My parents got Riley a trampoline. A BIG one. And it is by far her most favorite thing at the moment.
And she knows that if she wants to go out and jump, she needs clothes, shoes, and sunscreen. So she goes and rounds up something to wear, puts her shoes on, and asks us to put sunblock on her, and she's outside and jumping around in no time flat. Jackson thinks the trampoline is pretty cool too.
I have many many photo shoots lined up in the next few weeks, so Riley and my mom were my test subjects at a few new spots I was looking into...
Isn't she just the best most cooperative little model ever??
And of course, like every other person with kids in the month of October, we visited the pumpkin patch. Now, I will say, I didn't plan the visit very well. We went midday- right when Riley was probably going to be getting very tired. Of course she perked up right as soon as we got there and the man asked her if she wanted to get IN the cage with the baby chickens. Ummm, yes, yes she did.
From the chickens, we moved on to the pigs, goats, and rabbits. Big fan...
Jackson, on the other hand, was more interested in trying to eat the hay.
Look at my big little boy in his blue hat. And he looooves his Aunt Jennie too.
I had to put a blanket down on the ground to take pictures of Jack because he was frantically trying to get everything he could into his mouth.
Including the pumpkins...
I wanted ONE, just ONE picture of my two kids together, sitting nicely, at the pumpkin patch. This was the best I got. And that photo required a LOT of effort.
But I consider the trip a success... not TOO many tears, and we left with one HUGE pumpkin!