Cox Farms 2014

Hello friends!

Sunday the sun decided to grace us with its presence, so we gathered the family and headed to Cox Farms. As soon as we got there he wants to show Grandma the cows. IMG_6732That was until he spotted the slides, then he insisted on having grandma take him on the slide. IMG_6733I would have taken more pictures than this but the little kid who went down before him was just sitting at the bottom of the slide, so I had to save him from Liam coming down the slide. Luckily there were so many other things catching his attention he didn’t want to go down the slide 100 times.

We tired to get some good pictures of Archer and Liam, but it is very difficult to ask a toddler to sit down for more than 30 seconds so you can take his picture.

IMG_6734 IMG_6736 IMG_6735He then of course discovered the tractor and wanted to drive it.

IMG_6737 IMG_6743and we as adults thought it would be a great idea to put Archer on top (don’t worry Anya was holding him)

IMG_6738 IMG_6742 IMG_6741 IMG_6740 IMG_6739We “sat down” for a few minutes to scarf down some food, before Liam wanted to get up and start running around again. He was so excited to discover all the new things on the farm that he just ran around in a circle singing and talking to himself. It was adorable. We discovered a Liam sized playground that had a slide. One he went down about 20 times before we told him it was time to go.

IMG_6745 IMG_6744 IMG_6747 IMG_6746He has gotten so big, it is unreal!

Anyway.. They had an awesome kiddie section that was roped off, so only kids his size could run around in there. They had a really cool wooden train the kids could climb on.

IMG_6751 IMG_6750 IMG_6749 IMG_6748He was so busy running around I could barely get any good shots of him.

Honestly if it didn’t cost $17 a person to go there I would take him there every weekend of the season so that he could play. Next year, I told Erin that they have to come up and we will take all (4!!!) kids there to play. Caden and Liam will be 2.5, Theo will be 1 and baby girl will be 8 months old! Insane to think that far ahead!  I tried to convince Patti to come with us this year, but she had already gone during the week with Michael’s playgroup.  Next year I am making them come too, then we will have SIX kids total, insanity. We might need more than one grandma in attendance next year!

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Liam was so tired he passed out in the car and totally ruined his nap

FB_IMG_1413134855938No big deal, because all he wanted to do was cuddle on the couch with daddy and watch football.

2014-10-12 14.38.01A great end to a wonderful fall day!

I hope everyone has a great day!

Cheers!

 

 

 

One thought on “Cox Farms 2014

  1. Cox Farms says:

    Oh my, such cute kiddos! Glad you found the Kiddie Zone- your guys are the perfect age for it. A few Fall Festival “Protips” for you: Weekend admission goes down to $14 per person the first two weekends and the last weekend, and if you sign up as a Cox Farms member, you get further discounts on certain weekends. If you can swing a weekday, it goes down to $9 and it is way less crowded (especially after lunch). On the final weekend (Nov 1-2), members get super discounted admission AND we smash pumpkins all over the farm for our “Pumpkin Madness” celebration (in addition to all the usual Fall Festival fun).

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