Pumpkin Patch 2012

Last weekend, Stu took a break from studying for the PE and we headed to Perry Organic farm right next to Ardenwood Historic Farm in Fremont.

It was a beautiful day and the farm reminded me a lot of Camarillo with the mountains in the distance. I love starting these traditions for Cora. Sure, she won't remember her first trip to the pumpkin patch, but I love establishing these family traditions early. It makes my heart happy.

The pumpkin patch was super cute, it had fun a hay pyramid, a hay maze, picnic tables, tractor rides, and well, pumpkins. The only thing missing was a little petting zoo, but it was small enough to be manageable and big enough to feel farm-y.

We had a ton of fun picking out the "perfect" pumpkin with Cora, and she became very attached. The pumpkin had to ride in the back with her on the way home, and Stu had to carry both her and the pumpkin into the house. Anytime I tried to hold the pumpkin, she totally freaked out. Silly bear.

We picked pumpkins, she picked her nose

It was a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Ah, family. So fun.

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