So, if you haven't gone to Milburn's yet this season, do it already.
I went again on Tuesday and had a wonderful time.
Little G got to hang with her Buddy Little L (I got to hang out with my friend Meredith (I mentioned your name this time) and see all of the animals, play on the playground and eat a picnic lunch.
And since she was a good little girl - she got a cider donut and Mommy got some lettuce (I know, not fair). Mommy has had her fair share of donuts in her life, sorry Milburn's, but I could do without another.
|Feeding the Baby Goats.|
|Sleepy Piggy - Also Smelly|
|The Pumpkin that I'm sure everyone poses by because no one can pick it up to buy it!|
- Go during the week, less crowded and your kids can run around a little bit more because there is more space.
- Bring quarters - I forgot, thanks Meredith - to feed the animals. Not the quarters, but put them in the machines for food. Meredith even thought to bring a cup to put the feed in so that little hands didn't have to hold it all - or maybe so Meredith didn't have to hold it all.
- Give yourself at least an hours time to see all the animals, walk around, eat lunch and shop around.
- Pack a lunch or buy lunch at the stand.
- Stop in the store and buy a little bit of goodies - they are good! They have baked goods, healthy garden items, or course apples, cider, jellies and lots of other things I don't know what to do with.
If you haven't read my previous posts on how to have a fabulous, affordable adventure at Milburn's, check it out here.