The last weekend in September we went to our friend Mia's birthday party at Evan's Orchard. It was a great place for a birthday and we had a fabulous time!
Mia and Kennedy are such good pals! :) They do gymnastics together and live around and also live in the same neighborhood as us. I'm sure these two will be best friends for years to come! :)
Reagan adores Miss Addison (and so does Jackson who says Addison is his best friend). She is such al little sweetheart! :)
Tim was busy with the government's fiscal year end closing so Grammy and Grand-Dad came with us to the orchard to help out with my crew. Thank you so much!!! :)
My sweet McKinley (7 months old)
Two of my favorite girls :)
Jackson and Grammy sure love each other! :)
Grand-Dad with his sweet Missy K
Miss Reagan isn't too big to sit on Grand-Dad's lap yet! :)
I can't believe how big these two are getting!
Creative photography by Grand-Dad - so cute!!! :)
Acrobat in the making?
Jackson loved the fresh apples at the orchard
Grammy let the kids pick out their pumpkins and Jackson did his best to pick his up all by himself. :)
Miss McKinley was very agreeable for a quick baby/pumpkin photo shoot :)
Kennedy (almost 5) was very agreeable too - look at the huge pumpkin she picked out!
Generally speaking Reagan (6 1/2 yrs old) is my photo pro :)
I sure love these three sweet girls! Grammy was telling Reagan a couple of weeks ago that she was going to make a prediction that in 20 years she, Kennedy and I would be best friends (we asked about McKinley and Grammy said she might still be growing up lol). Anyway, last week Reagan came up to me and said "Mom, I think Grammy was wrong." I of course had no idea what she was talking about so I asked her what Grammy was wrong about. Reagan replied "I don't think it will take 20 years for all of us to be best friends. I think you, Kennedy, McKinley and I are already best friends." So sweet! I sure hope she feels that way 10 years from now in the middle of her teenage years! :)
Thank you for inviting us to the birthday party and thank you Grammy and Grand-Dad for all the assistance! Sorry we didn't get to go an orchard with Uncle Dan's family this fall though so we're looking forward to picking up that tradition again next fall! :)