Monday, October 23, 2017

Our Visit To Atlanta Botanical Gardens - Scarecrows In The Garden

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Fall and specifically Halloween is Ava's favorite time of the year. I think she may like Halloween more than her birthday lol. We usually like to participate in fun fall and Halloween events during the whole month of October. We took a trip to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens to see the Scarecrows In The Garden which has become somewhat of a tradition for us as we have gone every year for the past 2 years. I wanted to share a few pictures of our time at the gardens in hopes of inspiring you to take a trip there this October. Check out the pictures below!

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Ava loves the spooky fun of Halloween and she really enjoys Scarecrows in the Garden. We went with our friends and the kids had a great time.

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There have been new renovations to the gardens and Ava was able to play on the new playground, she had a blast going down the slide.

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Since Halloween is quickly approaching, Ava wanted to wear a festive shirt, I picked it up at Atlanta Baby Exchange, one of our favorite places to shop for children's clothes in Atlanta. I paired her fun shirt with Estella Black "Mary Jane" style shoes sent to us from pediped footwear. They looked so girly and adorable on Ava.  Definitely check out pediped footwear for amazingly cute kids shoes. Oh, and did I mention that her shoes are made with vegan materials?!

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There are more than 100 scarecrows in the garden created by schools, businesses, and organizations. The scarecrows leave the garden on October 29th, so if you are in the area, take a trip to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Until next time!

April K.
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13 comments:

  1. I love all the Halloween decorations they have! I have a botanical gardens nearby too but never think to go. It is pretty cool, I'll have to check mine out soon!

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  2. This is so cool!! We live right outside Atlanta in Peachtree Corners and believe it or not, have not made it to the Botanical Gardens yet!! We've been here just 3 years now. And you homeschool?!?!?! We do tooooooo! :-)

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  3. I love going to places like this. Especially around the holidays. The kids really get a kick out of the decorations.

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  4. Fun scarecrows and your little girl is darling! Looks like somewhere my kids and I would love to go!

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  5. This sounds like such a cool experience. I wish we lived closer because I would love to take my boys.

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  6. This place looks like so much for the kids! we have a Botanical garden here in the north suburbs of Chicago and we go from time-to-time. Never thought to go there in the Fall, I bet it's beautiful!

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  7. This was one of the first places I visited when I was a kid and I loved it! I def want to return!

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  8. It's so cute that they're decorated for fall/Halloween!! Sounds like you had a fun time!

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  9. I love botanical gardens! I love how they decorated it for fall and halloween!

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  10. I love her excitement! I actually hadnt thought about checking my local gardens for decorations! Thanks for the reminder

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  11. How fun! It looks like she had a blast. I'm hoping to get to visit Atlanta this summer and we'll have to check out the botanical garden (minus the Halloween decor)

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  12. This is so cute! Looks like you had a ton of fun!

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