Yesterday, Part One of our trip to NYC and today, Part Two :).
Our room was pitch black and we were all asleep on Saturday morning until this little nightlight came on. It was Smith reading his little book. That boy likes school :).
We decided to have Saturday morning brunch at Isabella’s on the Upper West Side. It was cold (in the 40s), but they had heaters on the patio, so we sat outside and people watched while enjoying our food.
My view ahead as we strolled the Upper West Side after brunch…
…and my view down below. One of my very favorite parts about this trip is that Smith held my hand the entire time. He’s still at that sweet age where he’ll hold his mama’s hand…and I know it’s probably just about over. Andrew pushed Ashby in the stroller the whole time and for the most part, Kensington held on to the side of the stroller…and Smith walked with me and held my hand. I love this boy so much.
Lookin’ at the view.
This kid needs to get a personality. #yeahright
A pic with my big girl…
…a pic with my main man…
…a pic with my little girl.
And my boy was…climbing on that big rock.
It was such a beautiful day, so we let the kids play one more time before heading south.
If you can sleep while inside the Midtown Disney Store…you can sleep anywhere. #itssoloudinthere #andcrowded
We left Midtown and headed to the Brooklyn Bridge. We had the best time walking across the bridge!
Just a bunch of crazies on a Saturday afternoon walking over the Brooklyn Bridge!
Hey there Brooklyn!
We heart you!
For dinner, we waited in line at Juliana’s for their delicious pizza. Andrew and I took turns in line (we waited about 45 minutes), while the kids played. Love that view of my little family.
After we came out of the restaurant (full of pizza and apple pie!), we looked at the city in lights.
And then the next morning, we grabbed a quick bite at the airport before flying home.
It was a great trip.
There’s nothing better than traveling with the four people I love the most.
For dinner tonight…
Your family will love it!