Monday, November 8, 2010

Oh yeah, there were pumpkins. . .

Is November too late for a posting on pumpkins? If so, I am sorry, but here we go anyway!

We found a little pumpkin farm about 1/2 mile from our house. It's small, but big enough for what we needed. The girls took their wheelbarrows and got their pumpkins! Then we took a hayride around the farm. (This picture shows us leaving the parking lot -- not very farmy here).
Then I took the girls through the corn maze. Corn maize?

And the girls had a great time playing on the equipment.
When Garry got home from Washington, D.C., we carved into our pumpkins. Garry looked at all three that we would have to dive into and determined that we had too many kids. Just wait until next year!

Garry carved up Macey and Emma's pumpkins. The girls were very specific about what they wanted their pumpkins to look like and chose all of the facial features. I did Molly's.

All done!








3 comments:

LeeAnn said...

Cute girls, cute pumpkins! Cute pregnant mom!

The GruCru said...

We learned long ago, that we have too many kids for everyone to do a pumpkin. It probably a little scroogish of us, but we buy one pumpkin and one kid can pick the eyes, another the nose, and the last kid the mouth. You guys get good parent points

Kiersten said...

Congrats on expecting another little pumpkin :)