11.29.2012

Scenes from the weekend.

Emily and I declared last Saturday a girls' day. We spent the day wandering up and down Fifth Avenue and shopping around the city. We admired the breathtaking windows at Bergdorf's, looked at diamonds in evergreen-lined windows, and scored the coolest brown snakeskin-print motorcycle jacket for $12 at Gap Kids. The Christmas decor that lined Fifth was beautiful, and Emily eagerly stopped at each display and took it all in. After a snack in Rockefeller Center, we hopped downtown and got her her first pair of Chucks before meeting Brian for a late lunch at Le Pain Quotidien. I couldn't have imagined a better outing. 

About an hour into our day together, Emily turned to me and said, "We should make this our tradition." I smiled and asked her what she meant, and she quickly replied, "Our girls' day the Saturday after Thanksgiving. It should be our tradition." I told her I couldn't agree more. And so a new tradition was born. 


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6 comments :

  1. That sound you just heard?

    YEAH, that was the sound of my heart bursting into PIECES!

    Heh heh. (But also: sniff!)

    That is too sweet, Daina. What a wonderful moment, and I love that you captured it so that one day in the future Emily can go back to this post and see how your tradition started.

    Aw.

    Beautiful photos, by the by. (DUH!)

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  2. So sweet! What a perfect tradition for you two - I bet the stores around 5th avenue are absolutely magical this time of year :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  3. What a sweet girl! How blessed you must be to have such a wonderful relationship with her!

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  4. Aww how adorable!! I love making new traditions! It sounds like you two had an awesome day :)

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  5. Love this post Daina and love all those beautiful colors in that first photo! Breathtaking. Is this your niece with you? :)

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  6. Girls day the Saturday after Thanksgiving sounds like a fantastic tradition to start! Magical things can happen this time of year on 5th Avenue between 58th and 34th Streets. Those windows at Bergdorf Goodman are incredible! I loved reading this post, thanks for sharing it! Pug hugs from Mamma Biscuit! xo

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