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Ali Larter and Her Son Have Fun at the Playground! (Photos)

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Ali Larter takes her son Theodore for some play time at Coldwater Park in Los AngelesParks are your best friend when you’re the mom of a toddler. There’s plenty of space to run around in, nothing your child can break and a playground or two to keep him busy.

Ali Larter and her two-year-old son, Theodore MacArthur, enjoyed some time at L.A.’s Coldwater Park today. Theodore explored the sandbox, rode a horse and met a little guy just his size.

He needed a little coaxing to go down a slide that was partly covered at the top, but eventually Theodore conquered that, too. (I remember when my own kids were nervous about tube slides – must be a universal toddler fear.)

By the time they left the park, Ali and son were looking content – and a little tired. Perhaps she was able to get Theodore to take a nap afterward?

See the photos here!


  • It’s okay – come on down! 1 of 8
    It's okay - come on down!
    Ali coaxes her son down the slide.
  • Animal style 2 of 8
    Animal style
    Ali's flats are definitely wild.
  • On his way 3 of 8
    On his way
    Theodore cautiously makes his descent.
  • Saddle up! 4 of 8
    Saddle up!
    Theodore prepares to ride like the wind.
  • Meet and greet 5 of 8
    Meet and greet
    Theodore finds a friend who's also into important things like cars and digging in the sand.
  • Ready to roll 6 of 8
    Ready to roll
    Theodore's little car was just made for pushing through the sandbox.
  • Let’s go! 7 of 8
    Let's go!
    Ali uses the classic mom-tactic: When the car keys come out, that means it's time to hit the road.
  • Happy day 8 of 8
    Happy day
    Portrait of a content mother and child.

[Photos: via PacificCoastNews]

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