Thursday, March 26, 2009

D.C.

The Heller family just got back from a lovely trip to Baltimore and the Washington D.C. area. It was surreal to be there. It brought me back to my 8th grade Washington D.C. trip.

We took a cold walk around the capital building...

And checked out Union Station...

Dave's Uncle Jim got to meet Lucy for the first time...

We had to bundle her up because Baltimore was still quite chilly. Doesn't she look pretty in pink?

11 comments:

Rebekah said...

She is a BEAUTY!!! I am SO SO SO sad I won't be able to make the show next week. This is the closest you've ever been to Philadelphia and I would love to come down and see you, but I am a director of a play and opening night is the next day so I can't miss....However, I'm still glad to know you are making your way east! We LOVE LOVE LOVE you over here!!! :)

kati said...

lucy is stunning. so beautiful. looks like a great trip! my sister lives there and so far i haven't been able to visit yet. i am so anxious to!

The Porter Family said...

She is so pretty. Seriously. Looks like you guys had fun!

littleskipper.com said...

I remember that DC trip! It was so fun! Lucy is darling. I love seeing pictures!

Mom said...

Wonderful pictures! The photo of Lucy wrapped in the blanket is so adorable...Karen Cormia said that Lucy looked like a beautiful tulip! I am so excited to see my granddaughter TOMORROW!!!

Mary said...

I live nere DC! you should have visetted@!!!!!


i love you gys

-Mary

Stacy Barrett said...

JJ - I can't get over how cute she is! Looking forward to hopefully seeing you guys soon.

xoxox,
Stacy

Pauly said...

I think we went to Union Station with the Weitzens when they were just redoing it. Maybe David remembers ...

Sarah S said...

look at her little cheeks filling out!!!

René Smits said...

She is beautiful! I love her bubbles too.

I sure wish you'd come to Wisconsin -- Appleton Alliance Church would love to have you!

Rene

Jessica Rayborn said...

while you were in DC we left Virginia and headed to Nashville. Dang, we just missed one another. Otherwise we could have come to say hello to you while in DC. Maybe another time!