This past week we went to the pumpkin patch. Hannah was desperate to go. Every time she sees a pumpkin she reminds me that we went last year and that we NEED to go again. This week we finally made it although it was touch and go with the weather. We were joined by my sister and baby Ben, as well as very good friends of ours and their lovely children.
When we arrived you come through a very cute booth into the farm area. It is very big. The kids got a kick out of the bin of gourds.
The pumpkin patch was quite a far way off.
No problem because they tow you their in a hay wagon.
First, we needed to look at the soft and fuzzy bunnies.
Even Ben was trying to catch a peek. But it wasn't easy all tied up in his snugly.
Me and Ethan on the wagon ride.
The wagon stops short of the pumpkin patch and instead you make your way through a corn maze. I use that term loosely because all paths lead out.
Here are the three big kids with some pumpkins (we were really mean and made them leave them).
I tried to get Hannah and Ethan to sit with Moses on the big pumpkin but they were convinced the wagon was going to leave with out them and would NOT sit down.
They had a goat petting zoo.
Sticking their heads in for a peek.
Then they were all off on a luxury cruise.
This pit of sand with digging toys was fun its just too bad that it started to drizzle and we had to leave.
Finally for our posed pumpkin shot. I don't know why I bother. No one was looking at me and Hannah picked the creepiest pumpkin with an equally weird smile. Oh well in the words of my father "A good time was had by all".