Sunday, October 26

Fall Fun

Don't have much time to write. Just wanted to post some pictures from the last month or so.

We attended a fall fun day with our church. The boys had a great time painting pumpkins, riding horses, going on hay rides, and watching their father play tackle football... yes, tackle. Ron went to the chiropractor and had a massage the very next day.

My boys went to a Halloween birthday party.

Ron's parents and aunt were in for a weekend and we really had a nice visit.

The Autism Speaks walk was amazing. I am so proud of Em and Jay. There was such a great turn out for the Curing Carson team and they raised a lot of money for the cause. There were thousands of people at the walk. All who have been touched in some way by autism...fighting this horrible fight for their son, daughter, grandchild, niece, nephew, brother, sister, cousin, friend. Today, 1 in 150 individuals is diagnosed with autism, making it more common than pediatric cancer, diabetes, and AIDS combined. Yet, autism receives less than 5% of the research funding of many less prevalent childhood diseases.

Our trip to the cider mill was delicous. We pigged out as usual but who would blame us??? The doughnuts were sooooo good! They were just a little crispy on the outside, still warm, oh so fresh. I wish I had some right now!!!!

These last two pictures are of when we first arrived and the boys were saying hello. The boys love their cousins so much!!! You can see it on their faces!


Jay and Emily said...

Too cute. Thanks for sharing the pics. We are so lucky to have so many wonderful things to do with our boys.

Thanks for going on the walk with us. The support of our family means the world to us.

I can't wait for Friday night. We will have a blast for sure!!

Love you - e

Jay and Emily said...

Great pictures. Thanks for mentioning the walk. I still have to post on it. Without you and many of our wonderful family members and friends, we would not be at the point that we are in "Curing Carson!" Thanks for your support! XOXO - Jay

Anonymous said...

Love the many smiles. What a joy to have such sweet boys....Nonna