Pumpkin Patch Kids 

This is a slightly different post for me, but if you’ve been following my blog for a while you would know most of my posts are generally revolved around fashion, beauty and travel and I very rarely touch upon the lifestyle side of things. I thought it would be nice to delve into a bit more of my personally life, behind the hussle and bussle of the busy London city I spend most of my time in, without the professional outfit shots and posed pictures, a side of me just having fun without the thought in the back of my mind on needing perfect pictures for a blog post.

I visited a pumpkin farm last weekend with my family. For a first timer at such a place I didn’t really know what to expect. I had seen so many of my blogger friends over Instagram visiting different patches near them and thought it would be a great day out. My mum was extremely keen to come along when I mentioned the idea, (being a Halloween fanatic) she was all for going to a muddy field to pick up her own pumpkins for carving!! We ended up finding The Pop Up Farm in St Albans which was the closest farm to us!! We decided to take the whole family on the outing which included my 2 little cousins, it was so nice to bring them along and see the excitement on their faces (so cute!!)

The fun filled family day out was great!! Seeing all the pumpkins in the patch really got us all into the festive spirit and got me super excited for Halloween!! (Also did make me crave a Starbucks Pumpkin Spiced Frappe though). Pushing my little cousin around in the wheel burrow and searching for the perfect pumpkin to carve was an afternoon well spent!!

The Pop up Farm also had a cute stop off space that served hot chocolate and coffee which smelt delicious and made the small event feel extra autumnal!! I was wrapped up in a cozy jumper and scarf to ignore the brisk weather and find my perfect pumpkin!!

I would 100% recommend looking into attending a pumpkin patch event as there are loads surrounding London which are open until Halloween!!

 

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14 thoughts on “Pumpkin Patch Kids 

  1. I really need to go to a pumpkin patch as I am such a Halloween fanatic myself lol and this seems like the perfect autumn day out! You sound like you had so much fun and loved the photos, honey!! xx

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  2. Aw this is such a lovely post!! I took my little boy to a pumpkin patch just after he turned one and he loved the tractor ride but wasn’t too keen on the muddy field haha! I’m going to make it a yearly tradition I think as he’ll enjoy it more as he gets older! x

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