First off, thank you for your sweet comments on our recent trip to the beach! 🙂 We really have mastered Waverly Maye’s personality, anything that involves running, exploring, & being outside is totally her thing. Nothing makes her happier than being able to run free. I can’t even count the number of times I have been stopped & asked lately how old she is or when she learned to walk, they are amazed at how quick she is for such a little person. I always come close to saying “at birth”,
I really feel like I have been chasing after her since then. 😉
So I just knew that much like the beach, a trip to the strawberry patch would top her list of favorite things to do. We randomly went a couple Mondays ago, the window for good strawberries is really so short we wanted to get there while we could. Also, Waverly’s cousins were going, she is obsessed with everything about them.
This child is as enthusiastic as they come, & I’m sure there has never been another activity she loved more than this. Waverly was all about the fact that there was tons of room for her to roam, it was perfect for a toddler since the aisles (is that what they are called?) were long but kept us from losing her. Once she figured out how to pick the berries, she was so proud of herself. The cutest.
Another plus, eating the berries. 🙂 I’m not sure I should publicly admit this since the ones she ate (one bite out of each) were not weighed in the baskets we paid for, but there was no stopping Waverly. She could not get over the fact that there were so many, she was definitely very impressed. She kept repeating “diapas” since that is what she has been calling berries for months now, it’s totally random & once again, we have no idea where it comes from. Yet we all know exactly what she means when she says it & so, obviously, we just go with it.
Does anyone else’s toddler have their own language, too?!
Regardless, the berries we have pulled out of the fridge since then are just not nearly as cool. These were her favorite ever.
It definitely was one of the most memorable days we have had, I can’t wait to take her back next year!! I live for traditions like this. 🙂 If you have one in your area, Waverly & I definitely recomend a trip! It was well worth the red stains that I’m not sure I will ever be able to get out. 😉
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