Since I went out and got one of those things they call a part-time job, I’ve had a lot less time to post lately. That hasn’t put a damper on the fun though. Yesterday, mom and I went to the Pumpkin Patch and had a grand ole time. I think they really make pumpkin patches for parents, because the amount of fun mom and I had was ridiculous. May appeared to have a pretty good time too. That little girl wanted to do nothing more than check out all the other kids, which bodes well for my peace of mind when I have to take her to day care for a few hours next week. We ate lunch, rode the kiddie train and picked out a nice pumpkin, which I may carve only for the seeds (yum!). Since I’m the one always behind the camera, my goal was to get a really good picture of me and May, but May was way too busy to oblige me.
Oh well, we tried. Here is proof that May does have a mother. She’s hiding my frontal fluff. Thanks, May!
Anyway, the quest for good pictures continued, but to no avail. I couldn’t get this child to look at the camera for nuthin’. Props to kiddie photographers. They’ve got a tough job.
I can handle less than perfect Pumpkin Patch pictures. I just hope she cooperates for the Santa pictures! Hopefully Santa’s: beard, hat, gloves, elves won’t be more interesting. I just need one good one:)