This girl has taken us for a ride the last few weeks. She started showing us signs of being in distress. I thought, well maybe she’s in labor? She had vaginal discharge, looked uncomfortable, constantly pawing the ground and yawning. All normal signs of labor for goats. When nothing happened, I knew it was something … Continue reading Bonnie Update
Say what? Who in their right mind could possibly have manicured nails living on a homestead? That doesn’t sound right or possible! In my experience, it is downright impossible to keep my nails painted for more than a day let alone getting any length to them. After having children I immediately noticed my nails change. … Continue reading Manicured nails on the homestead?
I patiently waited 3 years for this! We finally have a buggy to ride around on the homestead and I’m so relieved because this helps cut my chore time in half. It may seem a bit lazy, but when you have three children who tend to get into things they shouldn’t, it makes it possible … Continue reading Why we chose an electric Club Car over a fuel UTV
Our wannabe farm is starting to feel like a farm. We've added another goat to our place and she is such a sweetheart. The farm we got her from use to show her, so she has been handled amply. She may also have been bred and will be due in March 2020 if the breeding … Continue reading Free Pallet Goat Shelter
This is kind of a late late post. See, back in March, we were getting ready to start digging out an area for the ducks to have a pond. Before we could even begin, one of the ducklings was bitten by a snake and passed. We were so sad and angry for not hurrying up. … Continue reading Duck Pond
I started our first garden this year, very late. It just kind of happened that way. We are not fully homesteading yet and its hard for me to get the things we want to do started all by myself. If you are reading this and you're homesteading alone with three toddlers I bow to you! … Continue reading DIY Pallet Fence