Monday, June 19, 2017

Father's Day Brunch At Bubby's!

Out of all the weekends we wanted to go to New York it had to rain. It just had to rain, but we didn't let that stop us from having a good time to take Jon out for a Father's Day brunch in the city. We were lucky enough to have arrived at Bubby's before it began to pour, and were hoping that the rain would subside so we could galavant on foot all over the city, but to no avail. It was a probably a good thing that the rain came, and that we didn't spend the entire day in New York because later on that evening the kids had a talent show to attend to at our church.  Luckily we found free parking less than a block away where we could run, and jump in the car right quick. Nonetheless we enjoyed the day eating good food, laughing, and talking about how dad used to do this, and that, and all the "remember when" stories about Jon. 

  Huevos rancheros and chocolate chip pancakes for Noah for the win! 

 Eggs Benedict with the Hollandaise sauce on the side. Chelsea loved her stack of Nutella pancakes, and Lexie was drooling over her market omelet! 

We hung out  for a while after we ate, but came to reality and realized that this rain wasn't going to stop. After all we are in new york where the weather is unpredictable. We killed a bit of time by going to the basement where Bubby's has a vintage photo booth, and took pictures. It was so much fun trying to squeeze all of us in, but we couldn't. I barely could get Noah to fit in with me, and Jon, and then the girls, and Noah took separate photos together. It was a hilarious blast, especially when I managed to capture a short video of Jon and Noah making goofy faces in the booth. It is the cutest thing I've ever seen, and already want to relive these moments.  
So lucky to have this man in our life, and am so grateful for the hard working, always loving man that he is. It truly was a beautiful weekend in treating him like a king. 
Hope all you amazing dads out there had a wonderful Father's Day!  

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