We went to the pumpkin patch this morning with a group of friends. The weather was perfect and the pumpkins were beautiful.
We never actually got around to riding out to the pumpkin patch and picking a pumpkin, because there were too many other fun things to do! Like going down the giant slide.
And jumping on the giant "bouncy rainbow" (as Rachel called it).
And when you lost your balance, you could just lay on the bouncy rainbow and giggle.
Then there was the corn maze.
And the little train.
And the teeter totter, of course.
Then I insisted on picture time. So we did a group shot (okay, lots of group shots but this, believe it or not, was the best one!) of all the kids. Most of them were born in China, but South Korea, India, and Taiwan were also represented! We love hanging out with other adoptive families...
We even managed a rare family pose!
Rachel is going through an I-refuse-to-smile-for-the-camera stage, but Steve found a solution.
By then, we were tired and hungry and the trek out to the pumpkin field seemed too much. No one really minded, we'd had fun. Happy Fall!