Homeschool Day at the Pumpkin Patch

It may be warm here in Arizona, but we are in full swing of ushering in the fall season.  Even if that means going to the pumpkin patch farm in 90 degree weather.  Recently, Hadara and I took a homeschool day out as we traveled to our city’s local pumpkin patch farm.  Every year, we want to go, but then life gets in the way and before I know it, October is over and so are the pumpkin patch festivities.  The last time Ruben and I took Hadara to the pumpkin patch farm, she was two years old.  I felt so bad, because we’ve missed it every year since then, so this time, I became intentional.  I planned it and wrote in in stone on our homeschool calendar in September and declared that rain or shine, we would be there!

Although, we missed daddy (Ruben) because he couldn’t be with us, we kind of made it a mother daughter homeschool day out!  Why not?

Wow! Hadara looks so grown up, but she’s still my little pumpkin!

The tractor ride was bumpy and hilarious!  Here I was trying to hold my iPhone and my digital camera while I filmed, snap chatted and took pics all at one time.  Hadara and I laughed the whole ride!

One more thing to check off our fall bucket list.  We had a blast!

First time going through a corn maze and we kind of got lost.  Hadara led the way in and helped us find our way out.  Good girl!

Then we went pumpkin picking!

Hadara and I looked for the best pumpkin for our next homeschool recipe day.  We’ll be baking our 1st pumkin pie real soon!

Then, we rested.  We found a nice grassy area in the field under some shady trees and just layed back, taking it all in.  Enjoying this new season of fall together, making homeschool memories and loving life!

How do you and your children enjoy the fall season?  If love to hear what you do in your part of the world.

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