They have to get passports, both Israeli and Canadian, even though they're only five months old. I discover that the picture on an Israeli passport must not be changed for four or five years, meaning that the well-grown four-year-old will still be travelling on his squint-eyed blob passport. I tell you, that kid could be *anyone*, and is probably a Colombian drug mule.
Equally, Canadian regulations forbid smiling in your passport picture, even babies. This makes taking a picture of a five month old problematic, because if it's a human face the five month old smiles at it by reflex and if there's no human face she probably wails. You'd think governments would think; but then again, maybe you wouldn't.