Friday, February 21, 2014

National Postal Museum & Crepe's

Me & the boys met up with a couple of my sweet friends from church, Ali & Heather and their little ones. We couldn't resist bringing our seven kids to the district for an outing on this gorgeous day. Even though it drizzled, it was 60 degrees. I wasn't about to let a warm day go to waste. We decided to visit the National Postal Museum. I had no preconceived notion of what it would be like. I was pleasantly surprised. Parking was fairly easy. ($10 for 4 hours in the meter) There were so many fantastic activities for kids. Joey and his friends got to choose their own stamp collection, write postcards, and track packages. It wasn't your typical DC museum, it was much more interactive. The only draw back was there was no place to sit and eat our lunch. We decided to walk across the street and head over to Union Station for Crepe's. I wasn't complaining!! Our crepe maker, Mario, was so sweet. He loved how interested our little ones were in his crepe craftsmanship, that he gave the boys a nutella, strawberry, and banana crepe at no cost. What a doll! Overall, our Friday outing was a success! Can't wait for the next one. 

Sneaking a snack in while the guards weren't looking. 

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