Baby Girl not loving the costume...
They loved trick-or-treating and acted like old pros this year...
Bubs decided he was pictured out...
Isn't the Bean striking a perfect little princess pose here? They were picking leaves before we left for trick-or-treating.
Picking out a pumpkin...hmmm, which one?
The pumpkin patch had this cool see-saw thingie...
Roasting his stick, I guess... :)
Proof that Baby Girl and I were in attendance. :)
Loving the birds...
At at the school Fall Festival. It was chaotic, so this is the only pic I got.
Attending a friend's birthday party at Oak Mountain stables.
Group pic at Faith Pres
This was hard! Even I couldn't hit it hard enough to ring the bell at the top!
Just waking up...
Face paint...it's always a toss up between butterfly, crown, and rainbow.
I think these pics are in reverse order, but hey, they are here and that's what matters! I know it's almost June 2012, but today we're blogging about October 2011. I'm persevering, people. :)
In October, we went to not one, but two pumpkin patches! The first one was at Faith Presbyterian near our house. It wasn't so much of a pumpkin patch as it was inflatables meets farmer's market meets fall festival with a small handful of pumpkins thrown in the mix. :) But the kids had fun. And it was free. :) They jumped on the inflatables, the Bean got her face painted, Bubs tried the "test your strength" carnival game thingie, and we got some of the best apples I've ever had. Baby Girl slept through the majority of it and woke up just as we were leaving to go to McDonald's afterward.
The second pumpkin patch was the real deal. We went to a pumpkin patch down Hwy. 280 (I forget the name.) with some other families from our Sunday School class. They had a little playground while you were waiting for the hayride, then a hayride to the fields where there was a tee-pee, a petting zoo, and a firepit to roast hot dogs and such. The kids loved it all, but they both especially liked holding the birds and petting all the animals. They both enjoyed their hotdogs as well. Baby Girl took a nap, ate, took in the sites, and napped again before we got home.
We also went to the Bean's school Fall Festival. It is always fun but very crowded. We made the rounds and did most of the games, inflatables, and had dinner. We all had a ball. Baby Girl was a trooper.
Lastly was Halloween. The Bean wanted to be Sleeping Beauty...the exact same thing she was last year. Perfect! We already had the costume. I bought Bubs a dinosaur costume at Babies R Us, and he proceeded to live in that costume the entire Fall. He loved "scaring" people and roaring at them. He even slept in that costume frequently. Baby Girl was a pumpkin. I borrowed her costume from a friend, but she ended up napping through the whole trick-or-treating process, so when we got home I put her in costume and took a few pics (which she was not happy about) just for the memories. :)
Not a whole lot new going on with Baby Girl this month...not rolling over yet, no teeth, still smiling a lot, still sweet and content, still sleeping like a champ. We had such a fun month, and I am so thankful for my little family!