Grandma Cherrie treated us to a fun filled day at Apple Jack Orchards last weekend! It was THE Fall experience we were all looking for. Cool weather, sunshine, kids happy to be outside and lots of pumpkins (including pumpkin guts all over one Zitzlsperger kid...can you guess which one??).
Dane started the day by feeding this goat....over....and over....and over again. Seriously, Dane should know by now that force feeding doesn't work. His parents have tried it on him several times...
The family shot. We tried. Sigh.
On the way to the pumpkin patch. Someone's having fun :-)
The moms bringing up the rear...chatting about the coffee we desperately needed and should have stopped to get on the way to the orchard.
Mom, would you please pay attention?!?! I can't see a thing!I'll still smile for you though because that's the kind of baby I am :-)
Maybe this pumpkin? Nah, too big for Big D.
This one is much better!Dane: OH NO! I got all dirrrrrty.
Mom: What happened Dane?
Dane: I slipped down!
Mom: Uh, you sure did :-)
Dad (from behind the camera): It's okay, we have wipes in the stroller.
(Notice the rotten pumpkin guts in the background...ew)
All cleaned up and walking back to the car with Grandma. He LOVES his little pumpkin. Thanks Grandma!
We do heart Apple Jack orchards!
This was Dane's first face painting experience. He sat VERY still.
And this is the most precious face. The girl who painted Dane's face was probably 12. When she was finished, she held up a mirror for Dane to see his smiley face. This is the look Dane gave her after he saw his reflection. I just think it's the sweetest smile...sort of like he's in awe at what she'd just done.
And here's the finished product!!! Two sweet smiley faces on two sweet boys!!!
Happy Fall everyone!