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After I went to the Philadelphia Flower Show last week by myself to do my own photography trip, I came back the last day of the show with the kids. I highly recommend going to the show on a Sunday morning at 8 am. Both times, the show was not crowded. On the last Sunday of the show, it was less crowded.
I love that my kids are so willing to share with each other. Most of the time. I do not recommend buying snacks at the show.
We checked out The Power of Poop exhibit presented by the Philadelphia Water Department, and learned about what can and can’t be put down the food disposal. I won’t give you the shot of the toilet because I’ve spent too much time plunging our toilet this week.
A friendly hitchhiker – Coffee the Sea Turtle. For the record, all of the turtles in our home are named Coffee. I have no idea where that name came from.
Thanks to recent trips to Longwood Gardens, my kids have developed an interest in Bonsai. Not to mention my 9 year old son’s interest in photography.
Dumbledore and the Chestnut Hill College Quidditch Team. We practiced our most important spells.
I talked about getting this shot all week. She was ready to do it, and then boom, tears and drama. I took the kids for a snack, we saw Dumbledore, and she said yes. The Elizabeths.
Yes, we’re missing one.
My Canon camera equipment and my tips on taking great photos. Alli Worthington’s iPhone Photography Guide for those with iPhones.
Because I love meeting new people and sharing, this post is linked to:
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