Hey everybody, I have to give a warning in advance because this blog post is a wee bit on the long side. The really really long side! But I pulled up all the pictures from our trip and their were 500 once I had pared it down to the essentials so really I’m lucky I got it down to this relatively small amount of pictures!
The first day of the show all the vendors got a chance to tour the mansion before the show opened, and let me tell you it was an experience!
All over the property there were these huge old gnarled trees, they were super gorgeous if a little bit of a foreboding sight when it was cloudy!
This cottage was just the perfect size for Lydia!
Hannah had eating a hotdog from a hotdog stand on her bucket list so of course we had to try one!
We went to a fabric called mood that was located in the garment district, this store wasn’t just any fabric store like joannes! This store had three floors and was jam packed with bolts of fabric stacked from floor to ceiling!
My piano teacher told me we had to visit the Steinway & Sons store in New York and I am so glad she told us about it! Every one of the girls got to play for a while but unfortunately there weren’t any piano benches so if our hand posture looks a little funny in these pictures its because it becomes a lot more difficult to play comfortably after about five minutes!
We went to F.A.O. Schwartz where we saw this incredible lego soldier, I don’t even want to think about how much time it took someone to make it!
Saks Fifth Avenue, totally glamorous of course!