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Shameless

Does this qualify as child abuse?
Other than a brief couple of periods of tragic wailing secondary to 1) Kurt not watching where he was going and 2) Kurt sticking his fingers close to a turkey's beak, our first trip to the pumpkin patch was a triumph.

6 thoughts on “Shameless”

  1. OH MY GOSH – we want to kiss, kiss, kiss that happy pumpkin face. Kurt and Sylvia look quite pleased to be among their pumpkin cousins 🙂 Thank you for the much needed and well-timed smile!

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  2. TOO CUTE! I didnt even see Sylvia at first – she totally blended in with the pumpkins! Looks like you guys had a good time. I recently took Jake and Elise to a bird farm here in Redlands. Those turkeys are vicious! We had some corn to feed them, but they were fighting so much trying to get close to Elise I was too scared to let her try to feed them. After a couple of failed attempts and close calls with his fingers and thrashing turkey beaks, Jake gave up and ended up throwing the corn through the fence. It turned into quite a turkey brawl, which thrilled the hell out of Elise. Oh yeah, then there the goats who as soon as we got close – me holding Elises hand out flat with some of the corn to feed them, totally sneezed and blew nasty, muddy snot all over us. Elise then had a nice squawking contest with a couple of HUGE macaws (I swear they could have carried her off!), which Jake and I found quite entertaining. Anyway, your turkey beak comment reminded me of our bird farm trip, so I thought Id share.

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  3. Happy thanksgiving (in Canada) for the future keep this date in mind – maybe we could air save air fair in getting there during our non-holiday. Cute pics of the kids! Hes gonna get you for all those crazy outfits. Try to get well!Thanks for blogging! Lisa

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  4. Could be borderline, but the cuteness factor far outweighs it! Darling picture…we didnt have similar luck on our recent trip. It was about 30 degrees. 🙂

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