I woke up this morning greeted by this cute little smile... It actually made me laugh. Mr. Cozy Coup does not normally take up residence on the entrance steps. How did it get here? I've been meaning to start this blog for about five years now, but in the back of my mind I kept wondering who … Continue reading Farm Sweet Farm
So it's almost the end of May, but my monthly goals for April are coming right along! Looking back at the list... Finish the bookshelves for Baby J's room - We're LOVING how these turned out! I followed this tutorial from Shanty 2 Chic's website. Was able to utilize leftover sandpaper, primer, paint, and screws so … Continue reading April Updates
Farm life can be an emotional roller coaster ride sometimes. Not just for me, but for my kids, our relatives, our friends, and for the farmers too. For one, there's no social planning with farming. Well you can plan all you want, but there's NO guarantee the plan will go as scheduled. This had been probably … Continue reading Ups and Downs
I love food. Seriously, I have an emotional relationship to it and actually spent quite a large sum of money (and my parent's too) learning about it in school. GO HOKIES! But I LOATH cooking (not to be confused with baking) and DREAD every single part of the cooking process. I like to live simply … Continue reading My Nemesis
A few weeks ago Mr. Farmer came into the farm office (aka the kitchen) with a sheepish grin. The Bean had been helping him put out salt blocks, so I immediately assumed she was dirt/manure from head to toe and headed to start the bath water. She came tromping into the kitchen with a grin … Continue reading Initiation…Farm Kid Style
Virginia was a blast. Baby J, The Bean, and I went to visit Oma and Opa. I stressed out way too much prior to the trip. Traveling with the Littles was a breeze thanks to my parents having many of the young child/baby essentials available at their house. My dad is a master at scoring … Continue reading We are home!
The Bean got a package in the mail this weekend. I was holding Baby J when the mailman, Danny, came to the door so he handed it right to her. What's that? You mean you aren't on a first name basis with your USPS workers!? Perks of a small town 🙂 Inside, she was delighted … Continue reading Thanks Danny!
I'm loving this time at home with the babies and could get used to being a stay at home mom. Darn you expensive health insurance! Most of our days are spent playing, feeding, cooking, cleaning, doing laundry, and once in a while there's even an occasional nap. Now that I've physically recovered from childbirth there … Continue reading April Goals