Emerson enjoyed the festivities until she got stun by a bee. Ouch! Right on knuckle. Poor little Emerson's hand was swollen and red. So she was on and off crabby which is understandable. Who likes getting stun by a bee?
She did enjoy the bunnies. I'm not sure they enjoyed her screaming at them though.
Look, we're farmers!
Instead of a traditional costume Emerson sported Halloween themed attire. Next year we'll go all out. Friday she did wear a pumpkin costume to go trick or treating with Dad at work. Sadly no pictures though. Don't you wish you could see Mark dressed as a foreclosed home? Haha.
Emerson got to go on her second hayride of the year. She is so experienced. Along the way the farmer gave us a tour of the farm. Emerson spent the ride pulling the little girl's piggy tails beside us. At what point her 2 year old brother said, "Be nice baby!" Hmmm.
Mark got charged by a cow when he decided to jump off the hayride and go rogue. I thought the cows were just adorable. They were very short and fluffy, because they were a specific breed. This made it even more disturbing to me when the farmer talked about how good they tasted. Yep, sadly they were beef cows. I wonder how much it would cost to buy him so he could come live with us. :) Look at his sweet little face.
He gave us his model pose.