Sunday, October 25, 2009

Kackleberry Farm

We went to Kackleberry Farm this weekend. I've been dying to walk through a corn maze and they had one there. They also had a petting zoo, playgrounds, pig races, hayrides, a corn shoot, a pumpkin patch, cars, and food. I couldn't take as many photos as I wanted because I left my memory stick at home!

Nathan showing us how to use a lasso.

Playing in a pile of corn. This was Weston's favorite.

The hay slides.
Family Photo before we entered the corn maze. The corn maze was my favorite!

It took us 45 minutes to make it through the corn fields.

The haystack jump was like a huge trampoline.

Weston, Wyatt, and I rode the cows around the pumpkin patch. Weston didn't want to sit near me and he wouldn't speak to me when I turned around and waved hello. He wanted to go all by himself!
Weston said, "I love this farm!"I rode the zip line when most of the people left.

Weston playing with the duck races.

Saturday, October 24, 2009


We finally made a trip to a church to buy our annual Halloween pumpkins!

A pumpkin for Weston and a pumpkin for Wyatt

We finally have a family photo! Weston is missing a shoe.

We left the church with 4 pumpkins and stickers to decorate. I think they felt sorry for us and only charged us $8.00 for everything :)

Weston decorated the pumpkins all by himself!

Friday, October 23, 2009

Afternoon photos

Here are just a few photos that I took of the boys during story time. At two months, Wyatt really loves to look at books. He even tries to talk to the pictures.

There's my thumb!

Wyatt has been trying to get his thumb in his mouth for weeks! When I pick him up in the middle of the night, his hands feel like popsicles because he has been sucking on his fists to find his thumb. Last night he finally found his thumb!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

A Day at the Park

We met Emma and Kaitlyn at Pendelton King Park yesterday. The weather has been great this week so it was a perfect time to get outside. It was nice seeing Weston and Emma play together. They are beginning to have small conversations with each other rather than just playing side by side. We all had a great time!

Weston asked Emma if she wanted to hold his hand while we were walking from one playground to another. I think Weston thought he was crossing a street (it was just a paved sidewalk) and wanted to hold Emma's hand. He told Emma he was "scared of the cars" when he took her hand. They looked so sweet together!