The beginning of this week we took Addison to the local pumpkin patch. This was the first time we had taken her. They have lots of things for kids to do although a lot of it is meant for slightly older children.
The sun was very very bright and it was pretty warm so the lighting was defiantly a challenge. She was not feeling the sticking her head through the sign thing.
This was a bounce house that they had. There were no other kids playing in it when we got there so we decided to try it out. She hated it, like a lot!
However she was loving the slide that they had.
We were not really sure what this actually was and Addison didn't really care for it.
We went on a hay ride (although there was no actual hay involved at all) and then she got to try out the big chair. The chair was actually leaning pretty bad, and didn't look all that safe.
They did have some hay bales up under a tent with chairs and tables I guess in case you wanted to sit for a while.
The tractors were a big hit she really enjoyed playing on them, even thought she was really high sitting up there.
They had a few animals for the kids to watch and feed. A few goats that had this cool walking contraption and a little cage of bunnies. She liked watching them but had no desire to touch or feed them.
Last but not least we picked out our pumpkins and we were on our way. They do have a actually patch that is sometimes open where you can cut your own pumpkin of the vine but it was closed on the day we went.