Gavin and his mom spent the day at the museums; both the Met and MoMA while I was at work. But Gavin made kept me updated on how the day was going.
When I left work, it was snowing. Gavin and his mom were exhausted from the museum so we decided to meet at the apartment and order in some Thai food.
We juiced while we waited. Mrs. Thomas found a recipe in The Juicing Bible for fatigue, which we all were certain we were experiencing so we made that one: strawberries, orange and carrot. So good.
Madison took a nap. I couldn’t resist taking a photo of her, as per usual.
Finally, our food arrived.
We watched Parks & Recreation on Netflix and then went to bed.
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On Thursday, Gavin’s mom came to visit us. She arrived in the afternoon and both Gavin and his mom came to visit me at work. They came just in time. We were finishing up a birthday party (ahem, meeting.) Gavin picked up a cupcake before we headed downstairs on the tour. I showed his mom around while he talked to everyone he knew.
After that, we walked over to the East side to Cafe Habana for some amazing corn on the cob and sandwiches.
Gavin would’ve smiled but he really wanted to eat so he made this face instead.
Once dinner was done, we took the D train up to Rockefeller Center. We saw that and Radio City Music Hall. It was cold so we had to duck inside for some pastries at Magnolia Bakery– to save ourselves from frostbite, of course.
Some blueberry cheesecake made its way home with us.
Mmm mmm good.
Gavin’s mom brought us some presents. One was a candle in coffee beans (Pinterest idea.)