My sister and I have been heading to a local pumpkin farm every year since I was pregnant with Andrew. (Such a baby I was!)
Another October, another visit! Quite a few more people enjoying it these days.
We made quite a crew, my sister and I!
Silly people! You don't need to buy goat feed for a quarter! Grass is free for the taking and much more enthusiastically received.
How wonderful it was to be baby-wearing with my sister once again!
Chubby little Ineke posing by the obscenely large pumpkin was quite a juxtaposition to the tall and lanky boy that walked in front of it after her. I remember when he was a chubby little fellow with toes pointed out, standing in that very spot.
My favorite of the nursery rhyme pumpkin scenes and one I can relate to a bit.
Cousins taking great delight in who is taller than one another.
Ineke was SO excited to get her picture taken in the school bus...
...but as with any real bus-riding situation, the thrill was soon gone.
My crew again- because...INEKE!
Moses is wondering why I would plunk him in the middle of hard pumpkin stems.
It's all part of the pumpkin farm package, Little guy. You'll learn.
Ineke said she wanted me to take this picture for Papa. Apparently, she thought it would tickle Papa if she were a goat.
Samuel- you take a pretty great family portrait! I could use you around Christmas time!