Monday, October 29, 2007

Pumpkins, Hayrides, and The Red Sox

This afternoon we met up with some friends to visit the Wilson Farm in Lexington. It was adorable. They had a haunted hayride pulled by a tractor, which took us through the farm where they had created little halloween scenes out of hay. Some were really great. We picked out a pumpkin and carved it for family night. I love October and Boston is so great because they have so much to do to really bring that fall feeling to life. I must also say that everyone was lovely today around Boston after cleaning house in the World Series. Go Sox!!!

I could not get Toby to smile at me, but this is proof that we were at a farm and got pumpkins.

The boys got cookies the size of their faces and yes, unfortunately they ate all of it.

Ben refuses to look at the camera lately so this is the best we got of us actually on the hayride.

This was my favorite hay creation. It's hard to see but it's ghosts pulling this large hay elephant. Super cute.

4 comments:

burnett family said...

The boys are so big! We really should come out there and visit. I'll have to watch for some airline deals!

Kimberly said...

Ashley, you look great in that picture. I cannot believe this is how you look when you're pregnant. Love your hair too...it grows so fast! Wish we were there to join in the celebration.

Ann said...

October in the northeast is the best! You just have to go on hay rides, drink cider and eat cookies the size of your face!

Jade Dickson said...

I miss you guys so much. I can not wait to see you!