The title of this post is the thought that was continually going through my toddler's head on Halloween day.
We headed to The Grand Ole Pumpkin Patch in the morning to enjoy some fall fun. Weston LOVES to talk about and watch tractors, big trucks, etc so I figured the little tractor train and a hay ride out to the pumpkin patch would be a great way to spend the morning.
I paid my $3 for us to ride the little tractor train (notice I've said little twice...it was a little tractor!) but as soon as we got on and I tried to fasten Weston's seat belt, he lost it! Crying and wailing! Is is wrong to chuckle at your child when he is feigning distress?!? Because that is what I was doing!
William was happily sitting in my lap enjoying the ride, the tractor noise, and even the seat belt, but my 2 year old was freaking out. The sweet driver of the (LITTLE) tractor asked if we needed to stop, but this mean momma said no because I had paid for a ride and my toddler was crying for no reason. Of course as soon as we get off the train, his crying ceases and he is ready to play. Go figure!
Needless to say, we saved our money and didn't do the hay ride to the pumpkin patch. We'll save that for next year!
No pics of my child crying on the train, but plenty of him not looking at the camera. We spent the rest of our time running in and out of the Tepees that they use for their Native American dramas (or something like that :)) which both boys loved (the tepees...not the dramas).
The tractor ride we didn't attempt :)!
And Halloween night we dressed and headed over to the Vinson's to load up on some candy. Weston was a lizard (although we just said dinosaur because he liked that better) and William was a teddy bear! Weston was a little confused when we started trick o' treating, but soon got the hang of it. It didn't take long for him to learn his line, "Candy please!" especially since those two little words gained him sugar galore! Motivation can work wonders when trying to learn a new skill :)!
All done for the night...now it is time to head back to the house and enjoy our loot!
And the real reason we come to the Vinsons...the toys! Toys are always so much more fun when they are someone elses!
Here's to lots of candy and little tractors,