Once Leah got done riding the train we asked her what she wanted to do next and she wanted to go through the corn Maze. So at the beginning of the Maze they had several mail boxes that had questions that you could follow that would help you go through the maze. Leah loved the questions we picked. Some of the questions were; "Micky and Minnie are what? a)dog (turn left) b)Mice (turn right)...How many legs does a spider have? a) 2 (turn left) b) 12 (turn left) c) 8 (turn right)...Leah knew all the answers and we only got lost once. She just loved it. Here are some pictures of us in the maze.
Once we came out of the Maze Leah was ready to check out the rest of the farm. She first wanted to go and pet the goats. She was so excited when she found out that she also got to feed them. They came right up to her and she laughed and laughed. Keyan also got into the action and he wanted all of them to lick his hand. Yuck.
Next we went over to the children's maze. It was really cute with this pumpkin at the opening. Leah ran through the maze and then at the end of it she got to go down a slide. It was just perfect because the slide was slow enough Leah didn't get scared. She really loves to go down the slides as long as they go slow...it was just perfect.
We ended up going down the slide several hundred times before we convinced Leah to go and checked out the Corn play box. Leah loved playing in it. She even made some friends.
We let Leah play until the tractor came back and it was time to go to the pumpkin patch. Leah loved looking through all of the pumpkins to find her perfect one.
Justin found this really weird all distorted pumpkin. It was all wrinkly and was shaped all weird but he loved it.
Our kids and our pumpkins waiting for the tractor to come back and get us.
Here is us riding the tractor and Justin trying to hold onto our pumpkins.
When we got back we had to put our pumpkins in holes to see how big they were and then we paid by how big the pumpkin is. Lucky for us all the pumpkins were half off and we only had to pay 12 dollars for all o f our pumpkins. We were sure excited. We took the wheelbarrow to put the pumpkins in our car. The kids thought it was a hit when we let them ride in that on the way back. Keyan was so funny because he thought it was some grand ride. If i would have know what we would have just done wheelbarrow rides at home. oh well...we are sure having fun.
Before we left for the day Leah insisted that we go on the train ride again but that dad and Keyan had to go as well. Justin looked pretty funny trying to get into he train but Keyan loved that he got a turn too.
We then bought some popcorn and did the slide several more times before leaving. It was a fun family outing and i think that we should do this again next year...make it a family tradition..