I got a new camera for my birthday. My last one died about a month after my warranty ran out. It's the Nikon Coolpix and I'm pretty happy with it.
So as Halloween is drawing closer, it's also finally PUMPKIN TIME!A bit blurry as it is night time in this photo. This one is Dylan's pumpkin. It is supposed to be his tongue sticking out which is what Dylan wanted. I think him and the pumpkin are adorable.
We took Dylan to Lane Packing where they had a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and hay ride. Dylan didn't understand the fun that we would have and didn't want to go at first. He only wanted to go after hearing about the hay ride. I think he was thinking it would be like a rollercoaster ride, but whatever, it got him wanting to go ya know?
Here is the real pumpkin patch. Most of the good pumpkins had already been picked over, but Dylan had fun trying to find a good one anyways. We got ours from Walmart instead, oh well.
Then came the corn maze. It was a lot bigger/longer than I expected. This is what it looks like from the sky...
We were smart and used a map.
Dylan claimed to know the way the entire time. This is what he does when he has to think. I swear he should be an actor. He was also letting us know we were looking for monster heads. No idea where that one came from. Any footprints he saw were clues.
Then came the hayride...
Dylan thought the farmer man driving the tractor was the coolest. It took us around the corn maze, through the pecan orchards, and along a country dirt road. The rumblin' and bumblin' of the ride was making Sam go crazy inside me. Dylan was a bit worried the farmer man was going to get lost since he didn't have a map. We pretty much had the hay ride to ourselves except for 2 other kids with their uncle.Self Family Portrait! As you can tell, my allergies were really starting to get to me by this point.