Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Fall is in the air!

Last weekend we took Emily to a local apple orchard for a Fall festival and we had an amazing day!

We had the best apple cider and Amish donuts and of course we couldn't leave without honey crisp apples, a homemade apple pie (it was for baby boy, I swear), and apple butter.

It started out a little rough until we realized E needed a diaper change- and of course there were no bathrooms other than porta potties.  So, we had to find a spot in the grass without a million people around to change her, but after that she was all smiles. 

She was so curious and she thought everything was for her to eat.  Apples, pumpkins, corn...everything! 

It looks like Emily is a fan of Fall just like her mama!










 
 
 
 

11 comments:

  1. What is better than yummy cider or apple donuts in the fall? Seriously. SO scrumptious!

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  2. Awwww - the first pictures is my favorite, but E with her daddy is a close second. :)

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  3. Was Emily trying to walk holding your hand in that picture? Looks like a wonderful weekend spent with your family!

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  4. I love her and it might be a good thing you live so far away because I might steal the HB.

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  5. Her trying to eat the pumpkin is so cute!! Glad you had a wonderful time! I wanted to go to our cider mill this weekend, but the highs are only in the 50s!

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  6. Love these pictures! So cute :) I'm going to have to see if there is something like this in our area, looks like such fun!

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  7. Ah, I love this. I wish I had been there with my camera :) I will make it someday, I swear.

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  8. This looks like so much fun. I love the one of her trying to eat the pumpkin. She is adorable! :)

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  9. How cute is this??????

    She is just the best! Fall is my absolute favorite too!

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  10. I can't even handle seeing that you were at soergel's!!! total flashback and makes me miss home so badly :)

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