Me waiting for Christmas to get here ✨
A little girl came into The Tiny Acorn to buy a bottle of paint and a craft mask which was a total of about $4.50. I saw she only had a crumpled dollar and a few coins so after scanning in her crafts I told her it was only $1.50. BUT THEN because she had a few extra coins she went and bought some feathers and then shorted me on those too 😂 I guess that's what I get for trying to help a girl out
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With the Slackers tree climbers you can pretend you’re Spider-Man too.. unfortunately it only works on trees so the wall climbing and web spinning part is something we’re still working on. 🕷🕸
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Today we popped to @harrods to see the main man himself 🎅🏼👩👧 Harrods has always managed to impress me with their Grotto but I think this was their best year yet! My mother used to take me as a child and now religiously I take Ava. I won’t give out too many spoilers if you’re off to Santa at @harrods but if you do want to see more of our day there’s loads more over on my stories - let’s just say it involves candy coloured Christmas doors, chocolate coins, bubbles and flying swans - probably why @harrods is one of the most luxurious department stores in the world! What..a...special day...and only 37 days to go until the best day of the year!
Ad🎄I’ve got a new Christmas gift guide up on the blog for little girls. I know it’s a big shopping week, so thought I’d give you a sneak peak of some of the items that will be under our tree this year! Evie has a couple of the @lilwoodzeez characters already, but she’s been begging for the family sets and treehouse. I told her she should put them on her letter to Santa and we’ll see what happens!🥰🎅🏼🤶🏻🎄 Check out my IG stories for a closet look!!! #lilwoodzeez#christmasgiftguide#giftsforgirls
FAO Schwarz, the iconic toy store’s flagship Fifth Avenue location. FAO Schwarz is the oldest toy store in the United States and was founded by German immigrant, Frederick Otto Schwarz and his two older brothers in 1894. The shop’s Fifth Avenue flagship store opened in 1986 and its famous grand piano 🎹 was featured in the 1988 movie “Big” with Tom Hanks. This location closed in 2015 due to rising rents but FAO Schwarz has just now reopened (with the grand piano) in Rockefeller Center, just a few short blocks away. We love that you can see the reflection of the Plaza Hotel located across the street, in the massive windows.