At the starting line

Last weekend, the kids went with their Mommaw and Aunt to the corn maze a few towns over.  I don’t think they had ever been to such an event but everyone was gung-ho.  I have little doubt that Isaac, in particular, was full-throttle the entire time.

In the corn maze

The good thing is, the maze is huge and basically walled in with corn.  They nicknamed Isaac the streak at the maze, and not because he was garment-challenged.  Anyhow, I don’t know what sort of corn they planted but it was super tall and the kids were curious what would happen if they got lost.  I told them to shoot sparks from their wands just like Harry Potter.  I guess they didn’t buy it though.  Isaac had a plan how he would just run right through the corn if necessary.

In the corn maze

In a very serious tone, he informed me he was “ready to do what he needed to to get out.”  The maze is closed now for this year, but we will probably get back out to it next year (and we’ll remember our wands next time!)
In the corn maze

In the corn maze

In the corn maze

7 thoughts on “A-maze-ing

  1. Sounds like a great time! I haven’t dared tried them with my kids yet. Panicky toddlers lost in a corn patch….so not a good time in my book!! 😉

  2. Sounds like a blast, your kids are very lucky to have parents that take time with them. We need a lot more parents following your lead. Good job.


  3. I’ve always wanted to go to one of these too. I don’t think there are any around here though.

    “ready to do what he needed to to get out.” – ha, that’s great. 🙂


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