Last week, we ventured over to the National Geographic Museum to see the Spinosaurus exhibit going on right now. Fox is a big dinosaur fan and wanted to bring his toy dinosaur with him to see the dinosaurs at the exhibit. So cute. Unfortunately, he ended up forgetting his dinosaur at home at the last minute:(
Another misfortune: we, unintentionally, arrived at the museum ten minutes before closing:(
So we just walked around for the few minutes we were allotted and saw full-scale models of the Mars rovers. So cool. For some reason, I always thought they were a lot smaller. Fox was a big fan. He REALLY wanted in there. Along with dinosaurs, this kid is also a fan of robots:)
The rest of the evening was spent searching for a yummy place to eat to help celebrate ...me! We found out on our way to the museum that a job, which I had recently applied for, offered me the position. In the end, I decided not to take the job, but for that night we celebrated the good news. Our yummy food search led us to Chop't. It was our first time there and it was sooooo good. And they washed Sloane's pacifier for us when she dropped it on the floor. Good people at that Chop't.
Just a fun, simple night. It's really hard for us to do much sightseeing lately -we still haven't figured out the double-stroller/bus situation yet. And with Fox usually refusing to hold our hands when we're by busy streets, we often end up carrying both kids, which we can only do for so long. So our trips around DC seem to always be very short. We're thinking of picking up an umbrella stroller to help with our excursions. We figure one of those shouldn't be hard to bring on the bus with us. Cross your fingers with us that Fox will enjoy riding in it while we're out and about -I really don't want Camaron and me to end up carrying both kids AND a little stroller:/ Any tips?