Evidently her two year molars are coming in now. I'm telling you our kid hasn't gotten a break from teething since she was 3 months old and she is not a happy camper. She has been biting on her cheek all day, tugging on her ear and smiling less and less for my camera (shocking, I know!). The molars could also explain her early morning wake ups ranging anywhere from 3-6 AM. Luckily for me Daisy is content to chat in her crib for an hour or so and then she eventually falls back to sleep on her own. Thank goodness!
Okay on to the fun pictures....
Daisy was the only kiddo brave enough or perhaps crazy enough to climb through this super long tunnel that was under what I can only imagine to be 3 ton rolls of hay. Honestly it made me really uncomfortable to see her climbing in something that could be crushed by giant hay rolls but, I stifled my paranoia and let her crawl through a few times. Daddy got this picture and I love it!
I think the sand was Daisy's favorite place. So many of our parks out here use wood mulch and don't have sand boxes which is so foreign to me. Daisy loved that there we so many toys to choose from and lots of other kids to stare at and observe while she played.
Daddy helped Daisy climb on the giant hay rolls and these pictures show the more serious face that she has these days. I absolutely adore the picture of Daisy and Daddy looking at each other below this storyboard. I will be framing it for sure!
Daisy was absolutely fascinated by the ponies. She was content to stand close by and watched them go around and around until Joey and I were itching to move on....and I'm a patient gal so you know we stood there for a long time. I figured like always I would take pictures with the time I had and the only way I could get Daisy to look at the camera was if I yelled out, "where's Daddy," and then she turned to look for him and "snap" I seized the opportunity to get a picture of her looking in my general direction. lol
Do you see that beautiful turquoise camera purse that I am wearing? Can I just say that it is very uncomfortable to lug around a humongous camera bag at a pumpkin patch. Sure, it's super cute and yes, I even got a few compliments on it but, the thing is so dang heavy that I felt like the nerve in my shoulder was being severed. lol. I really do love my camera purse just not for prolonged use. I also love that it added a nice pop of color to these shots. Our family shot below was captured thanks to a very sweet lady who randomly asked if she could take a picture for us. I love when people notice that a family might need a family picture and offer to capture that for them. Not to mention she didn't cut off any heads and we are pretty centered. I cannot tell you how awful most of our pictures turn out when strangers take them for us. This lady had skills! hahaha
Daisy was uber nervous on the bouncer. She has never been on one before so the experience was very foreign to her. Not to mention there were a lot of kids on it at one point and the bouncing got a bit out of hand which is when Daisy climbed towards the exit. She never cried but, then again she never smiled or seemed all that thrilled. We'll have to give the bouncers a little more time:) I can't tell you how old our little girl looked in the bouncer all by herself. We watched her standing there alone and I swear I felt like she could have been 5 years old and heading off to Kindergarten. I definitely felt some crazy tugs on my momma heart.
The corn maze was a dud. Daisy was bored after t-minus 2 minutes and was asking to be held. Plus she refused to smile. I think this was when we realized we were going to have to start wrapping up our night. lol. She sure is cute isn't she.
This was Daisy's happiest moment for the camera. "Where's Daisy???" I LOVE this peak a boo picture!!! I could just eat those chubby little baby hands and seeing her eye trying to peak through the cracks in her fingers just melts me to pieces. AHHHHHHH.....tissue please.
There she is!! I love this little peanut so much!
I still have to post the actually pictures of Daisy and the pumpkins but, this post was getting far to picture heavy so I'll share those next. Have you been to a pumpkin patch yet this year? I can't wait to put some pumpkins on our porch! I LOVE fall!