We went to Freeman Farms in Galena, Ohio. They had it all... and even had homemade apple butter, pumpkin whoopie pies, hay rides, a petting zoo, and real American made pumpkins. It was a genuine fall festival, just like I pictured.
The hay ride was great. Look how much fun James is having!
(He is making his trademark farting noises)
The growth chart was so fun and perfect for making memories! I plan to get James in front of that thing each year. Hopefully, with a much skinnier mother, but I digress...
Do you notice the flannel and overalls?? Hard to see the overalls, I know, but the flannel can totally be seen. The husband surprised me with this outfit! I came home and found my adorable child dressed head to toe in fall splendor! Check out the close-up of the shoes (2 sizes to big, but whatevs).
We also checked to see what James would look like as a cowboy. I approve. Sorry, Willie, I am quite okay with my baby growing up to be a cowboy. Cowboys are gentlemen. And they always love their mommas. Right?
These are, sadly, the only pictures I have from our event. Since I was the one wearing the babe, the hubs was playing photog. And while is is good at many, many things, taking pictures of the memory making actives is not one of them! Next year, I will be the one wielding the camera.
Did you all do something fun to celebrate this season? Which season is your favorite? Are you as psychotic as I am about family traditions? Is it sad that when I ran spell check on this post, I misspelled activities each time?