October 27, 2013


I love our family traditions.  Even though we moved and the locations have changed, the traditions still remain.  Most of the traditions revolve around a holiday - trying to make it as special as possible.  I love my memories from growing up and I hope to do the same for our kids.

This weekend we went to the pumpkin patch.  We found a new one - no apple cider donuts but there was a kid sized hay maze, hay ride and wagons.  We ordered a turkey for Thanksgiving.  It feels good to support a small farm.  Plus those turkeys were running around enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.

We were a little late in heading to the pumpkin patch this year but we found two gigantic "perfect pumpkins" that were turned into excellent Jack-O-Lanterns.  My buddy didn't freak out on the hay ride and a good time was had by all.

They love each other so much.

Being pulled in a wagon sealed the deal on the good time.

She wanted to wear her hat... most likely to be just like Daddy.

Hay ride to the patch

Rara doesn't leave Daddy's side all weekend.

Big sis designs the face and then Mommy carves.

My buddy got right in there scooping out all the pumpkin guts.

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