Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Fall Fun Day

We took Hannah to Weber's Farm on Sunday morning to drink apple cider, have a hay ride, and look at ducks and bunnies and goats. You know, fall stuff. There are tons of farms like this in the area that set up family fun areas with hay rides and animals and stuff; my goal is to explore a new on every week...or at least to go to one other one sometime this season.  We started with Weber's because it was familiar to me, having taken the boys I used babysat there back in the day. Familiar was essential due to my lack of sleep the night before and resulting inability to function the next morning. At 3:00 a.m. Hannah sounded a scream that hit my deeply sleeping body like a fire alarm and sent so much adrenaline pumping through me that I was actually shaking when I got to Hannah's room. It was an unnecessary rush: Hannah was out again within 5 minutes.  I, however, was up until at least 4:30 and then I tossed and turned and woke up a few more times before she sounded that crazy alarm of hers again at 6:30 a.m. I was none too happy about dragging myself out of bed and was a completely unfunctioning cranky pants for most of the morning.

I snapped out of it when we got there though; how could I not??  These first three shots are in the little mini corn maze set up for tiny munchkins (larger munchkins go in the real maze with much taller walls).  Doesn't she look like such a big girl????!

Wheeee!!! She loved the slide.

The view from the foot of the slide.
I wish Hannah were cuter in this picture...It's so rare that I get on that side of the camera.
Mama's turn to take Hannah down the slide!

Hay ride! I love Hannah in this shot--look at her folded arms!


  1. Sounds like Hannah may have had night mares. You all look rather tired. Hopfully you are caught up on your sleep.

  2. I was wondering that, if they were nightmares. This isn't the first time it happened, and in the beginning, I thought it was definitely nightmares. I was hoping the ladybug constellation thing would help with that but she doesn't like me to turn it on in the middle of the night. I can't think that anything else would make her scream like that, but it's just so strange...

  3. A dim night light may help. If I know have already tried that.


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