10.17.2011

This One

This past weekend we went to one of those pumpkin patches that is more like an amusement park. It was fun(ish). $85 later and zero pumpkins purchased the kids were tired and hot so we decided to leave and go to a small pumpkin patch near our house the next day to buy them. 

Luca found a nice not too big not too small pumpkin


Rocco needs to feel every damn pumpkin they have (even when there are 100's), but we're totally o.k. with that. 


What to say about this child of mine? I am not kidding when I say that out of an entire field of pumpkins he finds this. There was no changing his mind that this was his choice. 
As I was taking pictures I was mildly embarrassed, but clearly not too embarrassed to post them to Le Internets for the world to see.

9 comments:

Courtney said...

each awesome in their own way. love this.

Carolyn said...

Maybe it's the age? O is completely obsessed with everything that doesn't look like a pumpkin too.

Jennifer said...

Your kids are the best!! We dont really 'do' halloween in Australia, so no trooping through pumpkin fields for us, but I know how long it takes to choose a Christmas tree when you have a whole field to choose from, so probably best we dont do Halloween

kristin said...

HAHA! Great post - nice pick, Vinny! Kids are the best. :)

greatjencreations said...

That is awesome. Boys will be boys, I guess? Too funny.

Love the little one's hair, by the way.

Kimberly said...

Can't stop laughing. And man, Vinny's hair is looking super awesome.

small + friendly said...

I love that you ended up going to two different patches! I think Vinny's "pumpkin" rules!

Ariel M said...

omg! this is all too funny. thank you for making me laugh so hard!

Victoria said...

I just spent pumpkin patch time with my son who has bilateral microphthalmia and lives somewhere on the autism spectrum. He's 21 and he still had to touch every last one of those pumpkins! He chose a monster and as soon as I said he had to carry it, he downsized.

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