Upon arrival, Rob saw these trees. "Mommy what kind of trees are those?" Me: "Those are real Christmas trees growing in the ground. Not every tree comes in a cardboard box ready to plug in to the wall socket." Hahaha. My poor, sheltered, child!
First stop: The hay-bale maze. It was fun. Rob really enjoyed the loose hay. Thank God for nose spray! He inherited my allergies!
Here we go!
"Daddy, will you hold me? My feet are so tired!"
"I like this one!"
"Hey, this one is just my size. I'll carry it."
We were also told you had to pay $25 additional if you wanted a giant pumpkin. Someone better go fetch this lady's wallet:
Here comes the return-trip tractor, so I gotta go catch my ride.
All in all the day was not a waste. Rob had fun. I am glad we went so that we can say "Been there; done that." However, in my personal opinion, Grand Ole Pumpkin Patch in Clanton is so much better! Free admission. You pay as you go for activities, so you could easily surpass the $10/person mark. But it is up to your own discretion. And you simply cannot beat their gorgeous giant sunflowers field photo op. See ya in Clanton next October.
PS: we carved the green/orange pumpkin when we got home, but I'm saving that for another post. I have dirty kids in need of a bath.