Wednesday, March 30, 2011

This and That

Not much is going on, the same ole stuff. There have been a few exceptions.

We tore down the yucky chicken fence and will replace with another just as soon as we have time and money.

Jacob participated in posting the colors at an Hispanic wedding expo. He is carrying the Washington State Flag.

Jordan celebrated her 11th Birthday..(notice the Christmas wrapping paper, this is what happens when you let children do the wrapping)

Found a great childrens gardening book!

With great pictures!

With great ideas, and timed projects that the kids can do by themselves.

Planted onions, Broccoli, and lettuce in the greenhouse. Next week it will be all the summer veggies.


Teaching the goats some tricks and waiting patiently(NOT) for kids to arrive starting in the next couple of weeks all the way through June.

Ever seen a goat with a missing tooth?? Excuse the green she didn't floss that morning.

5 comments:

Dalyn (AKA The Queen of Quite Alot) said...

love your blog's new look- and looks like the kids are started with their gardens just in time! I found old pictures from a few years ago when they helped me with mine. :)

Farming Mama said...

ooo baby goats! I can't wait for them to arrive so you can share pictures. I've always wanted some goats, but it will be a couple years at least. I hope you had the same warm temps and sun we had up here today - Happy Spring! :)

OurCrazyFarm said...

Great pictures! Same old, same old is good! Everything looks so green there~ we still have lots of snow leftover and are only dreaming of green and gardens at this point. Can't wait to hear about baby goats!

Teresa said...

Dalyn, I would like to see those pictures.
Farming Mama, you will have to come down and see them. They are so uch fun and I get milk!!!
Terri, it is finally turning green and warming up but with the warmer temps comes the winds, oh how i hate the wind.

PrairieMom said...

My oh my! Our grass is just now greening up and I heard the first lawn mower today. Ours isn't long enough yet.
Love the new look, Tee!
Can't wait to see you all again, soon (I hope).
We are waiting until midm-May to plant this year. That late frost last year was the pits!
Smiles....