…New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of
There’s nothin’ you can’t do!
Now you’re in New York;
These streets will make you feel brand new
Big lights will inspire you!
Let’s hear it for New York, New York, New York…
Last week I had the awesome opportunity to attend a Tommee Tippee press event in New York City with other fabulous digital women. I can’t wait to tell you all about the incredible lineup of products; the science and ingenuity that go behind the brand – even about how my ovaries ached when confronted with baby monitors, sippy cups and breast pumps.
(To tell the truth; before the press trip, I knew very little about Tommee Tippee. And now I’m quite the #fangirl.)
My wrap up of the event – and all the juicy information about Tommee Tippee products – is certainly on its way. In the meantime, I’d love to share some phone pics that I randomly snapped throughout the day. Oh yes – did I mention we had over 6 hours to ourselves to pound the pavement? Let’s just say a crisp, fall afternoon in Manhattan is definitely my cup of tea.
Random pictures ahead… first, our view from the condo where the event was held, followed by street shots.
(Since someone will likely want to know, I have a Motorola XT860 4G. Yes, it takes ridiculously good photos.)
A trip to the American Girl store *almost* makes me want a little girl. I say almost, because of course I zeroed in on this instructional video – which offers styling tips and tricks for your DOLL’s hair. I can honestly say that I’d rather push bulldozers with the boys than sit through a video like this.
Then we had to hit Saks, of course. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… and of course that means dressing warm. Couldn’t resist the $595 fur hat… it’s a “maybe”.
Also had a Seinfeld-esque moment outside Botticelli. GAIL (to Elaine): Nice shoes! ELAINE: Oh. Thank you. GAIL: Where’d you get ’em? ELAINE (modest): They’re um, Botticelli’s. GAIL (impressed): Ooh, Botticelli’s! Look at you! I’m afraid to go in there. ELAINE: Really.
Above: Finished the day with two minutes of “Home Alone 2” at Rockafeller Center. Many thanks to Tommee Tippee for extending an invitation that was so much more than a press event. In a word, it was awesomesauce.