Pumpkin Patch ’16

Fall festivities are by far my most favorite things to look forward to this time of the year. Not only is the weather perfect (all you need is some light layering to keep cozy) but everything else is also sort of magical.

This past weekend, we took the kiddos to a pumpkin patch just outside of the city. We try to visit a different one each year. Our adventure this year lead us to Marini Farm in Ipswich. This farm was amazing! It had everything- corn maze, farm animals, hayrides, a playground with giant inflatable slides, and a bakery that served freshly made apple cider, cider donuts, candy apples and so much more autumn goodies.

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Axel’s mouth was actually stuffed with cider donuts! And poor baby- his hair is in desperate need of a haircut. Btw- do you see that giant pumpkin in the background?!

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In addition to picking pumpkins, we also grabbed a few mums for our front doorsteps.

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I’m looking forward to many more family weekend adventures this season. The kids love going on ‘surprise’ field trips. After the weekly grind of work and such, it’s so nice to unwind with the family. What are your family traditions each fall? Please share!

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