She's a doll and truly one of the happiest babies I've ever been around. We had so much fun being with her and her mom and dad. During the weekend we pretty much stuffed our faces with all my favorite NYC foods: bagels and dirty water dogs, cookies from Levain Bakery and pizza. Good Lord the pizza. Oh and the Shake Shack. Holy cats... The Shake Shack. I'd like to give a pat on the back to Mr. Shake and his Shack. Good job my friend. My very favorite was dinner at Frankie Spuntino's on Hudson Street in the City. Frankie Spuntino's is maybe my favorite restaurant in the entire world. It's just a very special place. The food (Roast Beef, Pepperochini and Red Onion Sandwich to start because why not? and the Sausage Cavatelli), the wine (Lambrusco) and the music (always, always Grateful Dead) all together made the little foodie in me simply become... overwhelmed.
Scott does what Scott does and made sure every single minute of our visit was taken up with seeing or doing something new. What I love about being in the City with Scott is that even though he's lived there for over 30 years, he still acts like everything is brand new to him. He's proud of that town and I get that because I'm proud of mine too.
Scott and Emily live in Hoboken which I guess if I was gonna live in NYC that's where I would live to. The views are stunning from over there.
When we got to the City that day the first thing we did was walk through the new terminal at the World Trade Center. To say that it is breathtaking is an understatement. It very well may be the grandest building I've ever walked through in my life.
Next we took the kids through Times Square. We went to Hershey and the M&M's store.
We ended the day by going to Broadway and seeing the "School of Rock". It was fantastic!! Big and Lil' loved it and now I think I'll be able to get them to another show.
Somehow, someway Scott arranged for us to take a helicopter ride around the City. It was incredible to see things from that vantage point. I'll never forget it and I'm pretty sure the kids won't either.
What I also love about the World Trade Center terminal is that from the outside, it looks like angel wings. See? It's the white thing in the middle.
Big even got the chance to fly! It was an unbelievable day. We also made sure to hit up Central Park.
We all missed Daddy and it was so weird without him but this was truly the best trip to NYC we have ever had.