What I love most about this year’s Fathers day was the pure spontaneity of our day. After spending months planning and prepping for Olivia’s 3rd birthday, and so many other birthday parties this month, I was too worn out to make a solid Father’s day agenda. Since Antz is mellow by nature and doesn’t like a big fuss, we decided to just hop in the car and see where the road takes us. We didn’t want to go to our usual spots since holidays bring crowds so we ventured out past our neighborhood for brunch. Lucky we ended up at one of our favorite places to eat and we made it in time before the rush.
|Pappa & Liv|
|It may be heart attack inducing but it’s so amazingly yummy!|
After we stuffed our faces with delicious chicken and waffles we drove to Manhattan beach and hit the parking jackpot *free parking close to the beach is impossible* We hung out on the beach for a few hours, enjoying the sun and watching Liv play in the sand.
|This lady is growing up so fast|
Before we could get sunburned, we headed over to check out the newly renovated Echo Park Lake. It was packed with people but we found parking. Sadly the ducks haven’t returned to the lake yet but it was wonderful seeing the clean *although artificially blue* water and the beautiful landscape *let’s hope it stays clean*
So that sums up our Father’s day, easy peasy we couldn’t have asked for a lovelier day or a lovelier Pappa.