It’s that time of year again, time to visit the Pumpkin Patch! A friend had told me about Jubilee Farm in Carnation, and how they have FREE hay rides out to the pumpkin patch. I figured that was perfect for the kids. So we planned it, arranged with the grandparents and made our way last Friday. Well, let me tell you, there are not hay rides on Friday. Oops, mommy fail. But we were already there and we had an awesome time. One perk of going to the pumpkin patch on an “off” day, we practically had the entire place to ourselves.Sawyer was determined to walk everywhere on her own. She looked a little tipsy on the uneven ground, but she wouldn’t let that stop her. She’d pick herself back up and then continue exploring. Jubilee Farm doesn’t just have a pumpkin patch (which, I will be honest, we didn’t actually visit), they have animals and tractors (Milo’s favorite). The image below is of my two favorite little ones on their way back from visiting with the pigs.
Just look at that smile on my husband’s face as his baby girl toddles over to him. Seeing that makes me love him even more!
Even though we didn’t venture out to the pumpkin patch, Milo still got to pick out a pumpkin. Okay, maybe he tried to pick out 4 or 5, but we brought home a pumpkin that was just his size!
Sawyer wanted to pick one out too. Doesn’t she look so determined to choose the perfect pumpkin?They had a large scale, just right for measuring Milo. It looks like he’s about 34 lbs! My boy is getting so big. Wasn’t he just 7 lbs?
Sawyer was too cute sitting with the pumpkins. A lot more lively than last year, as she was only a month old when we went!
Getting out with the kids is always an adventure, but this one was so much fun. Both kids loved exploring the farm!
P.S. Looking for some inspiration for capturing your kids on Halloween? Grab your camera and dressed up kids and meet me at Centennial Park, this Wednesday, October 30th for a free mini photo lesson. Contact me for more information and to RSVP!