For breakfast, we headed to Ellen's Stardust Diner.
I had heard from a friend that this was an awesome place to take kids.
HELLO?!?! Home of the singing waitstaff?? DUH! It's going to be awesome.
The waitstaff sings the entire time you are there. It is so fun and awesome. It is a 50s theme diner so that was even more cool.
The girls LOVED it and had the best chocolate chip pancakes EVER.
I had the Brooklyn Bagel. 2 scrambled eggs and bacon with melted american cheese on a toasted bagel with a side of fried potatoes.
On our walk back to the hotel, we found a little place called Caroline's.
Caroline was stoked.
We stopped at M&M's World which was neat. They have every color M&M you can think of.
Of course, we brought home M&M souvenirs.
By the time we got back to the hotel and grabbed our bags, our car was waiting to take us to the airport.
Have I told y'all how much I LOVE a car service? Love.it.
I had been anticipating our flight all morning.
Note to self: Next time I fly, I need heavy medication. Very heavy medication.
I felt like I was going to vomit in this picture. For realz.
When we made it to the airport, I had one mission on my mind... find a beer.
Of course, we were on the side of the airport with NO alcohol. I had to go back through security with 3 kids for Five Guys and expensive beers.
It was worth it. It calmed my nerves.
I was able to get on the plane without feeling like I was going to explode or rip my face off.
I sat with Bug. We sent Beau a selfie to let him know we were coming home. :-)
By this time, I was silently singing in my head... "I'm coming home... coming home... tell the world I'm coming... HOME!"
It was a decent flight. I don't know if it was the alcohol or if it was actually a good flight.
There were clouds right below us the whole time which was a huge plus for me.
I am crazy. I know.
We had a rough landing. Imagine this... you are on a roller coaster that keeps dropping and a boat that is rocking back and forth. That was our landing.
This cute little nugget...
... blew chunks all over everywhere when we landed.
The pilot even came out and personally spoke to us. He jokingly said, "If you had had a better pilot, this would have never happened."
We were back on NC soil.
We missed New York already but we were ready to see Beau.
Guess what I saw as soon as I got back home and ran to the grocery store?
A truck full of dead chickens.
I was definitely not in New York anymore.
Welcome home, Hailey. Welcome home.
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