There is this local pumpkin patch that the girls have been wanting to go to and we finally made it there the day before Halloween. Better late than never right? It was a lot of fun, but these places make out like bandits for their little attractions! $3 per child for some bouncy jump house is kind of ridiculous. We let the girls do the $1 and $2 little attractions, but we drew the line at the $3. It just seemed kind of excessive to us (or maybe we’re just cheapos) for what they were offering.
Besides our qualms with their prices for some activities, we did of course allow the kids to have fun with the ones that seemed slightly more reasonable. True and Brave went on the big slide together, but I think Brave got a little freaked out by it that she didn’t want to go back on. True on the other hand, was all about it. Soul was too small for most of the attractions that she could only ride one of them and she was so cute going down that big slide. That little Soul is pretty fearless when it comes to rides and playgrounds. We were just at the patch for an hour, but it was enough to satiate the little desires of our girls.
We came home with a pretty large pumpkin and the girls are still wanting to carve it, so I am thinking we might despite the fact Halloween already came and went. I don’t think there are any rules preventing pumpkin carving in November, are there?!