Monday, October 11, 2010

BiShoPs pUmPkIn FaRm

On Friday my grandma had surgery to remove a mass from her lungs. We were so relieved that the doctor said it doesn't look like cancer. Won't know 100% until the lab results are back, but we are all hoping he has seen it enough to pretty much be able to tell from sight. So, on Saturday morning while Josh was taking the LSAT (so proud of him!), I took the babies over to the hospital to visit their great grandma. She was so happy to see them. She told me she is going to get them a wagon for Christmas (SHHH don't tell them). How cute is that?

So anyway, on to the title of my post...

After the hospital and Josh's test, Aunties Trulie and Sierra and Josh and I took the babies to Bishop's Pumpkin Patch. It was pretty sweet.

They had a petting zoo and free hayrides (wish I hadn't left the camera with Josh - Eden is the one in the air with the orange shirt :) The babies loved the feel of the hay - surprisingly. They also tried to eat the hay the whole time - not at all surprising.

This place had MILLIONS of pumpkins! So many and some of them were huge. The pumpkins themselves were pretty fair priced - my sister Sierra got her big one for $4. Not too shabby. Here are some pictures of our fun day.

The babies watching the piggy races

There was also train and a corn maze...lots of things that would probably be better when the babies are older. It was a fun and busy day.



Brooke Trogdon said...

This looks absolutely perfect! When I can sit, I want to go! Thank you for sharing and I'm pretty sure this is the closest thing to what I have a hankerin for!

Liz Smith said...

Fall really is the best. It's the one thing that i truly appreciate about living in the midwest. such a gorgeous time of year!!!