Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Fall Family Bucket List: Sweet Berry Farms

October ending up on a high note for our little family when we took a trip to our local pumpkin patch. Fun was had by all, big and small. This was James's first time visiting a pumpkin patch with Connor and it's safe to say, my boys had a blast together.


Our yearly visit to Sweet Berry Farms included pumpkin painting, wagon standing, feeding goats, getting lost in a maze (really really lost) and pulling our prized pumpkin in a wagon with Daddy. While poor Connor and I were getting our butts kicked by some killer allergies, we made the most of our visit. Lucky for us, the temps has dropped a little and it wasn't terribly hot there. I'm still getting used to it being 85 degrees out while picking pumpkins. Just another reason why Ohio is far superior than Texas when it comes to Fall fun. Either way, we had so much fun exploring and enjoying an afternoon with friends and family.



11 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a blast. It probably makes it easier dealing with the warm fall knowing that next year will be different huh?! :D!

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  2. looks like it was awesome!!! Painting at a pumpkin patch sounds like a toddler heaven!!

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  3. So cute! It looks a lot warmer where you are than in Seattle:) We love visiting our local pumpkin patch too:)

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  4. Looks like they had so much fun! I can't wait to take my family to the pumpkin patch one day! What a perfect fall day!

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  5. The pumpkin patch is definitely one of my favorite parts of October. Glad y'all enjoyed it. The pictures are adorable. #bltribedare

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  6. Aw so fun!
    Sorry about those damn allergies. :( Also sorry about the wrong turn in the corn maze. ;)

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  7. Awww how adorable! :) I wish I would have gone to a pumpkin patch this year.

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  8. Looks like you guys had a great time! So great that James could be there with Connor this year. And I hear ya on the 85 degrees at the pumpkin patch... doesn't really scream fall when you are sweating your butt off and wearing shorts and a t-shirt, does it?!

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  9. Looks like fun! We love going to the pumpkin patch even though it is 85+ outside. We live in Florida. Great bucket list also I hope you check off everything on the list!

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