You might think that I'm a little behind because it's almost Thanksgiving and I'm showing you pictures taken at a pumpkin patch but not so I tell ya'! Just keep scrolling.
I've told you before that Jack likes to do his own thing and we have the most fun when I just go with the flow. Well, on this particular day, he wanted nothing to do with the beloved horse of last year. Instead, he was all about these picnic tables located next to the horsey swings.
Feeling the wood grain
We hung out there for awhile then walked past all the animals that the other kids were excitedly petting and climbed up into the loft of the barn where Jack decided to mess with me.
You missed me!
Okay, here you go!
After an upsetting simulated shoot out [every kid in the loft started bawling because the gunfire scared them including the very verbal 10 year old who said, "Stupid cowboys! I hate cowboys." as he sobbed.], we decided to head back outside and jumped on the hay ride to the pumpkin patch.
This was a self portrait that did not come out right but look closely! See? Jack has my eyes.
Another mom who was also solo with her kiddo took our picture in exchange for taking theirs. Her kiddo was a little more cooperative about looking at the camera.
Then we set off to find our pumpkin!
Put the camera down and come on!
Okay, here's your shot of me and the pumpkin.
On our way back to the car, we checked out the Christmas Tree selection. See? I told you I was ahead. Who else has Christmas Tree pickin' up on their blog BEFORE Thanksgiving?
I like the way this one feels.
I was tired so I let Jack drive home.*
*Yeah, right! It would be a dream come true for him. This kid is ALL boy. He really thinks he ought to be allowed to drive already.
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