It was a couple of years ago that the girls and I first discovered a big berry farm and orchard about 40 miles south of town. I'm a bit embarrassed to admit that I STILL have berries in the freezer we picked two years ago! (We're working through them slowly, I promise!) That didn't stop us from making another trip down a couple of weekends ago, though.
There's something just so picturesque about picking berries...and fresh beats frozen any day!
Of course a return trip meant breaking out the camera. And of course that prompted me to look at the pictures I just took in comparison to those from two years ago.
The girls' intensity was very similar...but those little baby cheeks aren't quite so round anymore!
Our first trip was just the girls and me. After we picked berries, we explored the farm a bit. I remember Baby A, in particular, being absolutely consumed by a huge field of blooming clover. The girls ran and ran, and then they agreed to stop in front of this beautiful barn side. It was such a great backdrop for a picture!
This year we didn't see any blooming clover, but the girls were awed with a romp through the orchard. Here they were checking out the beginning of what I'm sure will be beautiful peaches.