Yearly Fall traditions.


Fall is here! I love this time of year! It is my absolute favorite! It seems like everyone is just so much happier as the holidays approach us! This is the 3rd year in a row that my best friend Katie and I have taken my son to a pumpkin patch! We started this when he was 1! He is about to be 4! My my my time goes by sooooooo fast!

Living here in Arkansas you get some amazing scenery for the fall to come into! The leaves are JUST started to hint of changing. And, the weather is so nice!

We drove to Clarksville, AR to Cox Berry Farms. It is where we went the first year, and we were on a time restraint so we decided we liked it and would go to it again! (Last year we went to a pumpkin patch a littler farther away.)
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Their prices are really good.  At only .29 a pound for the pumpkins.  We enjoy just walking around and look for the pumpkins!

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They also have a little maze that is $2.25 to go through.  It has tons of Halloween decor!

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It was a really great time!  If you have anything like it in your area you should check it out!  Its a cheap and fun way to get great pictures with the kids and have  a ton of fun!

As we left this was our view!  It was quite nice!

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Have a good weekend!

Until next time!



6 thoughts on “Yearly Fall traditions.

  1. We always bring my son to Green Meadows nearby, but he went there with his school this year. There are TONS of pumpkin patches in SE Wisconsin. I got a recommendation from a friend of a new one to try. 🙂 so much fun!!!


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