One of the perks of being a Houston Moms Blog team member is all the cool and sometimes free stuff we get. Blessington Farms partnered with Houston Moms Blog back in 2014 and gave each member a pass for admission and free strawberries. So between all the cold snaps and the rainy weekends, we took advantage of a Saturday with amazing weather and headed out to Blessington Farms. The kids had the blast.
Preston would cut the strawberries, put them in his basket, and Hadley would go right behind him, pulling them all out. Haha! Little sisters are so fun.
I must say that Preston, Mr. Picky eater -- Mr. Never-eats-fruits-or-veggies, now is all about eating strawberries as a result of this day. Thank you, Jesus!
He slid down the slides no less than 50 times.
Then we went on a train ride. No, it's not really a train per say, but anything that connects and pulls in a similar fashion is a train in Preston's train-obsessed world.
Hadley refused to ride in my lap. She is the queen of do-it-herself. I can't imagine where in the world she gets that from?!
They both loved the animals.
One of the owners even let Preston hold Goldie. Proud of himself would be an understatement.
Either the goat didn't care for Preston's handling of Goldie or he wanted to climb in P's lap also.
Little did I know at the time, but this would be the very last picture of Hadley holding or taking a bottle. It wasn't her last bottle --- that came just a couple of weeks later --- just her last picture. It makes me sad all the same, though. She's growing up entirely too darn fast.
Of course, Hadley had to have a wardrobe change in the middle of it all.
Looking forward to warmer weather, more time outside, and, most of all, to making more memories with these sweet kiddos of mine.