Here are a few photos from the fun day! What is lacking is a trip to the actual pumpkin patch - we wore them out so much doing everything else that we never made it to the pumpkins. But we managed to pick 2 up for our front porch on our way out.
Walking up to the farm entrance - on an unusually hot October day. We had 4 straight days of upper 80-degree weather.
Anna quite proud of herself for climbing up an old, rickety, narrow barn ladder (and Margaret in the background, contemplating going down the slide on the other side). And then there was me - praying for no trips to the Emergency Room.
This little city girl can drive a tractor!
Anna caught site of the goats (which she called "dogs," hee hee) and was immediately out of there.
Playing with the toys in the troughs
Do not feed the animals. Don't feed the goats, either.
And we're back to the troughs. Those things held their attention for so long that I briefly entertained the notion of buying a trough and putting one out on our deck for them to play in. And hey - I can feed them out there too!
Running after Daddy in the corn maze. I love the fact that they've actually started to figure out how to run - even if it's still a little bouncy and awkward looking.
Catching up to Daddy! I was so proud of the girls - they walked/ran the majority of this corn maze without Joey or I holding them. I think they were so enamored by the fact that they could walk wherever without us stopping them. Margaret lagged behind because she kept wanting to pick up the ears of corn on the ground. Our little hunter/gatherer.