Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner enjoyed some quality time with their three children on Monday as they headed to their local synagogue to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Shemini Atzeret.
The couple took advantage of the mild autumn weather and walked to the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue, which is located in their ritzy Kalorama district in Washington D.C.
Ivanka (37) and Jared (38) walked side by side while their children – Arabella, eight, Joseph, six and Theodore, three – rode their scooters on the sidewalk.
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Family business: Ivanka Trump, 37, and her husband Jared Kushner, 38, walked their three children to the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue in Washington D.C. on Monday while celebrating the Jewish holiday of Shemini Atzeret
All in all: Arabella, eight, Joseph, six and Theodore, three, rode their scooters, although the youngest son of the couple walked with them for some time
Outfit of the day: Ivanka wore a tan trench with a black ribbon tie, a black turtleneck dress, thigh-high black boots and a black headband to stop her hair
At a certain moment, little Theodore chose to stay with his parents and hold his father, who was carrying his scooter for him.
The trip to the synagogue has become a bit of a routine for the family, as they walked there last Monday and Tuesday while celebrating Sukkot.
The couple and their children were again decked out for the occasion, with Ivanka wearing a brown trench with a black ribbon tie, a black dress with turtleneck and thigh-high black boots.
The first daughter wore her blonde bob withdrawn with a black headband, showing off her pearl studs.
Lookalike: Joseph's eldest son, the pair, was the image of his father in a quilted navy blue cardigan and khaki pants
Loving mother: When Joseph stepped out of their front door, Ivanka followed closely with his helmet in her hand
Waiting game: Ivanka saw the helmet put on Joseph's head while he was standing on a blue scooter
Jared, who wore sweaters and khaki last week during his visits to the synagogue, was more dressed this time.
The senior adviser of the White House put on a navy wool coat over a slate gray suit that was accompanied by a white shirt with buttons, a navy tie and black dress brogues.
His sons also wore navy blue pieces and looked like them in their outfits.
Joseph wore a navy quilted vest over a white button-down and khaki-clad pants, while Theodore wore a navy vest over a white button-down and navy-clad pants. Both boys wore matching navy blue penny loafers.
Safety first: Joseph, who celebrated his sixth birth last week, smiled when his mother fastened the strap to his helmet
Special tire: the first daughter enjoyed a sweet moment with her oldest son before riding his scooter
Excessive movements: Joseph squatted down as he shot down the side aisle
Hamming up: the little boy made a funny expression and threw his hand over his face during the short drive to the synagogue
In the meantime, Arabella drew a black and white patterned sweater dress and black Mary Jane flats.
All three children were wearing helmets while they were driving their scooters on the sidewalk in front of their parents.
When they stepped out of the front door of their D.C. home, Ivanka actually saw Joseph's helmet fastened to his head while Arabella was with the family dog Winter.
The couple's only daughter held the dog's leash and even asked the photographers outside to take the photo of her pet, resulting in a series of winter portraits that fans have speculated is a cross between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian.
Tucked away? At a certain moment, little Theodore chose to stay with his parents and hold the hands of his father, who carried his scooter for him
Still her baby: Ivanka leaned over to hold the hand of her youngest son while her older children shot ahead of them
Proud father: Jared smiled when he looked at his son, who was holding his hand tightly
Mini-me: Little Theodore wore a navy vest over a button-down and navy pants with navy penny loafers
Look of love: Ivanka lovingly rocked the back of her little boy's head as he walked beside them
The winter was given to Arabella for her eighth birthday on July 17, and she clearly loves her new pet.
The Trump-Kushner family was last seen when they walked to the synagogue on Tuesday while continuing their Sukkot celebration.
Ivanka and Jared showed a public display of affection while strolling through their chic neighborhood with their children in tow. Arabella walked next to them, while Joseph and Theodore rode scooters.
The couple could not take their eyes off each other while they walked with their arms around each other's hips. When they did not hold each other tightly, the senior advisers of the White House walked hand in hand.
Ivanka and her family also went to the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue together last Monday.
En route: Arabella shot past her youngest brother while walking with their father
Attention: Jared stood in the middle of the street and made sure that his children crossed safely on their scooters
Protected: Jared walked beside his daughter while their secret service detail was close
Wait a second! Theodore, the last to cross the street, followed his older brother and sister
All dressed up: Arabella pulled a black and white patterned sweater dress and black Mary Jane flats
Beloved pet: before leaving their home, Arabella stepped out with their family dog Winter, who was given her as a gift for her eighth birthday in July
Set a pose: Arabella asked the photographers outside her house to take the photo of her pet, resulting in a series of portraits of the winter, fans of which have speculated that it is a cross between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian
The day happened to be Joseph's sixth birthday and all three children were dressed for the special occasion.
Sukkot is a week-long vacation that falls five days after Jom Kipoer. It celebrates the gathering of the harvest and the protection that the Israelites received when they left Egypt.
During the first two days of the vacation, work is prohibited, candles are lit in the evening, and meals are followed by Kiddush, a ceremony of prayer and blessing over wine.
Ivanka and Jared returned to work on Wednesday and traveled to Texas with her father, President Donald Trump, on Thursday to celebrate the opening of a new Louis Vuitton workshop.
They took Monday morning off to celebrate Shemini Atzeret, the holiday immediately following the seventh day of the Jewish festival of Sukkot.
Work: Ivanka and Jared (not shown) traveled to Texas last Thursday to celebrate the opening of a new Louis Vuitton workshop with her father, President Donald Trump, and LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault
Love in the air: Ivanka and Jared showed a beloved show on their way to the Friends of Lubavitch synagogue while celebrating Sukkot with their children last Tuesday
Fortunately as it may be: the two sons of the couple rode scooters in front of them while their daughter Arabella (not pictured) walked beside them
There they go! Ivanka and Jared also went to their local synagogue with their children yesterday morning. Sukkot ended at sunset on October 20. Shemini Atzeret is the holiday immediately following the seventh day of Sukkot
It is a separate, yet connected, holy day dedicated to the spiritual aspects of Sukkot.
This year, Shemini Atzeret started at sunset on October 20 and will end at sunset on October 22.
Ivanka converted to Judaism in 2009 to marry Jared, an Orthodox Jew, and they also raise their three Orthodox children.
The family's walk to the synagogue has become something of an annual tradition since they moved from New York to D.C in early 2017 when Ivanka and Jared took on official roles in the Trump administration.
In October of that year the family went to the synagogue with all three children on scooters, while Ivanka and Jared walked past them.
Then, in October 2018, Ivanka was portrayed with Arabella, Joseph and Theodore to the synagogue for Shemini Atzeret.
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