Monday, October 3, 2011


Saturday I spent the day at Huber Farm with my parents and their grandbabies.  This was October 1st, and the weather could not have been more perfect!  55* and sunny, a gorgeous fall day if you ask me :)  Our day started off with a picture perfect picnic thanks to my beautiful momma aka Lovie (aka Weewee if you ask Harrison :). 

With Pop's help, Harrison climbed his first tree!

Getting ready to go apple picking!! 

Harrison: "Ders a biiiig dutch!" (I just love his vocabulary.)

Harrison is almost 3 feet!  (At the dr. today for his 2 year check up he was 35 1/2 inches.  Cant believe he came into this world 19 1/2 inches)

Pop loves to break the rules.  Here he is feeding Harper her first apple.

Pop taught Harrison how to shine an apple right after picking it.  This little boy L.O.V.E.S apples!!!

My sweet girl just chilled with her thumb while we picked some Granny Smith apples.

Doesn't everyone have an action shot of apple picking?  Well, then I bet you are jealous :)

"I see apple.  I want apple.  I see apple.  I want apple."  Over the course of an hour, not sure how many times I heard this. 

It was hard work.  Somebody needed a break.  With an apple, of course :)

After all the apple eating, little man's tummy didn't feel so good.  I heard Harrison gag and I turned around just in time to see his apple come back up.  I kid you not.  This is what he said, "Oh no.  There it is apple.  Hi apple.  Yuck apple.  Hi apple."  My parents and I laughed so hard, poor Harrison did not know what to think.  Like any good mother, instead of rushing to his side, I took pictures of him talking to his regurgitated apple.  (Sorry, TMI)

Harrison and Lovie feeding the ducks and ginormous fish!

These guys weren't playing around...they fought hard for their food!

This has to be one of my all time favorite pictures.  Two of my loves, my daddy and my baby girl.  She sure does love her Pop!

Totally frame worthy.....

Happy Fall!!  Hope you are enjoying the festivities that come along with my favorite month!!


Ryan V. said...

Love the sweet pictures! I used to live in Etown and Louisville and would go to Huber Farm every year! Now I live in Phoenix and pray that it's below 90 degrees by Halloween! ha! You look just like your mom...both gorgeous!

Carissa said...

Good times! Looks like you all had a great time! Makes me wanna go! Miss Harper looks so content in her Moby, and Harrison is so funny, he must really love some apples! Awesome memories!

Anonymous said...

love, love, love. jesse and i were just wondering about hubers... as we were leaving our favorite orchard up here sunday we wondered if hubers would live up :) i hear great things about it and now seeing your pics i am thinking so! yee haw! beautiful family! viv