Then, she loved the kid area. There were several big kids playing kitchen with the corn and E was so excited to get to play with them, she kept taking the corn out of the pot, running with it, and bringing it back to them.
Saturday morning, E went to Comic Con with dada, she got to see her favorites: the Hulk, Captain America's dada, and Natasha Romanov.
Then, E and I headed downtown to go to tea at American Girl Place. I have been looking forward to taking a daughter there since December of 2008. When I first saw that place, I called Andy and told him we needed a little girl!
So, off we went. The two of us rode the L, walked up Michigan Avenue, stopped to get dada some chocolates (E claimed the white chocolate piece), went to the Disney Store (a new Minnie Mouse and Cinderella came home with us) and got to tea.
Our first stop was back to the bean, E enjoyed it this time, although she didn't want to play in the water at the other part of the park.
The final day of our vacation, dada went back to Comic Con for a little bit and E and I hung around the hotel room. E got to watch "live" TV a few times, instead of the Netflix she's used to. Since she saw Olivia she expected that to be on all the time. She also enjoyed the hotel breakfast, although the said that the cinnamon wasn't as good as the ones at Mickie's. She also loved the evening reception, she got a chance to drink bubbly, and eat what she called a "spicy" snack.
After Comic Con, we went to Momma's con, Stitches Midwest. E was a very good sport, and at first was excited to see the "knitting ladies." They weren't quite what she was hoping for, but she made it through most of the convention anyway.