We had quite the adventure trying to find the place, being given three different addresses it seriously took us an hour to get there and it is in American Fork. Holy cow. Not cool. Lucky for her, 4 whining kids begging for a pumpkin patch for an hour being lost was just what Meredith wanted for her birthday.
When we FINALLY found the place we went straight to the petting zoo part of the farm. Grant was a bit terrified at first but once he pet the first little goat he was all over the place.
There were like 10 piglets racing around everywhere, out of the cages and stuff. Oh my goodness they were adorable up until they went to eat from their mama and then I felt like they became ravenous wolves, just destroying that pig. Holy cow. I am so grateful I am not a pig, nursing a baby never looked so violent. I am not exaggerating, people. That huge full grown pig was shaking as these animals looked like they were eating her alive. I always imagined it like puppies nursing gently. No.
Next was Grant's favorite part! A big slide. And this time I let him go down all by himself, which he did at least 5 times and then Greco back up the big hill dragging his burlap sack behind him.
Next was the hay ride! I got a couple cute shots but the sun was in his eyes, which apparently means his tongue needs to be out.
Then last we grabbed a pumpkin on the way out, which was included in the price of admissions! Since Grant was free he just picked which one he wanted for himself and I didn't get a pumpkin. It took him quite awhile to find the perfect one but he was most proud of his selection once he did. He even insisted on carrying it for a good long time.
Thanks for taking us to the farm, Meredith! We had so much fun! I'm sad this time is over this weekend, Grant has really enjoyed all the hay ride, pumpkin loving Halloween fun! I'm so excited for all the Christmas activities coming up.