We went to Seimer's Farm again this year. We actually went in October, but I am posting it later so that it won't get buried behind the other posts. And if you look back at the post from last year, you can REALLY see how much these kiddos have grown! Naomi is climbing up into the pirate ship here with her new kitty cat hat that I made for her. It was a pretty cold day, but we still had a lot of fun.
King Caleb is trying out his throne here in the castle there at the farm. He is wearing his froggie hat that I made for him too.
Daniel is sitting in the swing at the little log cabin built for children to play in there on the farm. They had a blast playing "house" and then also pretending that a monster was trying to get in the door. Daniel and Caleb both enjoyed getting to be the monster!
I wanted Josiah to pose with the crew here on top of the castle too, but no dice. "Mr. No Pictures" was in a mood. Later in the day though, he decided he was picture-worthy and he posed for quite a few for me!
As always, the kiddos got to ride "Little Toot" the train and Naomi rode in the front all by herself this year. Last year, she was too little and sat with me and waited for the brothers to ride.
The boys are waving to me as they set out on their "Little Toot" journey around the field where it goes. It has a little route that winds around and eventually goes through a tunnel and then back to the station.
Daniel is going down the slide here on the pirate ship and is giving me a big smile!
This picture just cracks me up! Caleb and the boys loved sliding down the pole in the pirate ship! This is his look at he got to the bottom.
Josiah gave me a nice muscle man pose with his pumpkin here. They all got to choose a free pumpkin at the end of our little adventure.
Naomi is showing me her pumpkin too. We brought our lunch to the farm and ended up eating it in the car because it was so cold outside. There were lots of school buses there for field trips too, so there were lots of kids around, but we still managed to play and get to see most everything we wanted to. They also followed the map to the treasure again (AKA golden, chocolate coins) and rode on the little bikes around the track also. The twins got to ride this year as they were big enough now! Overall, it was a fun time and the kids really enjoyed it!