The Once Upon a Farm co-founder showed off her homegrown pumpkins in a sweet Instagram video
Jennifer Garner is living for autumn and life as a farmer.
The Daredevil actress, 51, shared a video on Instagram that appeared to be filmed from her Oklahoma farm, showing off her homegrown pumpkins for National Pumpkin Day on Thursday, Oct. 26.
In the video, Garner sported a pair of beige gardening gloves and off-white overalls. She’s stood outside behind a gate lined with five pumpkins, and showcased each pumpkin individually while she sang a popular lullaby called Five Little Pumpkins Sitting on a Gate.
“Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate// The first one said ‘Oh my it's getting late’// The second one said ‘There are witches in the air!’// The third one said ‘But we don't care!’// The fourth one said ‘Let's run and run and run!’// The fifth one said ‘I'm ready for some fun’// Ooh went the wind and out went the light// And the five little pumpkins rolled out of sight," she sang.
Garner captioned the wholesome video: “#NationalPumpkinDay 🎃”
But even when Garner isn’t working on Once Upon a Farm in Oklahoma, she still seemingly has a serious knack for gardening. Earlier this summer, Garner gave her followers a “summer” tour of the fruit trees in the garden of her California home, via Instagram Reels.
"Summer in my garden," Garner wrote in the caption, showing off a wide range of fruit that she was sampling straight from the branches.
When Garner isn’t farming, gardening or acting, she is a busy mother of three — whom she still packs lunch for, regardless of her busy schedule.
"I pack lunch for my eldest [daughter Violet, 17] every single day," Garner admitted during a Once Upon a Farm event in Brooklyn. But packing lunch for her kids is part of what inspired her farm and children’s food company, she said.
"She's a senior in high school, and I give her at least two Once Upon a Farm pouches in her lunchbox," she added. "They don't have that much time to eat! And lunchtime is also their recess or break time, so they really eat the bare minimum so they can go out to play.”
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