Sunday I was up at 2 am, flew home, got Little Miss ready, said hi and bye to A, and headed to a new pumpkin patch. Little Miss and I had a date with her aunt Caitlin. Neither of us had been to this pumpkin patch but we were super excited because of all the attractions, including feeding giraffes and zebras.
Being a weekend and absolutely gorgeous weather, we weren’t the only ones who had the idea to visit the pumpkin patch. Even so, it still didn’t stop us nor did it stop Little Miss from being completely amazed and excited to be exploring a new fun place.
I loved how big this pumpkin patch is compared to the first one we went to this year. There’s so much to see and do and a ton of picture oopportunities.
We paid $14 to have access to the activities further in the patch, kids under 3 free. That included a cornbox, play areas, petting zoos, pig races, a pumpkin eating dinosaur, a corn maze and a wagon ride. Extra charge for a camel ride.
We spent most of of time feeding the animals of course.
This pumpkin patch was our last one of the season, and the last one in Illinois that we’ll go to. I’m so glad we got to explore a new place and we spent the day with one of my oldest friends and the other half of Team Barbie .