With baseball season in full swing, I’m excited to take my son to a few games. It wasn’t too long ago when my husband and I were total rookies at bringing our little boy to sporting events, and I...
The ultimate goal for this Mom? I want my home to feel like an oasis, a place of thoughtful interior design, organization, and beauty. Basically, I want it to look like something out of a magazine all the time...
Baby, it’s cold outside!  You know what that means?  Grab your swimsuit – it is the perfect time of year to visit one of the indoor swimming pools in the DC area.  Swimming is not just a summertime activity. ...
To Homeschool or Not to Homeschool? Since I got married, I have had the desire to homeschool my kids at some point. As a public school Spanish teacher and believer in the power of education, I struggled to decide when...
For many women and families, pregnancy loss is a painful part of family building. We here at DC Moms Blog want to do our best to support families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss. We hope the following...
Like most parents, as soon as I found out that I was pregnant, I ran to the store and got a lot of things that I thought I would need for a new baby in our life.  And also...
Summer Fun at the National Building Museum Each summer, the Great Hall at the National Building Museum transforms into an innovative and interactive Summer Block Party exhibit. Even if you haven't gone to one, no doubt you've seen pictures all...
The physical environment I am in influences my psychological well being. I don’t think this is a profound statement. Of course, it affects everyone. Yet, I have so many friends who are parents who tell me they hate their...
Baskets are a simple, energy-preserving solution to organize We recently moved from a single floor, two-bedroom apartment to a four-bedroom house with three floors. My youngest was about 4 months old, and I was still recovering from the wreckage done...
Hellooooo summer! We will kick off the month with 4th of July celebrations, but there is much fun to be had throughout July. Lots of outdoor adventure awaits your family this month. You could find it touring Maryland farms,...
When it comes to visiting museums with kids in DC, people often flock to the big names: Air and Space, Natural History, American History. But for the last few years, since it's grand renovation and reopening, the oft-overlooked Renwick...
Before becoming a mother, my husband and I loved the freedom we had to jump in the car or on a plane for a last-minute weekend getaway. Post-kids, however, I’ve come to appreciate a simpler form of travel -...
There is a lot of family fun to be had in the Washington, DC area in June. Whether you're looking to learn about history or other cultures, listen to some good music, challenge yourself physically, see the Oscar Meyer...
Teacher Appreciate Week is such a wonderful way to celebrate your child's teacher.  They are with our children all.day.long staying patient, keeping order, and teaching students important stuff!  Here are some useful ideas to show teachers how much we...

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Conrad Washington, DC: Our Much Needed Staycation Destination

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Recently my husband and I snuck away for a luxurious Conrad staycation in Washington, DC. We were instantly reminded of how magical and beautiful downtown DC...