the lamest pumpkin adventure, but hey
^^worth the trip just for this picture^^
^^ “hey kids sit in this dinosaur egg! It’ll be so cute!!” ^^
^^background on this picture at the bottom of the post^^
^^cue nostalgic tears for the great northwest….^^
^^you just pretend you can’t tell I haven’t showered in two days….^^
^^the doctor said this week that if he still has his blue eyes now
at 9 months he’ll most likely keep them! #happymama^^
^^can we talk about how adorable she is?^^
^^family picture take 1^^
^^and take 2^^
^^she won’t take a picture with us,
but she’ll pose right in front of the self timer by herself…^^
Saturday morning we decided last minute to head to pick some pumpkins, you know, boost our spirits and such. Without doing much research, I picked one from a quick google search and we were off.
Should have turned around right away when we saw the creepy structures, but we didn’t. In fact we paid $5 PER PERSON to walk around a ghost town of strange story book recreations… THEN we paid $2.75 for an itty bitty pumpkin dumped in a field they called a “pumpkin patch”. A little piece of me died…..
I don’t mean to hate so much, I’m sure they’re struggling to get by, but honestly these places are trying too hard! Give me a field of plump pumpkins, some fresh donuts and cider and a beautiful, natural fall world to escape to. None of the extra stuff…..
We made the most of it, I guess. Hopefully this coming Saturday we’ll find something better. The NorthWesterner in Jeremy and I can’t let fall go without a good fall experience for everyone :)
Oh and Madeline was so upset on the dinosaur because they stamp a horse on your hand to prove you’d paid for admission… And she “didn’t want a horse on her hand…”