Over the weekend we finally crossed over to to the west side and took Lucas to visit The High Line. I don’t know why we waited so long. Sure it’s a bit touristy and crowded but there’s a good reason for it. The views are spectacular and it’s filled with exciting nooks and grassy areas perfect for toddler exploring. We started off at 28th St. and made our way down to the meat packing district. Somewhere along the walk Lucas started to become extra hyper and I knew it was time for a nap. We were lucky enough to find two empty chaises. The shoes came off and we made ourselves right at home. Within minutes I had a drooling baby on my chest. My city boy can pretty much fall asleep anywhere, anytime. There must be something soothing about all that city noise! Definite highlights were our passion fruit paletas and the water fountain which entertained Lucas for about twenty whole minutes. Looks like we found ourselves a new summer stomping ground.

lucas: tank c/o children of the tribe | shorts c/o appaman | sneakers from converse 
nicole: necklace c/o mourning dove 


Lately we have been spending our afternoons wandering around Central Park. The blooms are in full swing and we are loving every beautiful blossom. I’m hoping for a million more delightful afternoons with my boy this summer.

Oh, and those adorable shorts Lucas is sporing? I’m just a weeee bit obsessed with the brand Children of the Tribe. The collections inspiration is taken from Byron Bay, Australia where the clothing is produced. Think mountains, earth tones, water, and deserts. The fabric is impeccable and the prints are out of this world. Lucas is wearing the dead fish shorts and they are perfection. “We create quality, timeless, stylish clothing for free-spirited little people who love to roam in the sand dunes, day dream in tree tops, and run barefoot through long grass.” Don’t forget play in Central Park 😉 Obsessed! I’m currently drooling over these. Flamingos in NYC? Yes, Please! Shop the whole collection here.

hat c/o sly fox threads | tee from hanes | shorts c/o children of the tribe | sneakers from converse