Pumpkin Patch 2015

Monday, October 26, 2015

This was the first year we've gone to a pumpkin patch. Last year AC was almost eight months old, and we thought it was probably best if we waited another year. Little did we know we would have another infant this year, but we decided to go anyway.

We decided on a pumpkin patch a few miles down from us. They had a train that took you about fifteen minutes away to a "pumpkin patch" to gather your pumpkin and enjoy all the stations for kids to play. There was a corn maze, jumpie, hayride, face painting, bubble station and more. We did a few of them, but AC was having more fun watching everyone and running around, so we let her have her own kind of fun. LP passed out right after we got there, so no family picture. We managed to get one of Ganny and the girls before her nap.

AC loved the train ride, but she and Ganny fell asleep on the ride back to the train station. LP laughed, kicked and squealed there and back!

Next year we might try one of the pumpkin patches further away that has more, like a petting zoo. Both girls will be walking and I figure at a fun age where Terry and I are chasing both of them.

Thankful for the memories that were made for their first pumpkin patch trip! Enjoy all the pictures below!


  1. Looks like you guys had a lot of fun!!! I went to The Great Pumpkin Patch in Hayden with my five year old nephew's kindergarten patch a few weeks ago. It is by no means large or anything but they had a hay ride to the pumpkin picking area, a huge hay stack for the kids to jump around and go crazy in, a petting zoo, a bouncy house/slide area, a pony ride and a little general store to walk around in. Plus they had cheese fries, and really...who passes on those?!

  2. This looks like so much fun!!!!! I'm glad y'all got to got!

  3. Oh their outfits!! (enter heart-eyed emoji here!) Seeing your sweet girls really makes me want another one!! I'm glad y'all had fun!!

  4. Hello, Joy! It's been a while since I've stopped by! Congratulations on the new addition! You have a beautiful family!

  5. Did you know if you paint a Halloween pumpkin it will outlast a carved jack-o-lantern by months. With some good pumpkin painting patterns you can repaint your Halloween masterpiece and have the perfect creation for the Thanksgiving holiday, too!
    HG Nadel


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