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They boys are very much into pumpkins and Halloween this October. So in the past few weeks, we have certainly gotten our fill of all things pumpkin!  Earlier in the month we headed to Providence for our annual trip to the Jack-0-latern Spectacular at Roger Williams Zoo.  As usual, the crowd was HUGE.  We actually lost Pete and Jack about 1/4 of the way down the trail.  Somehow, we all managed to get to the end at the same time though:-)

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That same weekend, we also took a trip to the pumpkin patch with Nana.  The boys each picked out their own little pumpkin, and helped us pick a couple big ones for carving.  They loved pulling the wagon and trying to pick up the pumpkins!

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This past weekend, we finally carved the pumpkin.  Jack provided detailed instructions for how Pete should carve the face.  A drawing was also commissioned and received Jack approval.  In the past, Jack preferred to just watch us clean and carve, but this year, he wanted in on the action.  Both he and Andrew were content to sit and pull out the “guts,” laughing hysterically as they did.  Pete decided this was his most successful carving venture to date–we have to agree!

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Back at the end of June, I took Andrew (and Jack) to their favorite park to do Andrew’s 2 year photos.  Trying to coral the two of them always makes me feel like I have no idea what I am doing:-)  As bad as I thought it went, I was still able to get a few good shots of Andrew (and just as many of them trying to wrestle and/or tackle one another).  It is so much easier to take photos of other people’s children!:-)

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Here is an outtake of the two of them:
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And a couple of Mr. Jack:

 

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We decided to take advantage of the boys waking up early and head to Tougas Farm for some blueberry picking bright and early last Saturday morning.  Basically we threw the boys in their clothes and hopped in the car and were off by 7:15am.  We grabbed breakfast on the road and were at the farm right when it opened at 8am.  We managed to pick a few pints of blueberries (not counting the pint the boys probably downed while picking…Andrew’s cup never seemed to fill up!), visit the animals, and play on the playground and still got to the boys’ 10am swim lessons on time.  Pretty sure these two are going to start to turn blue with the amount of blueberries they have consumed in the past week!

 

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This weekend was our 10-year Holy Cross reunion.  Saturday morning, me and the boys had breakfast with the HC crew, and then headed over to campus for the picnic and kid’s fair.  Pete’s track team had States, so he headed to Pembroke while I single-parented it with the kiddos 😉 .  Luckily, Linda co-parented with me for the day so I had much needed help corralling the boys:-)Yay for awesome friends who don’t mind carrying around a 30-pound almost two year old who was being a little (a lot) clingy:-)

All week, Jack had been pretty excited about riding a pony…until we got there.  After a small tantrum in which he refused to even get within 20 feet of the ponies, we had to abandon the pony rides for the bouncy house and bouncy slide.  It took about 2 hours of coaxing plus watching numerous other kids his age ride the ponies before he was ready.  Despite his facial expression in these photos, I actually think he enjoyed it.

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On Memorial Day, we took the boys to Belkin Family Look-out Farm in Natick, MA.  They have a large children’s play area with a bouncy house, climbing walls, slides, a big tree house (which was a huge hit), hay stacks, a burlap maze, and various farm animals.  The boys had a great time running around and playing  (mostly in the tree house and the bouncy house!) and were good and tired within a couple hours.  We timed our visit pretty well too, because a storm came rolling through right as we were loading into the car.

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