Last week when Griffin was the only sick family member, Grayson and I had a date to Gentry Farm in Franklin with some friends. Poor Griff had to stay at home with Ben. I felt bad for him but it was nice to have some one on one time with my biggest boy! It doesn't happen too often. Gentry Farm is a cute pumpkin patch with hayrides, a corn maze, & lots of activities for little kids.
It was a beautiful morning & we actually got to wear actual fall clothes! G insisted on wearing his work boots like daddy. If only he could have driven his Gator around the farm...that would have been perfect!
I mean, really. Look how beautiful! I will never get over how beautiful God has made our world. It's amazing!
We went on the hayride with some friends first before it got crowded. We had not done this hayride since G was Griffin's age! It went all through the farm & right up next to the cows. Grayson loved looking at all the babies!
Reed & Grayson on the hayride...buddies for over 2 years!
Catherine and I tried to recreate a picture we have of the boys in front of the barn from 2 years ago. We learned one thing: 3 years are not the best at being cooperative.
We played in the little trough area with corn kernels for a long time. This was probably the first time ever that Grayson played independently with his friends and I could actually visit with my friends! We're growing up, folks.
It was such a fun morning & I'm so glad G waited 12 hours to get sick so we could have our day date. I sure do love that 3 year old!