October 12, 2009

The Great pumpkin

To me, a pumpkin patch is an essential halloween memory, so I was so excited when I found a "pumpkin patch" here in Phoenix. So the pumpkins aren't actually growing in this field. ( I am pretty sure that pumpkins won't grow in the desert), but someone did take them time to unload them off a truck and scatter them in the tall grass like they had grown there.

Kaylie was in love with the pumpkins. She counted each of them and touched each of them. She climbed on them, kissed them, and picked out a little tiny one that she was treating like a baby.

Hooray for fall!


errin julkunen-pedersen said...

it still blows my mind how much she looks like ali. this looks like it was so much fun.


Crystal said...

Pumpkin patching is in our plans for this evening. It looks like fall in Phoenix even though I know it is at least 80 degrees

Taney Family said...

So dang cute! You are becoming an amazing photographer too!! The girls were just talking about their pumpkin carving weekend at your house --- we miss you all..

Anonymous said...

So great that they created a pumpkin patch there so you don't have to miss out on that part of fall. Cute pics as always!

Heather and Dave said...

She is really growing up! She doesn't have those baby cheeks anymore and is looking like such a little lady. I love how much she loves her baby dolls and that ant story was CRAZY! Get some ant traps or spray amy!! Hopefully we will see you guys soon! Miss you!