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Ever since the weather got nice in New York (by nice I mean no longer cold!) It has been raining every weekend.

Esme’s party was supposed to be outside but then the night before, the weather said it was going to rain! So the party was moved indoors! And then, of course,  it decided not to rain! But it was hot, so it was nice that the party was inside with Air conditioning!

Esme’s 3rd Birthday was a Dragon theme! (Her 2nd birthday was cats!)


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PINIMAGECupcakes are so much easier than cakes! Especially to hand out to the kiddos!
PINIMAGEPINIMAGEPINIMAGEPINIMAGEIt’s also fun to watch little ones eat cupcakes!

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All the kids also got Dragon Costumes!

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Maybe timing will work out andI’ll see Esme’s on her 4th birthday! Can’t wait to see what her theme will be next year!
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Chrissy Kim

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I’ll be in New York for a few more weeks until I go back home to San Diego, so I booked a few family portraits during my time left here.I had a to reschedule a few due to the rain but I was able to get the Northrop Family photos done in between the rain!

I enjoy doing shoots at Cobble Hill Park because not only is there greenery, but you also get some colors due to the homes right next to the park.

Anyways, here are some photos of the Northrops!


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It was Mothers Day, so a set of grandparents were in town and we were able to get some shots in with them too!
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PINIMAGEPINIMAGEPINIMAGEPINIMAGEPINIMAGE‘Til next time!

 

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Chrissy Kim

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The weather in New York City has finally gotten better (yay! no more winter!- but we kind of went straight to summer. However, as I am writing this, there’s a rainstorm happening), so a trip to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to see the Cherry Blossoms was a must!

Let me just let you know, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden gets busy! When I first walked in, there were so many people under the trees taking photos. I was there for maybe 2 hours, and was able to take a few quick snaps when i noticed the entry was not too busy.

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And then of course I also had to have someone take a photo of me in my “go to” pose. (Basically the only yoga pose I can do that looks pretty)

PINIMAGEI went with my nephew and met up with his friends. And we were trying to pick the pretty flowers off from the floor to fill up our buckets.
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We parked near the Brooklyn Museum, so of course more photos were needed.

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Even though I’ve lived in New York for 2 years, I need to explore a little bit more before I go back home in a few weeks!

 

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Chrissy Kim

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The Egg House is an egg themed pop up in New York City.

I saw an ad for it while scrolling through facebook, and because I am in New York right now, I thought I should go check it out!

My ticket was $18, and I brought my nephew along. Because he’s under 3 years old, he was able to go in for free with me.

I picked the first time slot of the day, so there weren’t too many people when we got in.

And of course I made him take photos!


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He saw the ball pit, and of course immediately wanted to go in.

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We spent a good 30-40 mins in the ball put as he was jumping in and having loads of fun (as any toddler would in a pool full of plastic balls)
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I can’t wait to check out another pop up!

 

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Chrissy Kim

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