Family Fun At The LA County Fair

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Greetings from the LA County Fair!

It was our first time at the LA fair and it was a blast. All of the attractions were beyond magical to see. Especially when the sunset turned the sky to dusk. Everything lit up and I felt like I was in the fair in Charlotte’s Web or something. I went to the Ventura County Fair a few times before, and this was like 100 times better at least. The attractions and halls were so perfectly detailed. We loved the Alice and Wonderland hall, especially the live rabbits at the Mad Tea Party. There was a Dinosaur exhibit where you got to walk through the dinos and Lila loved it. Even though she wanted to be held the whole time. Last thing that stuck out was the live animals. This part usually bums me out at fairs, but I kid you not these animals were fineeee. Every animal had tons of space and a trainer watching over it. There were lemurs, peacocks, giraffes, monkeys, alligators, parrots- I mean it was crazy. We had such a fun family night and I can’t wait to come back next year. Are you going to the fair this year? Let me know in the comments. ūüôā

Warmly,

Celeste Wright

 

 

*Thank you to the LA County Fair for generously sponsoring this post. We had the best time.

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Fashion Mamas Easter with Ladurée at The Grove

 

Last weekend¬†Lila and I were treated to¬†an exclusive Easter celebration with French luxury bakery¬†Ladur√©e¬†at¬†The Grove. VIP festivities included a bunny petting zoo, crafting, balloons, face-painting, photos with the Easter bunny, mimosas, and of course, Ladur√©e’s iconic macarons.¬†Teak & Lace¬†did an amazing job creating the kids crafting stations, and The Grove put together jam-packed Easter baskets for our little ones.

You can see more on the FM Journal.

 

*Photos by Howl & Rose

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