Then we headed over to Crate & Barrel just for fun and she pulled out a chair, sat at a desk and declared “I’m working” and pretended to type. When we told her that it was time to go she said “I busy mommy.” Maybe she’s building a strong work ethic? Ha.
We ate lunch at Escalantes (their shrimp tacos were on point) and Harper surprisingly enjoyed the salsa which was moderately spicy. She actually ate it both with and without chips with pure delight.
After lunch we visited Pottery Barn Kids where this little one became attached to a cash register and collected money in a tea cup. She also kept declaring “it’s mine” with a confused face whenever she saw something she owned. Explaining to an almost two year old that the “neigh neigh” and stroller were indeed the ones she has, but not hers…
Today we had a play date with Amanda, Ben and Cami and the girls had fun making tea, putting on necklaces, coloring and causing chaos. We ended up packing up a lot of toys Harper doesn’t play with a ton to give our play area a little more breathing room.
And before I go, I’ll share a few recent additions to Harper’s closet and bow collection! I realized this weekend that I still had so many bow headbands that Harper won’t wear as headbands, so I got out my glue gun and some double pronged clips I got on amazon and made all of her bows into clips so she can wear them again. Yay!
I also got these bows in the mail Saturday from the shop Free Babes and oh my goodness they are too cute for words. They have this sweet almost vintage vibe to them and I absolutely love them on Harper.
I forgot to share a few items I picked up for Harper at Target and Baby Gap recently— how cute?!