Monday, June 24, 2013

American Girl Doll Day...



Well today was a very special day for my niece. Sometime back in May she received her first ever American Girl Doll, and today, for a treat, my sister, mother and I went up to the new American Doll store and had lunch and got her some little toys for her doll.  If you're not familiar with the dolls, they're basically a line of dolls which is meant to represent all types of girls from toddlers all the way through puberty. You can literally customise your doll to look exactly like your little girl, right down to wheel chairs, glasses, hearing aids and even what they like to do.  There wasn't one that my niece was really into so they got her Saige who is the special doll this year.  She's only available from January to December 2013.  She looks like this:


Saige is into horses and art.  She also supposedly has auburn hair which I take some issue with (looks brown to me) but anyway. We took my niece along with Saige to the store today and to get some lunch.

Our lunch reservation got messed up but luckily the nice people at the store fit us in.  This was our table setting. SO MUCH PINK. But really cute.  The box you see on the top left is filled with little questions like 
"What is your earliest childhood memory?" 
and
"What would you like to be famous for?"
which you ask your table mates while you wait for your food.  They sell this little game as a keyring in the store.  We had fun going around the table asking all the questions.  


 Everything here is so cute and girly!! I got the tomato soup and grilled cheese.  It's at the top left in this picture. It also came with some fruit. Notice the little star shaped crouton which matches the star logo (also featured on the menu and napkin ring).  For dessert I had some kind of flowerpot mousse. It even had a little flower and two tiny cookies!! The bottom right here is a view of part of the restaurant. Still very pink and girly! One really cute thing is that Saige got her own little chair and food and cup!  The associates were also super duper nice and friendly. 


Cute, right?
 
All in all it was a fun but tiring day!!



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