Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Pumpkin patch


I love the Fall, I get so excited to decorate for the holidays and I love the cooler weather. By this time of the year I am sick of my spring and summer clothes and I am ready to pull out the fall stuff again.
We have been going to the same pumpkin patch for the last 3 years now, and every year is a little different. Last year we got there and quickly had to leave, because of all the mosquitoes they were eating us alive. Jason and I didn't even get pumpkins, because we were in such a hurray to leave. Well this year, we didn't have the bug problem, but all the pumpkins were still really green. We had a hard time finding pumpkins that weren't green. But we did all end up finding a pumpkin. I tried to get some cute pictures of the boys, but they just don't like smiling at the same time.




I loved this one of Noah, if you look closely you can see a little drool hanging off his chin.
This is how the took the boys around the pumpkin patch. (Note to driver of the cart don't let go of the handle when two little boys are sitting in the back of the wagon it will tip over. We did this not only once but twice, aren't we good parents)



Along with cooler weather comes the sickness. This last week and a half has not been the best, Noah got sick Sunday last week and by Wednesday I had to take him to the Dr. He had croup, at least he wasn't totally ornery, he just wanted to be held all the time. Ashton got sick the next Sunday and had a fever for two days. Then on Monday Jason called me and he was being taken to insta-care by a co worker because he thought he might have kidney stones, and sure enough he did. Thankfully he passed the stone early Tuesday morning. He says now he just feels like he was beat up he hurts all over. I am praying that I do not get sick, because if I were to get sick there would be no one to take care of this family.

4 comments:

Kevin and Amber said...

Where is that pumpkin patch I totally want to take the boys.

Kara said...

it is out in farmington way west by the lake. Its called packs farms

klynnphotography said...

man, I'm mad we were busy the night you went!!
Maybe you'll come with us this weekend???

Topher, Natalie, Macie, and "The Brand New" Hazel said...

I've heard that kidney stones=labor. But no one seems to mention the 9 months of pure hell that someone with kidney stones DOES'T have to go through.

Aside from that, the pictures of the boys with the pumpkins are so so so cute. See you tomorrow (maybe) at the pumpkin patch!!!