Last Friday we took Gage out of school to visit one of our favorite places, Ticonderoga Farms. We discovered Ticonderoga one Easter when they had a Spring festival and then visited this year for their Fall Festival. There is so much to do aside from pumpkin pickin'- slides down hills, playground equipment, a hayride, a bounce pillow, etc. We thought Friday would be a nice day to go and not have to worry about excessive crowds with Ezra. There was hardly anyone there so Gage got to play as he pleased, I found somewhere quiet to feed Ezra and we got to pretty much have the place to ourselves. We didn't get too many pictures this time around, but did take a few of the boys in their Halloween garb, since Gage would finally sit with Ezra (yay!).
|Kind of a bad picture of E, but at least his outfit is cute!|
|1st time Gage was really interested|
|Love this one.|
|Birth announcement worthy?|
|Me and my boys|
|Not bad for a self portrait|
|ha...I LOVE this one|
|Gage's favorite slide|
|Apparently Mommy going down the slide is the funny thing in the world to Gage. You gotta click on this one to see his face!|
|Daddy didn't tell me that Ezra was barely in the picture.|
|My sweet pumpkin|
Saturday morning we skipped soccer to go to one of Gage's classmates' bounce house birthday party. It definitely was a hit and a valid replacement, being that Gage could really care less about soccer anyway. I went with Gage to bounce while Luke stayed home with Ezra. Whew....2 and 3 year olds wear me out! I didn't really get any pictures since I was bouncing with Gage the whole time. I was tired, I can't imagine how tired the kids were, but we definitely had a great time.....which is why Gage will have a bounce house birthday as well in just a few weeks.
I also got to have lunch with a good friend who was in town this week and kept Gage home yet again yesterday so we could play with her boys. (Sorry, no pictures) It's a shame to pay so much for daycare and to have to pay even if he's not there, but every once in a while, we have to do something special, right? Good to see you, Bonnie!