After Labor day, it's the first time of the year that Oak Glen is open for fruit picking. I remember going as a little girl for a class trip and James and I have been wanting to take the kids. We knew they would love it. It was a perfect day. A day that you want to freeze and don't want to end. The weather was beautiful, we got there without getting lost, the kids were happy, we were happy. We picked apples, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries. There weren't a lot of blackberries but a lot of raspberries and strawberries. Afterwards, we ate and the kids played outside. Jocelynn climbed the tree and Carter was throwing rocks in the creek. They threw rocks in the pond also. They both slept the way home and when we got home I put Carter in his crib and he slept more. He was exhausted.
Carter was cracking us up because he loved throwing rocks and kept laughing at Jocelynn. It was making us laugh to see him so happy.
Happy boy throwing rocks. He is always into dirt and has dirt everywhere.
Carter's eating a strawberry. He kept picking them and eating them . . .:) Not washed . . . oh well.
Carter just as happy as can be in the dirt.
Jocelynn picking strawberries!
They were pretty, red, juicy strawberries!
PLaying in the creek.
Bag full of Gala apples.
Her first apple picked
They loved the goats
Picking blackberries, these were harder for her to pick. Raspberries and strawberries were easier.
Corn and pumpkins will be here in a couple weeks! I think we've found a new family tradition every year!