We were busy little beaver's this weekend. The weather was beautiful and we enjoyed every minute of it. Friday we headed out to Adam and Ashlyn's for dinner. The boys got underway after work to get some lobster while Ashlyn and I stayed home with the kids. They guys came home with 6 lobster this time and I was thrilled! We ended up cutting our night short cause Noah started wheezing. This is the 1st time he has had issues with his Asthma since we moved here. A little shocked about it we decided it was best to take the boys home for the night. Noah wheezed most the night but seemed to be doing okay in the morning. But I'm sure a doctor appt will be taking place soon. I need more medicine for his breathing machine.
Saturday we woke up and got ready for Soccer. Again Soccer went great and we all had a great time. Well Bryce struggled at bit, he wanted to be out playing with Noah and didn't really understand why he couldn't. It didn't help much when Noah would try to call him out with him. Maybe one day they will play on the same team. After Soccer we came home and had a quick lunch then loaded back up. Ben had a wonderful family day planned for us at the Portland Maine Lighthouse. And he couldn't have picked a better day. It was beautiful out. We really had a nice drive up and enjoyed running around while we were there.
Today I had another family outing planned. I decided that we needed to hit up the Pumpkin Patch. Applecrest Farms is seriously like 3 minutes from the house. Little did I know it's also the most popular Pumpkin Patch in New England, I guess people get bussed in. They had police out for traffic. It was CRAZY! But it was also amazing as well. We didn't stay very long due to the thousands of people that were there. But they had everything from hayrides, pumpkins, apple picking, face painting, cider donuts, a country store, live band, BBQ, antique car show and whatever else they had going on. Like I said it was nutz. Then we headed across the street for a BBQ with the neighbors. After dinner we had a bonfire with some Samore's. YUMMY! We have great neighbors.
Here are some pictures from the lighthouse