Monday, October 15, 2012

Celebrating Fall

This weekend the kids and I went out with my parents to celebrate Fall at a few local festivals and a craft show. The first festival that we made our way to was at a country store in a local community named Boyce. Curtis and I visited the store last Summer before Bryar was born, and I just loved it. It now has new owners and they are doing such a GREAT job in making this store something like a dream for a country community.

We had breakfast along with my parents (hence my Dad in the back of our picture) and although I was not sure that Bryar was every going to stop eating buscuit and gravy, we eventually made our way out. We took a long hayride - way long and thankfully we ran into another blogger and her sweet son there that made the trip a lot more comfortable. (Hi Erin!)

 After we left Boyce, we headed to "Arts in Park" althouh we didn't stay long. We eventually headed to another gathering which was a long haul but pretty worth it.
 Charli got to shuck corn the old fashion way, see how apple cider was made in the "old days" and was able to watch a horse work too. Which we all know is Charli's favorite animal!
 I honestly believe that the picture above is one of the most sweet pictures every captured of Charli. The pure joy in her face of picking out her pumpkin is what Fall is all about!

Bryar loved playing with the pumpkins too! Sadly, he kept thinking that they were huge balls and tried rolling them around. But our little peanut is just a tad to small for that!

 It was a chilly and very windy day in Kentucky, especially for us to be out at festivals but I absolutely adore Fall and all that comes along with it! So therefore, we made the best of the weather and had a great day with Nana and Pa!
This coming weekend, we already have another big fall happeneing to attend in Glendale at the Crossings Festival. Have you ever been? If so, what is your favorite part about Glendale? I am so excited to return to this small yet adoable town!


Erin said...

Umm, it just dawned on me - we shoud have taken a picture together!! I'm so mad we didn't! And I've never been to Glendale -but hear it's great. I might have to think about going to that!!

Ali said...

You have the most adorable kids :-)

Heather said...

You have the prettiest big and so blue. :o)

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