Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Dewberry Farm

This was for sure one of our most memorable fall adventures!  Nana came to town and we traveled to Brookshire, Texas to visit our Uncle Larry and Aunt Mary and their farm, Dewberry Farm.  One word to describe this place would be AMAZING!  We were able to visit on a weekday while they had school field trips visiting.  The kids had a blast and were SO tired after each day.  We broke the visit up into two days because there was so much to see and do!  The kids loved everything about this place.  I was afraid that some stuff would be too big and man did they prove me wrong!  Carter formed an extra special bond with Uncle Larry.  He wanted to hold his hand the entire trip!  We slid, pet animals, climbed, ate, swung, played in hay, bounced, rode on a hayride and a barrel ride; I could go on and on there was so much!  If you are in the Houston area and looking for something fun to do this is definitely a good place to start!  Thank you so much Aunt Mary and Uncle Larry for showing us such an awesome time in your lovely home and spectacular farm!  We hope to bring Daddy back for a visit this year if you're up for another round with the crazy trio!

This one is to make Pops proud!

This was an adorable little show where we sang silly songs and learned a lot about chickens. 

 I think Madison wanted it to get up and go!

This girl is gonna be TROUBLE!

Duck Races--This kept us entertained for a long while!

Every boy loves a good tunnel to conquer!

Now this is the slide of all slides.  I was afraid this would scare them.  Man was i wrong!

 Not quite sure how to describe this, its like a bounce house in the ground without walls, I stink and can't remember what they called it.  It was seriously a HUGE area where the kids climb up and jump!  They LOVED this, it was a great way to tame some of that crazy energy they have!

Carter about to passed out from all the fun!

 Round two!

 Their goatel was super duper cute!  Such lucky goats!

 Picture Perfect!

 This was an amazing exhibit, it was completely dark and had 100's of carved pumpkins!  It was truly a sight to see!  Dana and I really enjoyed this intricate part of the farm!

 Just to show up close how detailed these were!

We <3 <3 <3 Dewberry Farm! 

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