The Pumpkin Patch, Year Two

What’s an adventure day at the pumpkin patch made of?

For Miggz it meant…

– having unlimited viewing rights to the “baby chickens” while waiting for Auntie and Uncles to arrive

– being able to roll off as many (and as big) pumpkins as he can from the hay bales

– seeing Mommie rock some shorts in this sunny (and rather silly for Fall) 80-degree weather

climbing up on some hay stacks (by himself!) and getting to hang out with Auntie Anna and Joci

– showing his cousin how a farm tractor works

picking the best one-oz pumpkin from (what’s left of) this lot

NOT wanting to wait around for the hayride pick-up

(so Daddy took him and Joci to the little kids’ maze while we waited)

– getting on the (super ghetto) hayride with the best people in the world

NOT remembering about the super-ghetto part

– being able to run free and go through “tunnels” (when he could barely run on his own last year!)

– and finally, coming home to Gramma’s AWESOME-as-always cooking

It was a good day.

It was a good day, indeed.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jen
    Nov 01, 2011 @ 20:54:46

    Awesome day at the Pumpkin patch!!!

    Reply

  2. joyce
    Nov 02, 2011 @ 15:15:23

    looove the pictures and jealous of the weather.. I want summer back.

    Reply

    • NewMamma
      Nov 04, 2011 @ 13:59:45

      Thanks, Ninang Joyce! Summer weather in the Fall is kind of weird though. We’d have preferred a little cooler weather, but we’ll take this over snow any day!

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