February 2019 iPhonetography

February bought (a little) snow to these parts, which was thoroughly enjoyed by our 3 year old!  But the cold weather also meant that we were inside for much of the month, aside from our daily walks to preschool and work.  Mostly time spent continuing to unpack the remaining boxes, reading lots of (children’s) books, and cooking more food!

February was pretty boring, I guess — good thing I have two kids to fill these photo spots.  (Note to self: take more pictures of my dog and cat to fill the bland months, too!)

1) A Ryan-requested photo shoot with little sister on the couch in his preschool classroom.
2) We went to the Philadelphia Auto Show with friends, which was the highlight of Ryan’s month.  He pretend to drive so many cars!
3) Our little bean turned 10 months old!  Always happy and smiling, despite hand foot mouth, ear infections, and croup.
4) Ryan’s favorite morning activity is trying on our shoes while I get dressed.
5) A family friend asked why I don’t share more pictures of myself on here, and it’s mostly just because I don’t have any.  I found this one, taken by a 3.5 year old photographer.  
6) Snowy day stuck inside? Time for some finger painting!
7) Giving Ryan lots of material for his grumpy old man files.  “When I was your age, I had to walk a mile in the snow both ways to preschool!”
8) Happy Valentine’s Day from these two little lovebugs!
9) 10 month old Brielle, sommelier-in-training.
10) These two are such bookworms!  (One is more into reading the books, the other is more into eating the books.)
11) All bundled up to go play in the snow!
12) Despite the hilariously grumpy look, she loved crawling around in the fresh snow.
13) Another day, another book (this time in matching pajamas!).
14) This one is always up to some sort of trouble – screwdriver in hand, ready to disassemble something important. (Future engineer, perhaps?)
15) We had family friends over for dinner and I went with a Moroccan/Middle Eastern themed dinner — all the sides are from my most beloved Zahav cookbook.
16) Ryan had to make a model of his favorite planet for preschool, so we made edible Earth cookies.  I think they turned out pretty well, especially since a 3 year old helped to shape them!

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