Baby is still fascinated with serving tea from the vintage, blue willow tea set that came from my neighbour. The knee in the picture belongs to her eighteen year old cousin and she fed the poor boy at least a gallon of
This grandson, we call The Chicken Whisperer. He helps his mom care for the chickens that are brought to their animal sanctuary. ~
He checked the feathered girls over and pronounced them in the best of health! He also gave me some really good pointers on daily care. To keep the water in the trough clean and free of bits of straw, he set the trough up on a couple of bricks. Why didn't that occur to me?
The favourite toy of the day for the little ones was this $5 wagon I bought at auction. ~
The favourite for all ages was a tether ball. It says right on the box that it's not recommended for children under 36 mths. of age, as they may get their necks caught in the string. I think they may what to mention that a missile, travelling at a high rate of speed, toward the toddlers head, is a bad idea, too.
Apparently, baby is a risk taker, because she loved that thing! ~
When she shot it at Chicken Whisperer he fell down. He fell down over and over again and every time it broke Baby up! ~
The kids wanted to know why I had a rusty bucket hanging on the chicken pen. I explained that I found the pen unattractive and was beginning to decorate it. Since the girls are not allowed to have roosters come calling, I added a couple of pin up boys to decorate their walls. ~
To find out how to age galvanized metal click here. The images are from The Graphics Fairy and I used outdoor ModPodge to attach them to the bucket.
Baby and Amish Girl wanted to help and this is what we found them doing. ~
Hmmm - not exactly the look I was going for! I'm pretty sure this won't be a Pinterest sensation.
Still, it's always nice to have a little help from grandkids!
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