Wednesday, October 17, 2018

What's Hap-pinning Wednesday: Pumpkin Patching

Happy Wednesday! 

The weather here in North Texas has finally become fall-like, and I'm loving every second of it. We are enjoying lunches and dinners on the patio (all the praise hands for no more mosquitoes!), I love sitting out there and getting some work done while the boys nap, and family walks have become a routine again. I love when the heat and humidity finally go away. 

Anyway, each fall, one of our family traditions is to visit the pumpkin patch. We have gone to the same one since Walker was a baby and it makes me so nostalgic to look back at pictures of the boys in the pumpkins and each year I'm just shocked how much they grow. 

Here's a look back at our pumpkin patches of the past: 

2014:




2015: 



2016: 





2017: 



2018:






Some of our other fall traditions include: carving a jack-o-lantern, going trick-or-treating, and having potato soup for supper on Halloween night. What are some of your fall traditions? 

Linking up with Jenn and Jessi

8 comments:

  1. Such fun to see them grow through the years!! xo, Biana-BlovedBoston

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  2. Oh how cute!! What a great tradition. It's so cute to see how much they have grown.

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  3. Such a fun tradition and the boys just keep getting cuter with age.

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  4. Aw squishy baby pictures are the best!! I hope to get Bowen to a pumpkin patch this year. I am mainly just excited that he might actually cooperate and wear a costume for the first time!

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  5. Oh my word the throwbacks - stooooop! We have still not visited one yet but these pics give me ALL the motivation!

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  6. I love all the pictures from past years! We go to the pumpkin patch every year, too. Its one of my favorite fall traditions. We also make pumpkin bread for all of our neighbors and deliver once the weather starts to get nice.

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  7. Such precious, precious memories!! How is this Knox's (and Camden's) THIRD year of going to the pumpkin patch?! Time slow down!!

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