Sunday, October 18, 2009
We made the trek back to the world o' pumpkins today, and it was actually open for business. Phew. Ro was so excited that she got to wander among the pumpkins this time instead of just hearing about it from her sister. Ro is in red, and Ree is in yellow. I thought these grey ones and white ones were ultra cool. The girls called them "ghostes punkims." It truly is a beautiful place, and worth making that drive a second time (slight grumble): Mama, isn't this one of those uncarvables? Yes, dis is definitely one of those uncarvables, we don't want dis one, mama!: I was shooting straight into the sun on this one, so the picture isn't that great, but the cuteness sure is: A pumpkin pyramid. Now that really takes the cake: Mom, when do we get to ride the cow train? Seriously, is it time for the cow train, I think it's that way!: I like this family portrait (see me in the bottom part?): The girls talk about this cow train all year. And we were dying laughing that Ro (by complete coincidence) ended up in the cow named "Rosebud": Awwww: Awwww, again: Riding the crazy hay ride (it was wildly, wonderfully bumpy): We tried to get a sweet shot of the girls and their BFF, but they just couldn't resist plopping right onto the pumpkin pile: No trip to the pumpkin farm would be complete without this for dessert, and it was delish: They had a live mariachi band at the lunch pavilion, and the girls danced their little butts off (they were hilarious!): A good day. Now that we've all seen a pumpkin farm in person this year, we can kick back and buy any future pumpkins at the grocery store like normal folk. Heh.