Spring Break in Washington D.C. Part 1

For Spring Break our family went to Washington D.C.
Chris' brother and his family live about an hour out of the city and we
were grateful we could stay and visit with them too.
Cousin Time is always the Best Time!

Day 1: Ford's Theatre, Shake Shack, International Spy Museum, Smithsonian Museum of Art

We were evacuated from the theatre since the fire alarm went off.
We never knew why. The kids thought it was terrorism.
But we were all safe, and we exited calmly out of the building.

 This was the bed he died on.
He was too tall, they had to lay him diagonally.
He was shot at night in the the theatre,
and died the next day in the house across the street.
 These are all the books that have ever been written about Abraham Lincoln.
I would love to read one, I just don't know which one.
Any suggestions?
The International Spy Museum was just ok for us.
It got lots of great reviews and was on most must-do lists in D.C.
Most museums are FREE, this one wasn't.
Here's some art we saw in the Smithsonian Art Museum:
 I loved seeing Joseph Smith Jr. in the National Portrait Gallery
 These stripes were AMAZING!
I loved them!

A Sculptures of my Boys!

Day 2: Natural History Museum, Castle, American Indian Museum, Air and Space Museum

This is as close as we go to our President.
It was very, very rainy on this day!

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