On Saturday we went to Black Island Farms. Earlier in the week I saw that they had a KSL deal for tickets and jumped on the opportunity (this isn't the exact deal I bought, but I think it's still a fair option). In hindsight I wish we would have waited until next Saturday or gone one evening this week, because with the 5K early Saturday morning we had a REALLY long day and the girls were SO over it by the end of the outing. We still had a good time though, Reagan loved the cow train and all of the slides. Naomi was terrified of the corn box, but loved the ghost water storage container. The pig races were pretty fun to watch, and I'm not totally sure if I've ever seen a bigger pig than I saw there that night.
This was only my second time going to a pumpkin patch in my whole life (the only other time being when I was about 8, and I don't remember it). I'm excited to continue going to pumpkin patches with our girls. As I learn more about this parenting thing, I'm really seeing the value of family traditions and how they can be a tool to strengthen family relationships and make it easier to spend time together as a family.
A few more pictures from our little outing below. (P.S. Reagan's face paint was slowing coming off, and by the time we got home only the littlest bits were left around the edges. Funny girl.)