Lake View Farm
For the past two years we have gone to the same farm but we decided to switch it up this year. My sister asked me to take a few family pictures at the pumpkin farm they normally go to so we decided to make it a fun afternoon for our kids too. This farm has it definitely figured out! They have a train ride out to the pumpkin patch and a boat ride back, or vice versa. We had a great time... well after we had a cranky start.
He obviously wasn't too excited about sitting to have his picture taken. I think he could see Benton getting on the caterpillar ride without him. But he didn't need to worry, we got him there before they left.
They started off excited, and somehow Emmett got turned around and sat backwards most of the way. I'm pretty sure they both loved it, but they both also liked to be finished. Benton said it was too bumpy, but that smile says differently.
Our little kiddos are getting bigger! Check out how tall they are.
We went out to the field to pick out our pumpkin and take a few family pictures. Wait, there is an extra kid in there! Emmett made himself comfortable.
We took some goofy pictures and we got some good ones.
It was so nice of the to have wheel barrows everywhere to haul those pumpkins around. Emmett figured out how to push one too. The handles were a little to much for him so he just got up there and pushed it. He's a thinker!
Benton and I went out to pick his pumpkin, he kept looking for a "Benton one". I wasn't sure what that meant but this is the one he picked. I was afraid it was going to be huge and I wouldn't be able to carry it! Good thing our kids still pick out small ones :) Tonya has the rule for her kids that they have to be able to carry the one they pick. I think I like that.
We tried to get a shot of the boys on pumpkins, you know a cute almost cheesy one. But it didn't work so well. I did get these though.
Dallin was trying to get them to look the same direction AND smile, which is a huge obstacle and anyone with more than one kid knows that, which resulted in playing head, shoulders, knees, and toes.
We had a great afternoon and found a new farm for us to enjoy for the next few years.
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