After the tractor-bikes and the hay maze, we spent lots of time feeding the animals.
The goats were very playful and smelled just like the goat cheese logs I buy at Costco. Even the kids like to eat my goat cheese when I have it out. Baelor especially loved the pigs. I told Reina the story about the boastful pig and his curly tail. He prided himself so much with his cute curly tail that one day his pride got the best of him....and his curly tail.
The old "de-kernal-er", was very entertaining for the kids. They could have stayed there for hours doing a little child labor for the farm, but it seemed to be one of the hot spots for all of the kids.
Look at our buff daddy hauling all of those pumpkins...especially that uber cute one!
We have our primary program soon (the Sunday before Halloween). I teach senior primary, but since we are practicing for it in the chapel, Reina has enjoyed turning around to peek at me multiple times throughout our LONG practices. Reina has a VERY difficult part to memorize. They specifically told Paul that they are giving her a hard part since they know she can do it. We have been memorizing a little each night, but its difficult when you don't even understand words like "proclamation" and "establishment". Not sure why they gave her a much harder part than any of my class of ten year olds? I'm not sure if she will be able to memorize it due to a sudden and severe ear infection that has made her miserable the better part of the week. She has missed 3 days of school because of it. It's gonna require antibiotics. Her first earache and first antibiotics ever! She did learn her lesson to wear her coat and cover her head when it's pouring down rain on the walk home from school.
We hope she feels better for all the Halloween parties approaching!