We had yet another relaxing weekend.
We're pretty much soaking it up before November comes
and our schedules are jam-packed until January.
Friday night we got our hairs did by our lovely friend Lindsey.
Afterwards we went to a very late dinner at Broder.
We almost decided to just go home and sleep but I'm so glad we toughed it out and ate some delicious aebleskivers for the team.
Saturday morning we met up with Chris' mom and grandma at Lovejoy Bakers.
We let Bennett run around afterwards to get some energy out
(that child is one big ball of energy!)
After naptime, the sun was shining a bit so we decided to go to the pumpkin patch.
It was a little drizzly when we got there, which is to be expected in Oregon:
The drizzle turned into a downpour while we were being pulled out to the patch by the tractor:
It was kind of fun but we didn't stay down at the patch
for very long since we were getting completely soaked:
Searching for a pumpkin:
Buck and I waiting in line to go back:
Of course once we got back on the wagon, the rain stopped and the sun came out:
(nice work Oregon)
Since we were already wet,
Chris thought it would be fun to splash in puddles once we got home:
We made some soup and watched Toy Story while we warmed up.
Sunday was the ultimate veg out day.
Everone decided to sleep late for once which was amazing.
Chris made breakfast while I fed Buckley his first taste of food, a banana:
I'm not surprised he loved it because both Chris abd Bennett are banana-obsessed.
I figured out that we go through about 30 bananas a week!
(Should be interesting once the boys are hungry teenagers. Yikes.)
My mom came over in the afternoon and brought us an apple peeler
for some applesauce I was planning on making for Buck:
Bennett had a blast peeling the apples.
Also, that is the coolest machine we have ever seen.
I want to hug the person that invented it:
(we all managed to stay in our pajamas until we got ready for church Sunday night, and it was glorious)
Oh and to add to our awesomely lazy day, we had a family nap:
After naptime Buck realized that his brother is a weirdo:
(this might be my most favorite picture ever)
I wish every weekend could be like this.
Happy Tuesday Friends!