Meat birds! The biggest one will be dinner on Amanda's birthday. :) They are in a mobile pen when we're gone or at night but if we're outside playing we let them wander around. I move the pen each day. The grass amazing where their pen was located a few weeks ago.
Blueberries bushes, apple tree, beans, seeds for carrots, beets, maybe some more kale and beans, I can't remember off-hand.
Black magic kale, kale, beet, carrots and more kale. I may have over compensated for our ground squirrel problem last year. I'm freezing the kale to use in our smoothies.
Grape vines, tomatoes, brussel spouts, onion, cilantro. And lots of weeds.
Flubber snake. Tali made this.
Our first carrot harvest. The are called carnival carrots and there are multiple colors.
Amanda is really good with the chickens. She likes to hold the food container and let them eat. Tali likes to feed them, too, but she does lots of crazy things to pester them too. Ana has petted them and Julia asks to hold the container but doesn't want the chickens close to her.
My lovely four year old. Who loves to practice the monkey bars just like Amanda.
Just a glimpse of Julia. She finally started walking at 17.5 months. Back to laundry folding...
We are a Christian couple joyfully answering God's call on our life to welcome children into our home. We have two boys, Tyler and Tony, and adopted our first daughter, Amanda, in August of 2007 and a second daughter, Christiana, in July of 2009. Talitha joined our family in February 2010 after a surprise pregnancy. Julia was an even bigger surprise in January 2012.