The AdventureWe started our morning at the café, which Big Brother used to call "The Pancake Store" because ever since he was little he has always gotten pancakes there. It's a great local place for breakfast and lunch, and we've been going there for years. I even waited tables there just after college, so it's a comfortable place with people we know.
Our pancakes, as always, were delicious!
After breakfast we headed down the road to our favorite farm stand in order to explore their pumpkin patch.
Big Brother picked the largest pumpkin he could find, which he promptly turned into a seat. Little Brother had fun exploring the different pumpkins, using them as props for standing up.
Later in the day we read a great pumpkin book It's Pumpkin Time by Zoe Hall. There are so many great pumpkin books, it was hard to pick. But this one has colorful illustrations which clearly and simply explain the life cycle of a pumpkin.
The Project: P is for Purple Paint
We decided to keep the project a little simpler again by just sticking to painting.
As Big Brother painted we talked about some other "p" words. He decided to paint a purple pig with a purple princess looking at it. As we were painting just before bed, I couldn't resist reading one more book: Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson. We've been enjoying how Harold's imagination takes him such fabulous places, so it was a great reread.
Our P adventure and project proved to be an easy one to complete with lots of different "P"ossibilities.
Other P adventure ideas: park, playground, picnic, party, playoff game, or pool.