boutique girls clothing for fall 2013), Peter and I felt that we owed the girls a weekend of our undivided attention and fun. So, first thing on Saturday, we took them to downtown Tampa where we visited Glazer Childrens Museum. I was a little unsure about going there at first. We used to visit the museum quite often when Jules was younger, but haven't been back since before Emma was born. I was afraid that Emma is too young to enjoy the museum. But I was wrong. Both Emma and Little Jules had a blast! Emma's favorite spot was, of course, the ball pit and Jules enjoyed the restaurant area where she made yummy pizza for Peter and I.
Before and after the museum, we enjoyed beautiful weather on the green river-view area in front of the museum. You can tell Jules was having so much fun! She was running, swirling, jumping, rolling in the grass and making her little sister laugh.
Little Joule Croquet dress, but I could only imagined how cute it would look on. Jules got so many complements on her dress! What's more important, this dress is so soft and comfortable, so twirly and sweet, and Jules absolutely loved it!
On Sunday, Jules wore a Paper Wings outfit (which was a mix of a spring tee and fall leggings) paired with our favorite Livie & Luca shoes - Buck boot in pink shimmer. Paper Wings has always been one of our favorite brands. Most garments are made of 100% organic cotton and feature intricate, whimsical prints that Jules loves to look at. Emma wore a cute pant set from Flit & Flitter.
We just got our bicycle trailer, so we took the girls on their first ride. We rode to downtown where we stopped for coffee and snacks and then dropped by a local thrift store/gift shop. At the shop Jules found a cute beaded butterfly purse, you can tell she was excited about it. Thanks for looking!