fall festivities

With only days until A day after Christmas, I can’t believe I’m recapping our fall festivities. But we’ve truly had so much fun this fall, I can’t help but share some photos from our activities and travels! From apple and pumpkin picking, to hayrides and festivals, we’ve been busy creating memories.

The first weekend in October, we traveled north with friends, hoping to relax and find cooler weather. We lounged, picked apples, shopped, and the boys swam. It was Justin’s first vacation this year, so the goal was relaxation to the fullest. Here are a few photos from our time in Ellijay, Georgia.

img_4104 img_4383 img_4377 img_4348 img_4313 img_4275 img_4243 img_5071 img_5057 img_4222 img_4211 img_4206 img_4192 img_4185 img_4113 img_4109

Later in October, we visited our favorite plantation for a soup swap and hayride! I absolutely love getting together with these friends and seeing our little ones play together.

The next week, we dressed the kids in costume for an intimate fall festival. Our sweet friends, the Griffins, plan to make this an annual event and we’re already looking forward to years ahead.

Halloween was next on the list of festivities. I had so much fun with the kids costumes this year. You can check out photos from their night of trick or treating here.

Fall included several trips to Mark’s Melon Patch and a fun day at the State Fair with the Hobby family. It was the first of many for our little ones.

Better late than never, right? Coming soon – Christmas and Britt’s monthly photos.