She likes the mirror aisle. It's fun to watch her dance up and down it. Fun to me, anyway. We probably just annoy everyone else.
Nana met us at the Pumpkin Patch. We took Violet when she was little, so it was Piper's turn.
I have no idea why, but Piper loves to get into this position. Sort of a downward dog yoga thing. Strangers often applaud.
She announced this was the "potty pumpkin". Ah, toilet training!
Hmm...I think I'll take this one.
Look at the big pumpkin "flowers" behind us!
These pumpkin houses were amazing.
The insides of the houses depicted fairy tales and stories about pumpkins and fall.
Aren't these pumpkin houses amazing?
Some of these pumpkins and gourds were huge.
So many color variations.
I was impressed with these corn shuck horses pulling Cinderella's carriage.
My little ham. She picked that jacket out herself. We were at a thrift store, and she saw the tuxedo jacket and said, "Ooooh....nice coat!"
I sure love this baby. The big baby, too.
On the bridge with Nana.
...and donkeys. And like Piper enjoyed pointing out, lots and lots of poo poo.
Someone's getting sleepy.
She closed her eyes and was so still! Did I tell you guys I used to do face painting? I'd do parties and events dressed in fairy clothes...the Face Painting Fairy. It was fun! I loved seeing the little kids so happy.
She wished her lips were orange, though.
The new children's garden is fabulous! Just look at those mushrooms. Very Alice in Wonderland.
She was flapping her wings like a bird.
I officially want these.
I'm a fan of over-sized sculptures.
Hello, little turtle!
We finished off the day at a greasy spoon cafe. Piper had a double order of bacon. Just like Daddy.
If you guys ever get the chance, don't pass up a visit to the Dallas Arboretum! Check their website for discounts, too.