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

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!

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  • 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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