Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Easter and Chickens!


We spent Easter with my mom's side of the family.  We played games, ate, did a craft, ate, watched  Tangled with my little cousins, ate some more and of course we had and Easter egg hunt!
Auntie and Dad talking.  Probably about chickens!
My new Easter dress!  You can't really see it but it's soooo... cute!
Still searching!

March like daddy!
Cute faces!
Funny faces!


We each got to name our own chicken!  
When dad saw all the chickens he pointed out one of them and said,
"Her name will be Missy" and there you have it!

My chicken: Elsie
Mom's chicken: Sally Henny Penny (the light brown chicken)
 Audrey's chicken: Lucy (the dark brown chicken)

Dad's chicken: Missy 
All four new members of our family!

Thursday, April 14, 2011


Last Saturday my Dad and I added more fencing to the bunny hutch.   Dad and Mom finely decided it's time to get chickens!  So Dad and I went to Par Lumber for some wood ( We searched the wood pile in our alley first. :)  Then we went to the feed store and bought some nails.! 

While  Dad and I built the Chicken Coop Audrey jumped on the trampoline and Mom Blogged!
OK, Audrey helped too!
It was time to dig the hole for a fence post!  Dad dug the post digger into the ground and hit cement!
After 5 try's and finding that there was a cement slab under us we finely found somewhere to dig.

We got this old wooden rabbit hutch from a friend.  It used to be her daughters, for her  rabbit Thumper!

Mom came out to make sure every thing was going well!

All finished!
Now all we need is Chickens!

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Job 39:19-25 for Ponies!

Do you give the pony his strength or clothe his neck with a flowing mane.

Do you make him leap like a locust, striking terror with his proud snorting.

He paws fiercely, annoyed at the little girl putting bows in his tail, and shampoo in his mane.

He laughs at fear, afraid of nothing; he does not shy away from the German Shepherd.

The sage brush rubs against his side, along with the small trees.

In frenzied excitement he eats up the hay; he cannot stand still when the grain is poured.

At the blast of the car horn he snorts, 'Aah!' He catches the scent of people from afar, the shout of commands and the baby cry.