Sunday, October 10, 2010

Support your local farm

It's become a tradition: on a sunny day in October we go apple picking. Last year both girls were very industrious and G was still in my belly. This year G kicked contentedly in the stroller. E's first priority was a snack:
but then she picked and picked
while L snacked.
They picked and picked together




and then L decided to give back. (The potty training, it's still an imperfect thing.)
One quick field change from wet unders to emergency pull-up (and a quick shot of vitamin D for a pale tushie) and we could carry on like nothing had ever happened.

I think, I mean I'm not sure but I think -- that must be what the farmers mean when they use the phrase "natural crop management." Pin It

2 comments:

SmartBear said...

LOL! That is so cute! We just did the apple orchard thing a couple of weeks ago. It was our first time and so much fun! The beauty of having a boy? When he's gotta go...find a tree little man.
(I didn't really. I would never. Really. Honest.) ;)
Best,
Tina
P.S. Apple picking makes for some awesome snapshots! Those tots are precious!

Laura said...

I love the pics! Too cute. You guys are so lucky we can't pick the apples at our local orchard, only the pumpkins. Still fun though.