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Ekert's Fun Farm

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

A view of the gateway Arch from Ekert's orchard
On Saturday we went with Pj's mom, sister and our nieces to Ekert's Fun Farm in Millstadt, Illinois. I have never been to Ekerts before but I really want to go back next year. We picked apples, rode carnival rides, ate yummy food and I rode with Olivia on a camel named Roxanne while I wore a dress and heels, which was interesting! The kids each picked out a small pumpkin at the end of the day. Here are some scenes from our trip...








Liv and Pj ride a carnival swing. Olivia said "Weeeeeee!"


Liv and Pj watch the parakeets



 


Liv and I with Roxanne, the camel

Grannie with two of her babies





 outfit
60's dress from Columbia, MO
t strap heels- Amerimark

9 Responses to “Ekert's Fun Farm”

  1. I love your vintage dress and sweater! You're adorable!

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  2. That looks so fun! I got to ride a camel at a fair a few years ago, but I can't imagine doing it in a dress and heals!

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  3. I love the contrast of the farm versus the city in the first photo.

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  4. Oh, so cute! I especially love the picture of you with your son in the trees. His face is so funny!

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  5. Oh my goodness! I love your handbag! Sorry. I'm a purse and shoes girl at heart.

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  6. That was such a great day, I can't wait to go again next year. Honey-crisp Weekend here we come!

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  7. First, I LOVE your handbag! And second, can I just say again and again how cute your munchkins are! So cute!! xox

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  8. Adorable photos! You have a beautiful family, and it looks like an awsome day for the kids (and the adults, of course).

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  9. I think it's really sweet how you save certain things for Big Kid time. It makes it that much more special when you wear it. :)

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