Pumpkin Patch 2012

by jana on October 24, 2012

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This was our first visit to the pumpkin patch. We went with Ms. Jessica, Ellie, Ms. Wendy, Hayden, and baby James. I thought it would be super cute if the girls were in matching outfits. So I made them pumpkin shirts and coordinating skirts. They looked absolutely PRECIOUS!

Since this was Kaylin’s 1st visit to the pumpkin patch she had a “special” photo op area to take her picture. There were needless to say a lot of little bitty’s getting their pictures taken. Kaylin was more interested in rolling the little pumpkins down the hill and watching me put them back in place while trying to capture the “perfect” shot. I soon gave up, Ha!

They had a ruler to pose your child in front of so you can record how tall they are each year at the pumpkin patch. I had a hard time keeping Kaylin still long enough to get a picture. This is as good as I could get. LOL!

There were pumpkins everywhere, and if you live in the DFW area the Flower Mound pumpkin patch is a good one. We headed out to their field of pumpkins for more photos, and let the kids run around. Three mommies with three cameras was probably a funny site as we were juggling each other’s cameras, switching out who was taking pics of who, etc… Ha!

They also had a lot of bounce houses for the kids to jump and play in, as well as, a maze made out of hay bails, and a pumpkin house. The girls lucked out and had the pumpkin bounce house all to themselves. The bigger girls were really nice and gentle with Kaylin in there. Kaylin was so funny to watch. She would just lay out flat while the girls jumped around her, all the while squealing and laughing. It was hilarious.

In all the chaos, Jessica snapped some pictures of Kaylin and I (thanks Jessica). It was a fun filled day and I look forward to a 2013 adventure to the pumpkin patch.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Rena "The Mimi" October 24, 2012 at 2:50 pm

Kaylin Rae, Your Mommy loves you so much. You and your little friends look cute in the clothes your Mommy made for you. I love to see you smile!


Jessica Duran October 26, 2012 at 2:19 pm

It was a ton of fun!!!!!!


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