Angelle Smith Baugh

Angelle Smith Baugh
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Born and raised on the bayou in South Louisiana, Angelle moved to DC for undergrad at Georgetown. After working on the Hill and Disney's government relations office, Angelle traded-in her Mickey Mouse ears for law school at GW. An election law and white-collar defense attorney at Covington & Burling, Angelle's other full-time job is mom to twin toddlers Emma and Evan (2016). She and her husband Jordan live on Capitol Hill/H Street, where the twins excitedly yell "choo choo" every time they see the streetcar. In her spare time, Angelle scours the internet for coordinating smocked clothing for her twins and dreaming about the international family travel she will do once Emma and Evan learn to sleep or watch feature-length movies on a plane. All posts are her own views.

Trains to See, Trains to Ride: The Ultimate Guide to Trains in the Washington,...

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All aboard! Very few things excite both my son and daughter quite like a train. And, the DC area has no shortage of full scale and miniature trains for kids to see, ride, and...

Washington, DC Area Holiday Train Guide

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It's the time of the year for your little train engineer to enjoy holiday trains in and around Washington, DC, this holiday season. Many of the trains featured in the DC Area Moms' Trains...

Back to School Pictures: The Quick and Easy Way

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It is officially back to school time in the District, Maryland, and Virginia. While getting uniforms, backpacks, and lunch boxes ready to go, don’t forget about back to school pictures. Or the very first day...
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Favorite DC Area Ice Cream Shops

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It’s hot out and the perfect time to treat yourself (and your kids) to ice cream! We talked to several local moms about their favorite neighborhood ice cream shops. These scoop shops have been...

How to Celebrate Mardi Gras (Or Any Tradition) With Kids in DC

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Ready to celebrate Mardi Gras in DC? One of the many things I love about DC is the notion that it is full of transplants. So many of us were born and raised somewhere...

Winter Indoor Swimming: Where to Swim Indoors in the DC Area

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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...

Capitol Hill Neighborhood Guide

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We are grateful for the sponsor of this Capitol Hill Neighborhood Guide: Vassar Broermann Group who are expert realtors in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia areas. Integrity is the hallmark of Todd and Eric’s client-focused real estate...

Jump Off the Walls at Flight Adventure Park in Springfield

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Have you ever seen a room with fifty trampolines?  When the manager at Flight Adventure Park in Springfield, Virginia asked this to my five year olds, their eyes lit up. With the temperatures soaring, we...

My School DC Common Lottery: A First Timer’s Guide

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The My School DC common lottery, aka the DC public and charter school lottery, closes March 1, 2021 for PK-3 — Grade 8. I knew about the DC school lottery before my twins were...

How To Celebrate Mardi Gras At Home

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Mardi Gras is an annual celebration at our house. We share our Louisiana heritage and customs with friends in DC. We also partake in Mardi Gras celebrations around the District before traveling to the...

Halloween Movies for Kids

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Halloween is a big deal in our house. We are constantly making Halloween crafts and are keeping our social distance at multiple pumpkin patches across the DMV this year. We are also big fans...

Flower Crafts: Make Your Own May Flower Garden

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April showers bring May flowers. With the stunning blooming flowers around H Street and Capitol Hill as inspiration, we are making our own indoor May flower garden with flower crafts while continuing to shelter...

4 Easy Easter Bunny Crafts to Do at Home

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With Easter plans officially scrapped, it is time to focus on decorating our house for the most festive, socially distant, self-isolated Easter possible. How are we going to do this? Easter bunny crafts. My nearly...
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Celebrate Mardi Gras in DC in 2020

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It’s Carnival time, and -- everybody’s havin’ fun!  You don’t have to be in Louisiana to let the good times roll and pass a good time for Mardi Gras.  There are lots of ways...