We did many other things this month, but going to the Pumpkin Patch was a definite "big event".
In all actuality, it was a terrible day. Our garage door broke down (again)--which cost us another $100 that our bank account just doesn't seem to have at the moment, which in turn led to a missed birthday party, and an on-going argument between Bryan and I that lasted well into our little outing. The camera also managed to be "missing" from the car upon our arrival, which meant another argument and another trip back home to get it. It was chilly outside, getting dark, Parker was in the beginning stages of his first cold, his coat was too big, and we gradually lost his hat, shoes, and socks amongst the pumpkins.
Yes. I know.
But now, I look at these pictures and I see this sweetest little boy, who had no clue what was going on and didn't really care either way. Instead, he gave us his cheesy, big boy grin. He made us laugh and made us realize what was really important--at least for a little while. :)
These pictures never cease to crack. me. up. Look at that little ham! He looks like he's five years old.
This is literally the only family picture that little mister is not a blur of motion. And I love it.
I hope that all of you had a wonderful Halloween with your families and friends! We are truly blessed, even if it is not always obvious to us.
Have a wonderful day!