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Moore Stroller Rides

Moore Stroller Rides

Julianne Moore and director hubby Bart Freundlich take their daughter Liv Freundlich, almost 5, out for a stroll in chilly NYC.

The happy family was spotted in SoHo this afternoon. School was in session for their son, Cal Freundlich, 10.

Julianne, 46, just ended her three-month run in the Broadway play The Vertical Hour yesterday. Her next film, Next, co-stars Nicolas Cage and Jessica Biel and opens April 27. Julianne will play Callie Ferris, a government agent who must use all her wiles to stop a nuclear bomb from detonating in L.A.

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42 Responses to “Moore Stroller Rides”

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  1. 26
    Kelly Says:

    Are you serious? we all know how we become tired walking around alot! But it is not the same with a child ,because they are unable to understand that it’s a normal part of life! If the walks are that long then “Dont bring her” and if you really wanted her to enjoy a nice walk and see nature or whatever( because you see more stuff walking than in a car or a stroller) then you would really have her walking!

  2. 27
    momof1 Says:

    Maybe they don’t have the option of “not bringing her.” Maybe the child does have some kind of physical problem that makes walking long distances difficult or impossible.

    Julianne Moore and her husband are this little girl’s parents, and they make the decisions for her. They aren’t doing anything that will harm her, and I’m sure they put their daughter in a stroller for reasons that make sense to them.

    Go have your own kids and put them in strollers – or not.

  3. 28
    My opinion only Says:

    This is not a good picture of Julianne Moore. She is not aging well. Her face has dropped in the first picture and it appears as if she left her top teeth in the efferdent at home. I am wondering if this is really Julianne Moore or a poor look a like.

  4. 29
    tina Says:

    There child, if they want her in a stroller then thats there decision no one elses, it is not nice when people pass judgement or comment on your children or your parenting skills, as a parent you do whats best for your children and pray that it will be enough.

  5. 30
    Kelly Says:

    momof1! I have a kid!!!

  6. 31
    julie Says:

    Ridiculous!! Kids never will walk any distance if they ar pampered. She’s farr too old to be in the buggy and definately shoul d be walking. In UK she’d be at school for god’s sake!!!

  7. 32
    b Says:

    A) It is NOT a good pic of Julianne. Having seen her up close and personal after “The Vertical Hour” which just closed, she looks fantastic. It was probably her day off from the show, and you try doing 8 shows a week where you’re not home until close to midnight…then still having to be a mommy.

    b) There is nothing wrong with Liv or her ability to walk. She was walking just fine on Sunday after the show. Like others have said, in NYC you WALK and kids get tired easily.

  8. 33
    Kelly Says:

    You people make me sick – who gives a crap if they have her in a stroller or not – get a life and leave these poor people alone – is it really bothering you that much or do you get off on slamming other people and their innocent children. I’ve seen plenty of pics of this family with Liv WALKING in NYC – maybe she was just tired or they were in a hurry and the stroller was faster – WHATEVER THE REASON – WHO CARES??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

  9. 34
    Holly Says:

    Why is this even a subject for debate? If someone wants to put their kid in a stroller for whatever reason, why can’t they do it without being subjected to a barrage of criticism? I have a 5 year old who walks everywhere, hasn’t been in a stroller for more than a year, but we’re about to make an overseas trip and I’m bringing our umbrella stroller with us. The jet lag is hard on kids and sometimes they need to nap during the day to catch up on sleep. It’s easy to do that in a stroller if the rest of the family has enough energy to walk around. (Celebrity kids are often flying back and forth between time zones, too.) I hope no one dares to comment on my 5 year old using a stroller for two weeks because they’ll definitely get a curt “mind your own business” response from me. These “selfish parents who only act out of their own convenience when it should really be all about the kids” comments really rile me up. IMO it’s narrowminded, overly harsh, and vindictive to try to impose that very personal viewpoint on others.

  10. 35
    Amanda Says:

    Its not that they are pushing her, its the size of the stroller. if they were pulling her in a wagon it would be fine, she would fit there, but strollers have certain size and weight limits for a reason. they make strollers for small children for a reason. And honestly, they dont look liek they were in a hurry, would they be walking if they were in a hurry.

  11. 36
    Kat Says:

    that stroller is the Maclaren Volo – it has a 55lb weight limit.

    Honestly, they are probably letting her ride when she wants, walk when she wants, and why not, especially in a busy place like NYC, where not only do they walk a lot, but there are tons of people all the time?

    And the stroller is really easy to manage… it only weighs about 7lbs and comes with a carrying strap for slinging it over your shoulder.

  12. 37
    in your face Says:

    I know where she lives and I am not telling
    Well Liv is fu*king to old to be riding a stroller

  13. 38
    angela Says:

    I have been looking for a stroller for my five year old, but that’s because she can’t run 5 miles a day w/ me….

    Tina, I agree. For the most part, we all do our best, and it’s different for everyone, as it should be.

  14. 39
    Stanley Says:

    Older children do get tired on long days out at theme parks, zoos, holiday resorts, etc. when adults like to walk for a long time or for long distances.
    A stroller can be very useful for carrying bags and when required for the older child. As a child at 9 or 10 I sufferred from aching legs and would have loved a stroller or pushchair but never got one.
    Always get one and let the child decide if he or she wants to use it. It is not uncommon to see, strangely enough more boys than girls, upto young teenage using their younger sibling’s stroller at such places.

  15. 40
    Amanda Says:

    oh my lord ppl mind your own buisness!Liv walks plenty if you haven’t noticed!go to Julianne’s website there are TONS of pics of Liv WALKING!I have rarely seen Liv in a stroller this year(2007) at all,besides we have no buisness saying if her daughter is to old for a stroller its her child she can let her ride in a stroller if she wants!

    also they live in NY they walk ALOT I’ve only seen Julianne in her own car once,they are usually walking,she most always walks Liv home from school,a little child of 5 can easily get tired by walking even a couple blocks,plus children walk slower than adults you can’t spend hours walking home so a stroller is quicker I also believe it is safer for Liv bc there are alot of ppl in NY also well as paparazzi what if she was to be stepped on or hurt?you can’t be to careful.

  16. 41
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