Lots of stuff going on over here in the CRAZY house. Lots of baseball, field trips, and other random happenings. Those dang kids sure do keep us quite busy!
A couple weeks ago we took our annual trip to Bishop's Pumpkin Farm. This is the pumpkin farm Ryan grew up going to when he was a kid, his Grandparents lived here. It's in a small little town called Wheatland. It's much different from what he remembers as a kid. It's much more touristy and commercialized now. We started going there Cameron's first Halloween and have been there every year since.
I know I must have a better picture out of the 5 or so I took of this pose where they all are looking.....Can't they all just look at me!
Kinda blurry...Easton and Ryan went on the zipline. Easton says, " That was so awesome...it almost blew my mind off!" Love that kid. He comes up with funniest things to say.
The training wheels finally came off.
This was Ryan trying to show Easton how to steer...HAHA
He was totally doing it all by himself but wouldn't get very far. He gets off balance and scared.
We had a wedding a couple weeks ago.......
Then the next day I had a craft fair. It went okay. I think the scattered rain showers scared people away. Here is how my area was set-up. I am thinking of doing another one mid-November...we will see. Lot's happening between now and then.
And it rained 3 different times....out of all the days it could have rained..UGH!
We had to get dog food for Mattie and Bentley had to make a pit stop to see the cats, the birds, hamsters, guinea pigs, and fish.
Cameron lost another tooth earlier in the week. He lost one a couple weeks ago in his sleep. He woke up in the middle of the night in a panic because he couldn't find it....we found it and all was good:)
Easton is rooting for the Royals in the World Series. He was on the Royals both years he played tee ball....so he was very excited to see them on TV playing for the championship.
I walked the boys to our friends that live right behind us for a pumpkin carving contest earlier this afternoon. They had a blast and I so happy they can finally carve their own pumpkins. When we carved ours as a family last night Cameron was so serious and very much so into it.
This is dangerous to have around....
Love candy corn and I will be happy to see this disappear from the store shelfs...although I might just have to go out and grab one last bag tomorrow:)