Ben and I took a trip to New York this past week. It all started with us missing our flight! Ben melted the wheel on my cute luggage from running so fast! After we arrived it was an absolutely perfect trip, up until realizing we left the camera in the back of a taxi, with all the lovely fall photos of baby and hubby and central park, and cool buildings and bums, and food and grand art! Sick I say, just sickening! oh well, Its ALWAYS an adventure with Benny boy! we just have to laugh because we must be the luckiest of the unluckies!
The Met was astounding! The galleries were gorgeous, I want to live in ABC home! and the Chelsea Market was something any foodie would get butterflies at! We took advantage of the fresh seafood market with some fabulous sushi, followed with the most amazing thick, dark, hot chocolate ever! Not to mention that huge all kinds of chocolate chip cookie that I happened to get all over my shirt. I had my camera around my neck and somehow dropped some chocolate from the cookie on it, and as it swung back and forth it made a nice poo like smudge all over the front of me! Just happened to realize right in front of Anthropologie, which was convenient to purchase a top to put on for our stroll on the Highline. Pure bliss! but still can't get over those sweet photos I got of Miles sitting in some pumpkins with his beanie on!
Mom watched the girls and when we got home they ran straight for Ben, not me, guess I could have stayed longer, hmmmm next time perhaps.
These photos were taken on my iphone.
View of a template to look through and match up the buildings from the skyline.
This was the coolest clothing store (All Saints). It had like a thousand old singer sewing machines lining the windows and walls.
Still can't figure out what is going on with this animal!
These are some of my favorite works from the Met.
This is a scary photo for halloween, my almost 6 month old boy looks like a 4 year old and Ben's eye
from the flash looks red and ready to eat miles chub! we were in the most amazing Thai restaurant called Tao.