Saturday, October 25, 2008

DSAC Hayride and Pumpkin Patch Event

When Babies Attack

**My blogger photos are still being weird. I don't know why I can't write above the first photo...Anyhoo.

We organized an outing for our younger kids' in the Down Syndrome Association of Charlotte at Hunter Farms today. It was a little wet (I think about 5 other families were scared away by the weather...), but the rain cleared and the sun shone, and it was a great day for our outing. We had cider and LOTS of cookies, then rode the hay wagon to the animal barn, then chose pumpkins to take home. The boys were totally awesome (thanks to Kristin and her son Joe who thought to bring a soccer ball!!). Chase loved crawling on the pumpkins, but was a little freaked out at the petting zoo part. Ian wished we could please go on the shorted hay ride.

Bryan made the boys do a little light farmwork while we were there.
Chase is expecting a high 5 from Avery, but really she just likes bopping him on the head as she toddles by.

Much to my chagrin, Bryan taught Ian how to play Toss the Pumpkin.

"All of these are mine...All MINE!"

Our crew- Dominic, Lauren, Joe, Ian, Chase, Avery, Kaitlyn, and Cooper.

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