We found the best pumpkins in the patch!

Yesterday we went to Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill’s annual pumpkin patch. Grandma Cindy and our good friend Barbara joined in on the fun too. We picked out some AWESOME pumpkins…small ones and BIG ones. Check it out!

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Yep, our wagon was full by the end, but Noah still managed to pull (and sometimes push) around all of our finds – thanks Noah.

They had to pose with their pumpkins before loading them up. Yes, all of the goofballs were in front of the camera!

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Picking pumpkins was the perfect way to enjoy the nice weather and get into the fall spirit. The pumpkin patch supports great causes too. The pumpkins were grown on the Navajo Nation Reservation in New Mexico, which distributes pumpkins to over 1,300 churches throughout the United States. Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill sells its pumpkins and donates all of the proceeds to local charities – pumpkins for a cause!

If you live in or around Alexandria and are in need of some great looking pumpkins, swing by Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill. You can read more about this fun pumpkin patch here.

And here is the video on their website…

This is our second year visiting this local pumpkin patch. We’ll definitely go back next year…or, who knows, maybe even again this year.

So, will we paint our pumpkins or carve them? You’ll have to wait and see! And stay tuned for more about Grandma Cindy and Grandpa Don’s visit. Noah is having a blast!

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Categories: Fun outings, Grandparents, Holidays | 1 Comment

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One thought on “We found the best pumpkins in the patch!

  1. Sandy Steen

    It looks like a fun day for all and the weather looks great also.

    I haven’t done any decorating in the house yet this week.

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