Melania Trump had put the office of the First Lady in high gear by hosting events at the White House and now taking visits to children's hospitals.
The First Lady appeared at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan where she kicked off National Reading Month by reading Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” to a group of brave young fighters.
FLOTUS said that the children's tale was one of her all time favorites that can help youngsters see their potential. When Melania reached a passage about going through a "slump," she took a moment to speak to the children about how sometimes everyone can find a place to go in order to feel better.
She was spotted leaving Trump Tower with a white box filled with Dr. Seuss books wrapped in gold ribbon. Melania also headed to a Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. where she spoke about her faith in the power of nature.
“I am a passionate believer in integrating and interpreting nature’s elements into our daily lives to create a warm, nurturing and positive environment,” said Melania.
The First Lady is known for sharing her opinion on mothering and creating a safe environment for her son Barron. Her main reason for remaining in New York is to ensure that her son is able to have a smooth transition to D.C. without interrupting his schooling and daily schedule.
During her visit, FLOTUS visited a healing garden named after a D.C. philanthropist who planted Morning Glory seeds with sick children.
“I believe that these same natural benefits can be instrumental to enhancing the health and well-being of all children,” she continued in her statement.
Children's National Hospital also hosted Michelle Obama twice during her husband's administration. Back in 2014, she visited to meet with the doctors who were trained to treat ebola during the epidemic that could have spread in the United States.
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