I love breakfast. If I could choose, I would have breakfast for all three meals of the day. With kids though, we have rarely made it out to any nice breakfast joints. Normally, we settle for lunch but with family in town, we opted to go to breakfast at a popular join on the Hill called Ted's Bulletin. We underestimated just how popular (and small) this place was... and ended up waiting an hour and a half for breakfast. On the bright side, my dad was flying in from LA on a red eye flight, so he was making his way to us as we waited. He arrived just in time to sit and eat with everyone!
|homemade pop-tarts.. one for each kid|
|when your meal matches your outfit|
|cinnamon roll as big as your noggin|
|Ted's Bulletin on 8th by Eastern Market|
|all the stuff on the board! I have never seen it like this!|
My dad was tired from his red eye flight, so he went home after the American History Museum. Since all my photos are from his camera, there are no more photos from that, or our jaunt home to grab dinner and then home.
On his way home, he walked by this Church that is a block away from our house. It sits on the corner of the street. He also snapped some other shots of Capitol Hill that I'll also leave here. The clouds cleared up a bit despite the still cold weather, but we were just grateful the snow stopped as we've heard that the brick roads can become VERY slippery, to the point where you are holding onto the iron gates everywhere you walk.