Saturday, November 05, 2011
The kiddos had off of school (and we had off of work) on October 21, so we picked up Kaysen and headed to Summers Farm in Frederick. We made a pit stop to have lunch with Devin. The kiddos had a great time and the only time Kaysen got upset was when I put him on top of a pumpkin to take his picture. I think it was because of the tractor that was running right near the pumpkins, but I could be wrong.
Ready to roll!
Contemplating what he'll do at the farm
Even picking his nose he is a cutie!
Noah and Kaysen
Our view on the way
Kari, Devin and Noah
This groundhog was in the field next to McDonald's. Noah took off after him
trying to catch him. For a chubby little thing he was pretty fast.
Happy to be on the road again
Cutest animals on the farm
On the jumping pillow
I could not stand up with everyone jumping around me and Kaysen
Kari getting some air
Noah getting some air
Going down the slide
Kaysen loved it!
Such a good auntie!
Feeding the goats
Water pump duck races
What a big boy! Aunt Kari was waiting at the bottom and when I sent him
down by himself all the moms at the bottom said, Aww! How cute!
Kaysen loved going down with Uncle Noah
An adorable Amish family
Playing in the corn crib. There was a sign posted that said if you threw the corn
the Corn Monster would come and eat you! LOL
Children of the Corn
Noah on the pedal carts
Duck, duck, GOOSE!!
Kaysen was less than thrilled about being placed on a pumpkin to pose for a picture
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