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Sentimental Snapshots: “Scary Faces”

Sentimental Snapshots: “Scary Faces”

It’s October again, which means it’s time for a family tradition that many of you probably also share – a trip (or trips!) to the pumpkin patch!  The pumpkin patch is one of my favorite times of fall, so I tend to post about it every year.  First, there was C’s very first pumpkin patch visit in 2011, at Hodges Farm.  Then, there was last year’s trip to Hall Family Farm, which also happens to be the best pumpkin patch deal in Charlotte – it inspired me to write last year’s post about “Pumpkin Patching on a Shoestring Budget.”  (And…Read the rest of this entry →

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5 Ways to Have Fun With Strawberries This Season!

5 Ways to Have Fun With Strawberries This Season!

Strawberry season is without a doubt one of my favorite times of the year.  A bucket overflowing with plump, juicy red strawberries held triumphantly by a toddler with red-stained hands and face is a joyful image indeed!  And now that the season is upon us, I thought it would be fitting to share a few of our family’s favorite strawberry-related activities… PICK YOUR OWN:  Growing up I can remember every year driving to the local farm with my mom, often several nights per week, all throughout the month of May.  We’d pick 4, eat 2, then drop the rest in…Read the rest of this entry →

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Pumpkin Patch on a Shoestring Budget

Pumpkin Patch on a Shoestring Budget

Autumn is one of those times where almost every day seems to bring perfect weather for being outside.  And not only does it feel good to BE outside, there are loads of fun things to DO outside this time of year!  And the one thing that almost all families look for once the leaves start to change is a PUMPKIN PATCH!  As a former elementary school teacher, I’ve actually been to my fair share and then some of pumpkin patches over the years – and I can firmly state that all pumpkin patches are NOT created equal! Most are pretty good…Read the rest of this entry →

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