just another day in parent-dise…

November 28, 2008

Miller Farms

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The boys (incl Daddy) and I went about 15 miles north of Brighton to Miller Farms in Platteville to glean the fields for veggies!  We heard about it from a couple of different friends and thought it would be a wonderful family outing.  Everyone had fun except for Ryan.  He didn’t care for getting dirty in the goodness of God’s green Earth.  There were lots of fun kids activities that we did after we gleaned that he enjoyed much better! 

AJ was the opposite, however.  He pretty much picked up anything that he could find.  He would pick up a big clump of dirt and say, “Look at THIS potato!”  Here are some pictures from our morning at Miller Farm.


There were so many people!  The staff said they had more people show in the first hour than they were expecting the entire weekend!  They had to turn people away after 10:00am because there wasn’t enough produce.


AJ picking a not-so-fresh onion.


Mommy:  Ryan, are you having fun? 

Ryan:  No, this is not fun.


Cool potato tractor.





  1. Lucky!!! I was one of the first ones turned away. I’m glad you had fun, maybe I’ll go next spring when they open up again.

    Comment by audrey — November 28, 2008 @ 6:38 am | Reply

  2. I soooooooooooo wanna play there! I have a feeling J Skye would love getting dirty, mommy wouldn’t, so I could send him after all the stuff as I hold the bag!!
    Miss you guys!

    Comment by Colby — November 29, 2008 @ 3:56 pm | Reply

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