Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Fall Times in October

Mia Turns 3! 
Big sister, Lola who is in Braden and Reed's class at church. Isn't she so pretty! 

Ryan opening the boys' "Monster" eggs from their hunt. 
 The Monster fruit bowl! Tamara's mom got this idea off of Pinterest. Too cute! 
 Ryan is such a great dad to Braden, Reed and Kylie and he works really hard for our family! 
 Braden, Preston, Reed, Lola, and Maddi 
 One of Tamara's friends little girls, Maddi, Kylie and Lola
 Reed, Preston and Braden. I love this picture! 
 Mr. Garner took the kids on a lot of rides all night. Case is driving Mia and Kylie around. 
 The boys can entertain themselves for hours playing with the tractors, trucks and trailers.
 Is playing in the drainage pipe safe?! 
 Pumpkin Patch
Saturday, Ryan and I took the kids to a patch the gives 100% of its proceeds to cancer research. They had bounce houses, face painting, pumpkin painting, corn buckets, etc to play.
 Then we came home and "carved" our pumpkins! I love that Reed's kit had an eye patch with it. He still has to patch his left eye 4 hours a day to strengthen his right eye but no glasses right now!
I love Fall time but am not ready for cold weather. We have had a wonderful summer and praying that we all stay well this winter!

Family Retreat and Pumpkin Patch

Walden Farms Pumpkin Patch 
This is Braden and Reed's sweet class at school. The girls are definitely outnumbered by the boys!
Colton, Hagen, Reed, Felicity and Braden getting off of the hayride at Walden Farms. 
 Reed and Ella Tate
Ella Tate, Reed, Braden and Molly enjoying the hay bales. 
Back Row: Reed, Ford, Clay, Gray, Corbin and Colton
Front Row: Felicity, Molly, Ella Tate, Jackson and Braden
 Family Retreat at Henry Horton with Brentwood Hills. 
Camille, Kylie and Maddi
 Mrs. Becky and Big Brent with Kylie and Maddi on the tractor ride. 
 Kylie and Caleb are big buds. They are in the same class at school together and they both get a little red when we mention the other persons name! 
 Maddi and Kylie provided entertainment to all of the people behind them. They played forever in this bucket of rice. They had rice in all their crevices when they were done! 
 By the end of the long day, the kids were wiped out during the singing that night.