Thursday, October 16, 2008

Pumpkins, pumpkins... Everywhere!

We ventured out to the Pumpkin Patch Tuesday. We met L's preschool class there and had a great time with his friends. It was such a nice day - slightly breezy and a bit overcast. Great weather!

Feeding the goats....

These guys would eat anything....even the paper sacks with the feed in it!

Sweet friends...L announced to us recently that he was going to marry the girl in the middle..

Picking a favorite

Got it!

Sweet little man

Lovin every minute of it...he begged to get on the ponies!

Just her size

She kept picking up the pumpkins and spreading them out on the ground - cute!

Love this picture - I had to literally tear her away from this area...she was having fun!

Also, today over at Shell In Your Pocket, Sandy Toes is having a 100th post giveaway! I have enjoyed stopping by her blog for a while now - she is such a sweet gal! It is chock full of fun stuff....especially if you like roosters. Be sure to stop by and leave a comment to win.  You don't want to miss it!

Have a great Thursday!


Sandy Toes said...

So cute!!!

Your little red head reminds me of my middle child at that age...oh enjoy that little sweetie!
-Sandy Toes

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

What cute kids you have, JL! Looks like a fun time with the family at the pumpkin patch.

Sandy said...

Love the photos, and brings back so many memories of my kids at those ages! Enjoy because it goes quickly ...
Sandy :)

duchess said...

How adorable.
I love pumpkin patch pictures.

R said...

my favorite is how your little girl was arranging her pumpkins so neatly! she's a girl after my own heart... :0)

Jules from "The Roost" said...

Wonderful pictures. I love it where she is arranging the pumpkins on the ground! :)

sandra/tx said...

Cute, cute, cute!

farmhouse wares said...

awww! such cuties.

Glitter and Bliss said...

What absolute wonderful pictures of your little ones. They are so precious!!! You gotta love pics with pumpkins. :)

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It is to have no trouble.
It is never to be fretted or vexed, irritable or sore,
To wonder at nothing that is done to me,
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It is to be at rest when nobody praises me,
And when I am blamed or despised;
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as in a deep sea of calmness, when all
around and about is trouble.