Hello, lovely readers! Last Thursday, we drove down to the Orlando American Girl Store and meet up with our cousins: Victoria, McKenna and Kit Brooks.
"IT'S THOSE PEOPLE!" Kit yelled when Mother dropped us off in front of the store.
"Kit-a-doodles!" Chrissa said happily.
"Chris!" Kit replied, squeezing my youngest sister in a hug.
"Good to see you again, Victoria." I smiled.
"Same to you, Elizabeth."
"This is so exciting!" Georgia and McKenna squealed in unison. They looked at each other, and laughed.
Then Mother and Aunt Martha walked over.
After all the "hellos" and hugs were finished, Mother said, "Let's go inside, girls!"
(Note: To see any of the pictures larger, just click on the image.)
The first thing we saw when we walked in the door was all the historical displays. It was interesting to see the changes on account of BeForever.
Here's two of the holiday dresses. On the left is the Ruby Red Ballgown, priced at $50 (which is rather expensive, in my opinion), and the Happy Holiday Dress is on the right. It was out of stock at the time, as you can see.
Most of my dresses are from American Girl, but it's still funny to see another girl wearing the same dress as me!
Ah, Samantha's Winter Coat - this is one of my favorites. It's not especially practical in Florida, though.
"Kaya has the coolest tent!" Chrissa said.
"I bet if Elsa build a tent, her's would be cool too." McKenna joked. "Get it? Cool?"
Julie looks a little shady in this picture.
Next, we moved on the the My American Girl section. Below are pictures of the new-ish winter outfits.
"I wonder if any of those gifts actually have anything in them?" Georgia asked.
"Oh, they do." Kit replied confidently. "Boxes!"
"Brilliant, Kit." Chrissa laughed.
Kit flipped her short hair and said in a weird voice. "Thank you, darrrrrrling."
What cute little pets!
Georgia tried on the Silver Shimmer Dress, but decided not to get it.
The other side of the store held a small section for the Girl of the Year, Isabelle.
After we made our purchases (which may have included some Christmas gifts), we stopped at the food court for lunch. McKenna wanted to visit the Disney store, so we pecked in there too.
Then we drove to our cousin's house and spent the rest of the afternoon with them.
We drove home after dinner.
Where's your favorite place to shop?