but a few weren't as thrilled with the hats as the others.
Have I mention that Logan LOVES the word no? He uses it ALL the time. On top of that, he hasn't been wanting to lay down for naps or if he does, he isn't napping for long. Saturday afternoon he decided to only take an hour nap and after having my fingers crossed for twenty minutes hoping he would go back to sleep, I decided to rescue him. I peeked in, picked him up and held him in my arms. By the time we hit the bottom of the stairs he was down and on the move. There was no snuggling, it was all play and I decided that it was the perfect opportunity to take out my camera and capture his sweetness.
Damn this kid is cute!
And he got cuter. Throw on a little Spiderman costume and the kid will just melt your heart! He and Superman got to head out to Deanna Rose for some pre-Halloween fun. They came home with lots of candy and one said GHOST necklace that hasn't left his side!
And since Logan and Mommy got to spend some quality time together this past weekend, I had to make sure and do the same with Kaden. Sunday was his day. But, before we could take off for a fun little outing Mommy had to work. I had my first set of mini-sessions and they were just perfect. The families were all so sweet and wonderful to work with. Everyone showed up on time and with tons of smiles to go around. I had a happy mix of family fall sessions with a sprinkle of Halloween fun.
The best part of the morning-catching up with my dear Korie without any kiddos around. Korie gave up her morning with the kids to come and help me out. She was there to great the families as they arrived and to help make the kiddos smile. In our down time we got to sit and just chat. Like I said, pretty perfect. And while Korie and I took pictures, the hubbies and the kiddos hung out in the house. Daddy made breakfast and lunch and then Korie and I took off with our two oldest and headed to Weston. We chose Weston for two reasons, we hadn't been there before and it would give the kiddos a chance to take a short quick nap.
Once we arrived, they were off exploring. They checked out the HUGE pumpkins, the sheeps, the piglets, the turkeys and some weird looking goats. The kids got to climb on haystacks and they even rode a pony. After we were done with the pony ride we headed straight for the apples, popcorn and they just had to get an apple slushy.
Have you ever seen a goat that has no ears or horns!! Pretty creepy!
When we returned from Weston, dinner was being served. We successfully spent breakfast, lunch and dinner with the Johnson's and I was still sad to see them leave. It was such a great day and such a great weekend. Can't wait to see what this coming weekend has in store for us!