Eleven years ago in the upstairs bathroom, Jake was born. My life has never been the same since #4 arrived! Jake, just minutes after his homebirth He's one of the sweetest kids around, and as he gets older each year, I'm noticing that ornery streak coming out in him just like his Dad Ted, sisters … Continue reading Happy 11th birthday, Jake!
This happened five years ago; Facebook reminded me. I just had to share it here! LOL Oct. 27, 2012 On the way home from the field trip yesterday, just at the end of our road, I saw a HUGE hornets' nest about six inches off the ground (seriously, this thing was about 18" - 24" … Continue reading Hornets and Homeschooling
It's no secret that I am horrible at figuring out if cats are boys or girls. Pretty much all the other animals I can figure out easily, but I always seen to call it wrong on the kittens! We found out when we took thin to be neutered that he was actually a girl! We … Continue reading Finn is a GIRL!!!
I love this little dog! I got Smidge at the flea market ten and a half years ago. She was just a little, solid black, fuzzy, tiny slip of a pup, and she fit in the palm of my hand. I carried her around in the pocket of my robe for weeks. I used to … Continue reading Little Smidge
Good mornin', America; how are ya? Know your food; know your farmer!
This little guy loves me! I hope he still does after I take him to be neutered Saturday morning.
He was so excited to get his trombone yesterday! He had his first band class, too, and he told me all about it as soon as he got home from school. Have you ever seen a happier kid? He practiced for half an hour. He found it hilarious that Smidge ran away from his playing! … Continue reading Jake’s in band!
Daddy and Jake playing Beyblades 10/7/2017
One of Ted's coworkers has cattle, and he designed a new type of hay feeder. This design keeps the hay dry and off the ground, and it's supposed to be zero waste. Ted bought one from him. Robbie delivered it Saturday morning. The cattle love it!
The hog feeder we bought in Indiana is in with the pigs; Ted put 1200 pounds of feed in it, and it had room for probably 600 pounds more. The plan is to only fill it two more times before the pigs go to butcher. This will save us a lot of time this winter … Continue reading Hopeful Time Saver