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Tate Farms, Auburn, baseball…..

Well, this is a long post because I’m catching up again on the last few things that have happened lately.  NOW, I can hopefully try and stay on top of my posts.  :)

The pic below is of Caley at school for Johnny Appleseed Day.

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I finally was able to take some pictures of Camden playing baseball this fall.  He played catcher, pitcher, and short stop this year and LOVED every minute this season.  Thomas had to tell him to not get the baseball out for a while now that the season is over…so that he can have a break. Of course, the first thing he asked Thomas to do with him (the day after the season ended) was throw the ball.  He absolutely loves this sport.  PINPINPINPINPINPINWe missed our usual Tate Farms trip with the church this year so Thomas and I took the kids one night last week.  We had so much fun it really was the perfect afternoon/evening.  You will see that I definitely have more pics of Caley…ONLY because she is the only one that is tolerable of the camera these days.  Well…she always has been.  PINPINPINThomas and the boys headed one direction to find pumpkins, while Caley and I headed in another…

They were so proud of their pumpkins, and of course they each thought they found the best one.:)PINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINCarter looks like he’s about to nail that kid with some cotton.PINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINPINAuburn vs Florida… great day to be in Auburn.  Perfect and a win.  PINPINPINPINPINWe walked to the bookstore for face painting and noticed that Pat Dye was in there so Caley got her picture made with him…the boys totally missed out on this one.PINWe tailgated with friends from school and baseball….always so much fun.  We had just about everything you could imagine to eat.  I think I’m still full from eating everything is site that day.  The kids definitely had a blast playing with friends.  PINPINPINPINPINWAR EAGLE!!!

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