After the straw mountain Haylee took a wack at the straw maze. She loves mazes for some reason and is very good at them. She loves to take her pencil and try to find the way out. She was excited that this maze was life size. She got mixed up a couple of times but eventually found her way out. She had a blast, each time she finished she wanted to do it again and again. I would say that she successfully defeated this straw maze.
Then me at 5 foot 5 inches
My excuse was that Haylee was leading us but I think she actually did a pretty good job. Finally I told Seth I was done with this "fun" and was ready to leave. And we finally found our way out of ther. It probably took us about 40 minutes.
Here is a picture of Seth and Haylee with the #1 finger after we defeated the corn maze.
They also had a little animal trian that I thought was really cute. I thought Haylee would have a good time riding it. She had to go by herself though and at first she didnt want to leave us. We thought this was good though for her to know that she doesnt always need us around and she can do things on her own. I was a little worried that she wouldnt like it but when the train pulled back up she had a great big smile on her face and said, "I want to do it again!" I thought, "well she doesnt need us." That was good.
The pumkin selection was actually really bad this year. We had a hard time finding anything good. Haylee prefers the little pumkins anyway. We ended up leaving with two little ones and one medium sized one. But it was still fun.
We arent the most creative when it comes to things like this so we were pretty proud of our accomplishment. Kyle was a trooper too through the whole day. I am so lucky to have such a good baby. At one point I told Seth that he is either eating, sleeping or smiling. I love pictures like this of our little family.