On Sunday we set out to spend the day at the Autry Museum, because on the first full weekend of every month museums offer free admissions to Bank of America cardholders and because Ji was wearing her cute Minnetonka boots that seemed fitting for a day of American West history. But first, we drove North on Los Feliz boulevard to find a place to eat. While at a red light I quickly spotted a wall full of hearts. I made mental note to have the hubby stop there after breakfast but he quickly read my mind and mentioned that we needed to stop there for some cool pictures for the blog. He’s a fast learner!
We decided on Mimi’s Café. I love Mimi’s because they serve delicious comfort food plus they have an all day breakfast menu. We were told the wait would be about 15-20 minutes so we headed outside to enjoy the sun and their charming home-like exterior. Our wait ended up being less than 5 minutes! My type of place 😉
Ji had puppy griddlecakes with a side of fresh fruit.
The hubby and I had a hearty breakfast and delicious mango mimosa.
♥HEARTS♥ on ♥HEARTS♥ on ♥HEARTS♥ on ♥HEARTS♥
Ji really loved this wall! She was having a blast pointing out all the colors and sizes while the hubby and I took pictures of/with her.
I especially loved this mural because the night before someone had asked me what it felt like to be a mother. My response was that it felt like an overwhelming feeling of love that took over my body and soul. These hearts with my baby standing there taking it all in was a perfect visual for my feelings♥♥♥
Daddy was loving all the attention too…
As I went through my camera roll to pick pictures for this post I realized that this definitely is not our first breakfast/mural Sunday morning trip. I can’t wait to share more of them with you!
What are your Sunday morning rituals? I would love to hear about how other families spend their Sundays!
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Con mucho AM♥R,
Hearts Mural is located at the corner of Los Feliz Blvd and Brunswick Ave