Pumpkin Patch

Today I was blessed to be able to attend my daughters preschool field trip to the Pumpkin Patch at Gallrein Farms in Shelbyville, KY. Yes... If you did not know that I am a Kentucky Girl, now you know, I was raised in a small town and then moved to the derby city for college and I have never left. Okay enough about my background, let's get back to the field trip. This farm had a petting zoo, tractor hayrides, hay play area and best of all a pumpkin patch. Somethings like the barrel train, corn maze and face painting was not working due it being the middle of the week. My daughter and I had a blast today. I took some pictures that I wanted to share with you.

Since I love signs and all that stuff to decorate. I was drawn to the signs for sale and I had to take pics of them to share with you all. 

This sign is so cute.

This was in the bathroom right above the sink. Isn't it cute?

This was just one of their decorations.

Here is another decoration. He looks kinda of scary?

Here is some more signs that was for sale. I love the spooky sign.

This was the neatest thing I saw the entire trip. This is awesome!
 I will have to say who ever created the man in the squash should win a prize. Where does people come up with stuff like this? That was awesome. This scared my four year old.

 The petting zoo hand pigs, lama's and goats. I am not a petting zoo kinda person. Ooooo gross. But my daughter loved it.




 After the petting zoo we loaded up on the hay wagons and went out to the pumpkin patch.
Not the best picture of the pumpkin patch. You can tell there were tons of pumpkins.

Here is my daughter and I . The pretty round pumpkin is the one I picked and the small one my daughter is holding is the one she picked out.