Pumpkin Patchin

Monday, October 22, 2012

I love NOT being pregnant.  When I am pregnant I am cranky and going to the pumpkin patch sweating my butt off while feeling like I am going to puke sucks.  It is about as fun as the most un fun thing you can think of.  That was me last year.  So this year I felt like I had some making up to do. This time around the weather was perfect, I was not sweating or having a panic attack from my latte and my two year old was not having a tantrum...yeay!  It was a little drizzly and cold, which made me feel even more festive.  So here are a few pictures from our day...

Oh and I may be turning into an old person, but when did pumpkins get so expensive?!  They are now $10 a pop.  I remember when they used to be like $2.  Yep I am getting old.

The pumpkins behind me were obviously much more exciting than the special family pumpkin patch moment (well sans my hubby) I was trying to capture.  Seriously we took at least 10 pictures like this and they are all a variation of the two above.  Typical.



A pumpkin for Ronin...oh and don't you hate it when a butt (there on the right) photo bombs your picture?  She really needs to butt out of my photo...haha I make myself laugh.

And a pumpkin for Max, which he decided to shot put into the air 5 seconds after this picture.  I am serious, the kid really wanted to ditch that particular pumpkin.  

 A pretty legit creepy corn maze.  I have no desire to enter one of these.  Like ever.  Taylor Swift's song just popped into my head...  If you don't know what I am talking about you are probably thinking I am having a serious case off ADD, which is very likely anywhoo...


On a side note: Delighted Momma is getting a  blog makeover and I am so excited for a little change and a new look coming soon.

25 comments:

Alli from Life on LeRoy said...

Bahahhahaha! Totally love the photo-bomb moment! That is priceless!

Jenny said...

Too funny! Yes, that song kills us! Anna (12) and Diva (2) - we all walk around saying, "like never, ever, ever." Jenny

Barnicles said...

awesome! your looking great!

and yeah, pumpkin HIKE! however our asda had a deal 2 for £2! so im going in there!

Are you painting or carving your pumpkin this year?

Barnicles x

Barnicles said...

butt out hahahaha

Meg {henninglove} said...

looks like an awesome time with the family lindsay!! ronin is so cute and i love his hat. oops butt photo bomb!

Alexa said...

Oooh yay for blog makeovers and yay for not being pregnant! You look so cute, Lindsay, love the outfit! :) We did the pumpkin patch as well this weekend!

sherri lynn said...

So glad you were able to enjoy the pumpkin patch this year! $10 a pumpkin does seem like a lot though! haha that butt photo bomb made me laugh! so typical.

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

hahaha the photo bombing butt! I have been saying the same thing....when did pumpkins become so darn expensive. I mean they are just oversized vegetables, right? Right they are vegetables? It may have to do with the drought across alot of the country this summer.

2manyironsinthefire said...

Loved your pictures and your story today.. made me feel like about 8 years ago when the boys did the same thing to me at the pumpkin patch...Loved your outfit! so cute and the boys too.. saw a glimpse of Ian which I liked very much... miss you guys...

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... $10 a pumpkin is waay too much. Here in Half Moon Bay the smaller go for $1, medium $2-3, Large $4-6. You must have picked a "high-end/designer" farm :)It sure is beautiful there though.

Jenny Taylor said...

You have such a sweet lil family! :) I can't wait till our little one gets here and is old enough to enjoy going to a pumpkin patch!

I also can't wait to see your blog make-over! Yay!

Sarah said...

You guys are so cute and I'm so glad this was a better year than last year. You should go to the Cal Poly Pomona pumpkin patch. They only have it for 1 weekend, but beach ball sized pumpkins are like $5 AND they have a fun farmers markets, a bug exhibit, and even the tiny dounuts!

- Sarah
agirlintransit.blogspot.com

Brynn {chartreuse and a twist} said...

Thank you for cracking me up :D Loving your writing style here...it's like we get to peek into your journal! You and your sweet family are just so freakin' adorable!!! Looks like pumpkin patchin' was a success! And I am with you - no thank you to the creepy corn maze! XO Brynn

Emily Marie {Isnt That Charming} said...

Looks like you had a great time! Your kids are adooorable!
Isn’t That Charming.

Baking in Couture said...

Your baby is so freaking cute!!!!! Great post.
Xo Inna

BAKING IN COUTURE
www.bakingincouture.com

Heather said...

Haha! You crack me up!! And that is quite a butt!

Zamane Kahvesi said...

Oooh very nice picture...

Waking Up To This..... said...

Love following your blog and that you always look so cute!

Marci
http://wakinguptothis.blogspot.com

My-cliffnotes said...

You seriously have the cutest family

Lauren said...

haha...a photo bombing butt is never a good thing! haha!

Rachael said...

You're SUCH a funny lady! I love the family photo with the back of Max's head. I hope you keep that forever because it's those moments that say more about the family at that moment, ya know? And how funny that he shot-putted that pumpkin (I see track and field in his future). You're the most gorgeous woman! I don't know how you have two little kids and look so fabulous and put together! I can't even manage and I have no excuse.

Anna Elder said...

HAHAHA you just summed up the first 9-10 weeks of my pregnancy. I honestly barely left the house let along got out of bed. I feel so awful for people who work full time in an office. Anyway, how very nice to enjoy the pumpkin patch with your baby on the outside! :) And seriously, pumpkins are so expensive! It's ridiculous. Especially the cool funky ones. However, you and the fam look adorable.

steph anne said...

Can I have your pretty hair please?! I love it!

Ruthy said...

That butt photo bombing your picture was so funny!! I do hate it when something in the background ruins a good shot. Seeing you with your two kiddos gives me baby fever. My daughter is 6 years old and I feel the urge for a baby but then again I am not ready to go back to diapers and everything else that comes along with having a baby.

You all look happy and healthy and I loved this post and it reminds me that I need to go to the pumpkin patch.

Emily said...

I am 25 years old, Type 1 diabetic with an 11 month old daughter and currently expecting baby number 2 as well : ) It feels amazing knowing that there are other women out there who take care of themselves and are showing diabetes what's up! Keep up your amazing work.

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