Thursday, October 14, 2010

corn, hay, pumpkins, cider

Can you get more “fall” than that?  Well, maybe throw an apple or two in that mix, and then fall would be complete!  A beautiful fall day here in the North East Corridor beckoned our blood to enjoy the last few days of warmth.  What better way to spend an October Friday than together as a family at a local farm?

 IMG_2919  IMG_2922Anna really enjoyed the corn-box, complete with toys and buckets to dump and pile corn kernels.  It made me flash-back to a time when Tracy would work with her eldest E in a makeshift sandbox to work on touching and accepting.  After that activity, I now know that she certainly has no sensory-integration issues ~ she loved it! 


While Anna played, Daddy and Hudson explored the Hay Maze.


Hudson was in a hurry to pick his pumpkin – and with gusto.  He wanted the biggest, baddest pumkin – but we made a rule that he had to be able to lift it…and Daddy gave guidelines to a good jack-o-lantern making gourd.  The littlest Smith was happy to pick out a pumpkin that was “just my size” and fit comfortably in her arms like a baby doll.IMG_2927

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