Nothing I love more then my little pumpkin smiling and having fun!
We had to take a tractor ride out to the pumpkin patch and it was super scary. The tractor was pulling three trailers with hay pails for seats. The road out to the pumpkins was so muddy and slippery, I thought we were going to end up in the mud a few times. Once we got over to the pumpkins we had to cross over the most sticky deep mud ever. The mud was so sticky that as I was walking in the mud my shoe popped of and Adam had to pick it up and throw it to me. Yuck, Yuck, Yuck!!! Adam told me that he is mudaphobic (fear or getting muddy). I would say that his worst nightmare came true today!
On a good note, I did get some cute pictures of my sweetie amongst the pumpkins. Which is why we braved the mud in the first place.
Anna's favorite part of the farm was by far the barn with animals in it. As soon as we walked in and she saw birds (which are her favorite right now) she went nuts. She stated saying Buba, buba, buba very loudly. Buba is what she calls any animal, but especially birds.
Anna spent a long time looking at each animal, just taking it all in.
Some of the sweet little animals in the barn.
Anna was screaming HI, HI, HI, to this sweet little pony. I think he was quite shocked that he was being yelled out!
So glad we finally made it to the pumpkin patch. Next year we are going before the rain starts! It's a lot less muddy that way!
Mom is pretty nervous about the surgery tomorrow. She goes in at 5:45am and should be out of surgery at 4:00pm. I will keep everyone updated on how she is doing. Right now we need lots prayers for her so that she and her brother Wess will have a successful surgery.