Each year I look forward to taking Ross and Rayna strawberry picking at Washington Farms. If you’ve never been, it’s a fun experience for the family. You are given a bucket to collect your own strawberries in their field. Just let the kids fill it to the top and take it home! I managed to put a few in the freezer this year, but the majority were gone within a week!
I’m so glad we started this tradition three years ago! Wanna’ see our old trips?!?
Here’s some pictures and mushy-thoughts from last year’s tradition:
Here’s 2009… Rayna was SUCH a sweet, little baby!
Oh my goodness! Your mom looks beautiful! I can not believe that she’s old enough to be a grandmother. Simply Beautiful!
they are beautiful as always! you have a beautiful family, all of ya’ll. Connie looks as happy as someone can be with her babies.
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