Friday, October 15, 2010

Washington DC

The White House
Daddy and his girls




Sweet Girl








Mommy and Britt in front of Washington Monument












Barefoot Ellie







Me and Ellie in front of the Monument









Britten taking it all in








WWII Memorial...the pictures don't do it justice. It is beautiful!










Ell and Daddy











The statues at the Korean War Memorial












Korean War Memorial













I love how you can see the capital in the distance














The Steffens girls















The Lincoln Monument from the front
















Lincoln Monument...so cool!!

















The first lady that we asked to take our picture in front of Lincoln...umm she didn't do to well. The second lady seemed to get it more.


















The family with Honest Abe



















Soldiers in front of Vietnam Memorial




















All the names...so thankful





















Vietnam Memorial






















Me posing by the monument























Washington Monument at night




We had such a great time last month on our trip to D.C. last month. This was our first time to experience the city, and we fell in love with it. There was so much to do, and I feel like we didn't even put a dent in what the city had to offer. All the memorials and monuments were awesome. We didn't have our camera with us the day we say the Jefferson Monument, but it was equally impressive. We also were able to experience the zoo, and a few of the Smithsonian Museums. We are only 4 hours away, so we hope to make the trip again soon. The girls really liked it. It was neat to be able to teach Britten about our country's history. She really took an interest in it. Ellie was just glad to be there.
Justins eye surgery went well while we were there. I was a little nervous because I knew that I would have to drive, but it wasn't all that bad. He went on on a Wednesday morning and had his eyes lasered (not sure if this is a word?). It was cool because the girls and I were able to watch the whole procedure on a screen. The surgery went really fast...and he was ok that day. The next few days were a little rough on him. He was really sensitive to light and had to put tons of eye drops in. He is still not 100% with his vision, but it is getting better every day. No more glasses for Justin!




















2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome pictures. Glad you got to go and see everything. Makes you thank God that we live in the United States. The girls are getting prettier every day.
Love and miss y'all,
Pop Pop

Dustin and Allyson Wall said...

What a fun trip!! The family pic at the Lincoln Memorial cracks me up!!