Monday, March 18, 2013

We picked up the rest of our chicks this weekend. They are really adorable. It's taking up some time getting the brooder all set up. The temperature, the bedding, waterer and feeder all just so. I think we got it now though. They are tons of fun to watch. I don't want this to turn into a chicken blog, so here's a picture of Molly. You'll notice it's a good picture, which means I didn't take it, my daughter got this of Molly playing with her new favorite toy this weekend. Molly has a lot of energy! Staying still is not the norm. I've been doing some sewing, in between tending to chickens and playing football with Molly, that I'll be sharing in a day or two.

9 comments:

Amanda said...

Aaah! Cute pictures and Molly looks as if butter wouldn't melt in her mouth. At last I'm able to type using both hands again, so I'll be getting up to speed soon. I can use the sewing machine, though pressing on the ruler to use the rotary cutter is still painful, but I'm getting there. Looking forward to seeing what you've ben getting up to.

Stephanie said...

Please share lots of chick pics! :o) And definitely more of Molly too. She has such a sweet face.

Nanette Merrill said...

We got 18 chicks this spring. Stinky little things. I can't wait til they can go in the hen house. They are at my SILs house right now waiting for the coop. We won't have eggs until Christmas probably. Your chicks look all warm and fuzzy.

Michele said...

Oh, they are all so cute! Thanks for sharing the pictures! It's interesting to me. I know nothing about raising chickens. If you'd like to do more post about them, I'd certainly read them.

KaHolly said...

Baby chicks. How sweet and cuddly. Molly will have her hands full!! Looking forward to watching them grow. And, to see what you've been up to at the machine!!

Judy S. said...

Cute! What does Molly think of the chicks?

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Fun, fun, fun Lynn....I'm sure you are going to enjoy your chicks!

em's scrapbag said...

I've thought about getting chicks but I'm afraid my doggy would eat them. How do you keep Molly away?

Houseelf said...

They have grown so much already! Molly looks like so much fun. Good way of keeping fit.