Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Beyond Blessed with Fall

Kyle, Bronson, Olivia, Me, and Alexis at Airlie Family Farms

Enjoying their apples

Making his "cutcakes"


Our close up

The Deets Family October 2010

Playing with the pumpkins

My sweet little man

Funny Face #1

Funny Face #2

Sweet Olivia

Tractor rides

Riding the bikes

Walking to the corn maze
Oregon has been blessed with one of the most breathtaking Fall seasons that I can remember. We didn't have the best of weather this summer, but I think this string of beautiful days is more than making up for it. We have officially pulled out the Fall decorations and even started burning a few pumpkin scented candles. Despite Bronson being under the weather last week we made a quick visit to the pumpkin patch accompanied by Nana, Auntie Lexi, and Olivia. We really enjoy these types of trips and Bronson loved having his best cousin with him. We ended the afternoon with a visit at Nana's complete with making some cupcakes and pumpkin spice bars. I am so thankful for the weather allowing for us to enjoy the beautiful Fall colors and harvests. Bronson's favorite this month is apples. He has gotten quite good at eating an entire apple and especially loves picking "his" apple from the produce stands.

1 comment:

Brinson's Mommy said...

You have a beautiful family! Thank you for commenting on my blog. That's awesome that their names are so similar! Brinson was actually my grandmother's last name.
In answer to your question, yes we did know we were having twins, and we knew Cooper's status before he came. My water broke with him a little over a week before he was born, so he had barely any for that time. He actually saved her life, he was able to buy her one more week inside Mommy and allowed her to get steroids for her lungs etc. He is our hero.
He lived for about 3 hours after he was born.
Also in response to your yelling comment, don't feel bad. They DEFINITELY know how to push the buttons, and I felt guilty too. I'm trying not to yell on a regular If only they would just listen, right? Haha!
Thanks again! Best of luck to you and your family. Send me an email if you'd like to talk again sometime!