Over the weekend, we went to two different pumpkin farms.
This past weekend, we went to a pumpkin farm with Namine’s cousin.
We had gone to a couple different pumpkin farms, but we never got around to carving our pumpkins. We remedied that today. Better late than never, I suppose.
On Sunday we (Jessica, Namine, and myself) joined my sister, my brother, and his wife in going to a pumpkin farm.
A couple days ago, Namine and carved her first pumpkin. We didn’t really carve it, per se, so much as did something akin to a linoleum cutting or engraving. It’s great for someone like Namine, whom we don’t want handling knives quite yet. I still had to help her, but she was excited to be…
Namine went on a field trip with her class yesterday to a pumpkin farm. My dad had the pleasure of going with her, but apparently he’s too busy to write about it. Fine, I’ll just post the pictures he took.
Yesterday Jessica, Namine, and I joined Ann, Pete, and Olivia in going to the Jerry Smith’s Pumpkin Farm. Namine loved being pulled in the wagon with Olivia. I’m going to shut up for this post and let the pictures speak for themselves. They are more eloquent than I could ever hope to be.
Holy late post, Batman! I meant to post about Halloween a while ago, but we’ve been kept busy with sickness and doctor appointments. So here, finally, I’ve finished writing about when we went trick or treating. (All things considered, I’m glad I was able to get the post out within a month of it happening.)
Yesterday we took Namine to a pumpkin farm. It was a vertitable parade – me, Jessica, Namine, my sister, my mom and dad, one of Jessica’s sisters, and her mom. We had a lot of fun. Namine had a blast, especially on the hay ride.
While everybody else sat at home watching some boring game, we took Namine to a pumpkin farm. She got to pick out her own little pumpkins, we took a hay ride, got lost in a corn maze, and picked out some large pumpkins, too. I think it’s safe to say that we had more fun…