After seeing the raptor release we weren’t sure what our plans were and figured we’d give the kids a few choices and let them decide. While there was an apple orchard right next door, we decided to head home and go to the Luce Line Orchard since it’s so close and I knew it had a play area and lots of room for the kiddos, and you’ve gotta love small town fun. While we weren’t able to actually pick the apples off the trees it was still enjoyable. First, though, we had a little picnic lunch before hitting the road.
Phoebe was also obsessed with big smooches that day because she’s obsessed with makeup and was hoping that some of my lipstick would transfer to her lips if she kept kissing me. Haha!
Once we arrived I was worried we’d never move from the stack of hay bales. Really, kids? All you want to do is climb hay? There are apples and caramel and caramel covered apples even! Come on!
Eventually they moved on, once they saw the tractor ride, of course. They were both very excited to get their own tickets and give them to the gal doing the driving. I was a little worried that Phoebe would freak out when she realized Mommy and Daddy weren’t coming and wouldn’t be nearby for a few minutes, but she had a blast! They both did!
I also forgot they have food there and it’s a great place to just hang out and spend an afternoon. Definitely have to go back and will probably get some pumpkins there too. I think that’s where Phoebe and I got our pumpkins last year. We’ll also have to be back every year, however, maybe next time Josh shouldn’t be trusted to take them all. :p
Phoebe was struggling with the concept of standing like Enzo so we could get an accurate measurement of height. Sometimes I feel like I’m speaking a foreign language when talking to toddlers… “Put your feet together” becomes “spread them out as far as humanly possible” and then she kept standing on her tippy toes. Haha.
Goofballs. Phoebe and I rocked our matching leggings. I admit it, I get as excited as she does to match. Haha. I know there’s a limited time frame for how long we’ll be able to do so. I asked Enzo if he wanted to get matching leggings and he told me leggings were for girls. Stinker. :p
We took a little stroll and then grabbed a bag of Sweet Tango apples and caramel for dipping and headed home. I was counting on the kids crashing hard after all the running around they did and it was nice to just take it easy until bedtime.
One last Enzo tidbit… as we were walking along, he held up his hand as though he were looking at a phone and kept saying, “According to my phone, we’re going the wrong way.” I’m not sure if that’s a sign we’re on our phones too often or if it’s just a normal sign of the times and instead of pretending to read a paper map like when we were kids, he’s just doing the updated version. Either way, we got a good chuckle out of that.