Last week, one of the girls in our ward invited everyone to Peter Piper's Pizza before they opened. They took the kids on a tour of the back, and then were able to make their own pizza. What was up with Jack, though? He really wasn't interested in anything until someone mentioned making pizza.
The kids also got tokens for their games, and Lincoln just wanted to spend his time sitting in this little school bus. No, not on the seat, but on the floor. Kids were getting annoyed.
On Saturday, we wanted to do something fun with the kids. We got tickets to go to Schnepf Farms, where they had a carousel, hay ride, a pumpkin patch, amusement park, petting zoo, all sorts of playgrounds, a kiddie maze, a grown-up maze, and I could go on.
This little road rally cart was SO much fun! Doug and I pedaled, and we went for a little ride through the trees you see behind us. We all enjoyed this one.
Jack got to go on his very first roller coaster! It was a good one, too!
Lincoln finally crashed for a little while after lunch. Look at those eyelashes! What a beautiful boy.
We decided to save a couple dollars (and our backs) and just get some pumpkins at the grocery store after Schnepf Farms. We carved them on Sunday after church, since we don't have time to do family nights on Monday's with Doug getting home at 6:30.
We turned off the lights after the sun went down to show the boys. Lincoln held onto me tighter and tighter, the closer I got to the pumpkins. Jack thought it was pretty cool, though.