He scooted closer and closer to this little girl to get a peek at her doll. She even let him pat her. Haha! I think it's hilarious and adorable that my baby boy loves baby dolls and real babies too. It's really sweet to see.
This picture is from Monday night when we got to the apartment. They were watching a movie and trying to hold their eyes open long enough to eat dinner. Zach had trouble going to sleep and woke up at 4:30am for the day! We watched a movie and played in our room until a decent hour. Later that morning the boys got haircuts. I wasn't planning on cutting his hair but Erin offered/insisted on paying (so nice!) so I just couldn't pass it up. MF did really well but Zach cried hysterically the whole time. As soon as I took him out of the seat, he was totally happy and gave the lady who cut his hair a hi five. Ha! Crazy kid!
After that, we went to Chelsea Market and had lunch, then the boys picked out cupcakes!
That was a big hit :) We went to kidville again and got some energy out.
Then, played with toys at the toy store. Zach loved slinky dog! He is all about Toy Story right now. He calls it something like Oy Tssie :)
Wednesday morning, we took the subway to the Central Park Zoo and Zach absolutely loved when he got to pet the animals!
After that, Erin and I had some coffee and the boys had a snack. Then, we went to FAO Schwartz.
That afternoon, I took the boys to the park and they had a blast! Zach got sand in his eyes but recovered fairly quickly.
After the park, we had dinner at Gigimo's - our favorite pizza place across from the park. The boys called it a pizza party. They drank out of real glasses and stayed in their seats the whole time! We had such a great time, MF begged to go back the next night - so we did :)
Some other things we did were paint piggy banks and secret containers, walk MF's dog, and play around the apartment. The morning we left, the boys were really fussy and hard to manage. But, I did get a couple pictures that would make you think otherwise.
We had such a great time! I can't believe I'm getting a paycheck to go on vacation practically. Erin is a fantastic hostess and spent a lot of time with us doing fun things and drinking wine with me. Best. Job. Ever.