Last weekend, Lilah arranged a trip to the pumpkin patch with some of her besties.
(I know, I know, only one of them is looking at the camera, but I took about a dozen and this was the best of the bunch. You try getting four two-year-olds to look at the camera at the same time! The fact that we got them all sitting for the same 30 second period was a feat in and of itself.)
It was a beautiful fall day in Vancouver, and it appeared that the rest of the city had the same idea about heading to the patch. The place was totally bumpin' by 10 am. But once we made it through the ticket line-up and got inside, the fun began.
The pumpkins weren't the only things looking good on this particular visit.
There was music and there was dancing and there was a giant cob of corn with questionable rhythm.
But then, I guess it's hard to dance when your range of motion is restricted by a costume like this.
Lilah's friends danced their little hearts out and repeatedly stuck their little hands through the railings of the stage, patiently waiting for one the giant corn and pumpkin mascots to take pity and offer them a high five. Apparently the secret to achieving true rock star status is donning a giant corn suit.
She may be shy when it comes to mascots, but girl throws herself whole-heartedly into the task of eating, and the farm fresh apples included in the price of admission were no exception.
Have you made your trip to the patch yet this year?