We went back there on Saturday for our latest visit.
First up on Kai’s agenda is the giant slide. It has become a father-and-son tradition for us.
He wanted to go on it several times.
Next was the hayride through the corn field.
And for the first time this year, Kai wanted to go into the corn maze.
I had never done one either, and was impressed that you really can’t tell the right way to go when you are inside the maze.
There are numerous corny signs.
Kai enjoyed leading the way.
It seemed like we always chose the wrong path that led to a dead end. But at least we didn’t keep going in circles.
Though after a while, it seemed like we might never get out. Then another boy came running by to tell his family that he had discovered the way out. And so we followed him to the exit.
Next Kai wanted to ride on the mini dragon roller coaster.
This ride is for kids much younger than Kai. But I suppose it is progress of sorts that he wanted to ride it after all these years. Maybe next year he will want to try a real roller coaster at our local amusement park.
We couldn’t leave without getting a pumpkin and taking our annual photo by the measuring stick.
And though it doesn’t always seem like it, I guess these photos prove that our little boy really is growing up.