8.26.2015

georgetown...

a few weeks ago we headed to georgetown after being in the city for business. let me just say, georgetown is a game changer. it's completely different than most other parts of dc- and it's awesome! it's quaint and hip and lively. there are shops and restaurants- oh, the restaurants! i have a list of georgetown eats much too long to hit in one night, but hey, at least we got off to a good start...
first up, good stuff! good stuff knows their burgers. and fries! oh, the fries. we also shared a shake and chili... not enough food for 4 people, so mike went back for a second cheeseburger, and the kids inhaled it before we got much of a say in the matter.
i did an independent study and confirmed that cornbread ranks the second messiest food consumed by a toddler. 
have you ever just watched a 2-year-old eat? it's fascinating. it's like they're programed to go at it in the most uncoordinated fashion possible. (kind of like you give them a single chocolate chip, and they manage to get chocolate in their hair, on their hands, face, behind their knees, and all over each piece of lightly colored furniture and bed linen.) 
after dinner, we went to the original georgetown cupcake to share a salted caramel cupcake- it was our second time here (we didn't hit the "original" this first time around), and again, no disappointments. (other than the sharing 1 cupcake situation.) no katherine and sophie though.
after dinner and a little window shopping (georgetown is also home to anthropologie, forever 21 and h&m- all on the same street- which is monumental. dc and shopping do not go hand-in-hand, so this was a thrilling moment for me), we headed to the water for the kids to cool off in the splash pad.
jude kicks ^^ and elle levitates...
after a few meltdowns and "i'm cold!" 's, we decided to call it a night and headed home. if apartments weren't $5,000/month, i would gladly call this awesome little neighborhood home.

1 comment:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
SITE DESIGN BY RYLEE BLAKE DESIGNS