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Blogtober Day 20: My First Pumpkin Patch Experience

Happy October!

How is it the 20th already this month has gone so quickly! I hope you have the best day and have been enjoying Blogtober so far!

Last weekend, I spent the weekend with my gorgeous cousin and we had our spooky Halloween weekend a week early, so we went to the pumpkin patch and I left with far too many pumpkins but it was so so much fun I thought I would share it with you. We took a trip to Lower Ladysden Farm – Goudhurst, Tunbridge Wells and it was incredible.

This was my first time going to a Pumpkin Patch and in all honesty I felt like a kid in a candy shop, I was way too happy running around checking out all the different pumpkins and the incredibly cute little displays.

Like this little shed filled with Pumpins, it is like the display case of autumnal dreams.

The little scarecrow that literally filled my heart with the most joy because who does not love the cutest little scarecrow.

Frankenstein made of Hay…. I kinda wanted him as a decoration myself if I was being honest.

Close up of my favourite little scarecrow.

Our Pumpkins, Yeah we may have gone overboard but look at the baby ones they were sooo cute.

We then found a spider made of hay which also kinda looked like the batman logo so obviously we had to take a picture of this one.

Have you been to a Pumpkin Patch this year? What did you think?

Love Always,

Gee xoxo

3 thoughts on “Blogtober Day 20: My First Pumpkin Patch Experience

  1. Looks like it was fun. I don’t think I’ve been to a pumpkin patch in years. I find it harder when you’re in the city and every local church is selling them. You don’t get the same experience.

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