Sunday, October 23, 2011

Fall Break '11 Part 1!

Let the photo bomb begin! :D

I'm back!! It was my school's fall break and my brothers and I spent the weekend together in Bloomington! I took so many photos and we did so many things so I'll have to spread out the Fall Break posts into multiple parts :)

Let's start with part 1!

The first thing we did when we met up with my big brother, Karl, was head over to a pumpkin patch! It was so fun picking out our own pumpkins! I was smart to not wear heels that day. Also, there were animals there :D They were all so cute! My favorite there was the pony :) What a cutie pie!

The last photo is the finished product of mine and Karl's pumpkin. Charles's is still in process but I will make sure that you guys see the finished pumpkins! Mine is the one on the left and Karl's is the one on the right.

Well there you have it. Part one of my fall break :)

Hope you guys have had a great weekend!
What did you do or plan on doing for your fall break?


  1. That sounds like so much fun! I can't wait to carve pumpkins! October is a lovely month for fun! ;p


  2. very very cute photos! looks like you guys had a gr8 time!!

  3. wow I've never seen a pumpkin patch like that. We dont have those pumpkins over here :(

  4. I've always wanted to have siblings. Being an only child can get really lonely. It's nice to see that you and you brothers are close. I'm so use to people saying that they hate their siblings. You're a nice refresher of family love :) Looks like a great fall break!

    <3 Effy Mac

  5. love the photo bomb. i have my own pumpkin patch photo bomb today as well. :)


  6. It looks like you had a great time! :) I adore how those last pumpkins came out! I wish that decorating pumpkins was a tradition here!

  7. Looks like a fun time. I like you in plaid!

  8. your pumpkins look awesome! nice job!

    i like that you got to go to a real pumpkin patch hhaha. my pumpkin picking consisted of bending down to pick one up off the supermarket floor.. i also got 2 off of some hay so i guess that's a little more authentic!