong with his parents, maybe he’s just “slow”.

    • Maddy

      He goes to ‘school’ I think it might be day care but they dont do nappies at a certain age maybe on bed time. Anyway he had a nappy that you could see in one picture? It might have been a long day out or something. Theres been pictures of him coming home from school where he is wearing undies

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