Thank God it’s Monday, which means the hubby has off of work today and tomorrow which means we can both catch up on sleep. These past four or five days have been very rough, health wise and sleep wise in our family. I was sick for one day (headache, sneezing, coughing, overall icky feely) and on top of that my three toddlers were too, and hubby had to work so it was by the grace of God I made it alive. Then one of my toddlers had to go to the ER he got so sick and wouldn’t sleep. He would instead cry and cough with high tempatures so taking him to the hospital resulted in a diagnosis of croup, which resulted in a steriod (thank God) and instructions on pain relievers and reducers. While no one is really feeling a 100 percent better we have appreciated prayers from some of you that knew and follow me on Instagram.
God is good though, ” The LORD will protect him and preserve his life; he will bless him in the land and not surrender him to the desire of his foes. The LORD will sustain him on his sickbed and restore him from his bed of illness. I said, “O LORD, have mercy on me; heal me, for I have sinned against you.” Psalm 41:2-4
One highlight of our weekend (while we still felt awful) was attending a pumpkin patch and corn maze with my husbands family (and their church members, since his parents are pastors). We rather enjoyed ourselves (more on the fun stuff below).
Now on to the outfit. I have learned from years past to be prepared “dress wise” for a day of fall events such as the pumpkin farm as in the past I either dress for hot weather when in fact it is cooler or for been dressed in black on hot days. Taking my past experiences in mind I realized the best way to do it was to layer so I could remove articles of clothing as needed throughout the events and activities or as the weather permitted it.
To accomplish this I wore a simple black tee, layered it under a chambray top and added blanket scarf. Luckily the weather was cool enough yesterday where I didn’t have to remove anything but the blanket scarf.
I felt rather proud of my choice of clothing and layering as it worked the best for me this year. Plus my hubby thought it a rather sexy look, haha!
How do you dress for fall events?
Now on to some photos of fun stuff we did:
Outfit shot with a photo-bomber haha!
My hubby and I on the hayride.
Elizabeth with her grandpa (aka my father-in-law).
Instagram worthy pumpkin shot.
Found the perfect and “cheap” pumpkins, just right for our little guys.
Pillow jump was a favorite
Pumpkin and corn shooters
Fun in the corn sensory bin or “cage”
That is a wrap! We had such a fun time.
What are your favorite things to do at a fall event or pumpkin farm?
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