This post is full of proud mommie pictures.
Is this not the cutest face you have ever seen?
Did you guys see the darling pictures that Heather Bullard took of her sweet baby chicks?
If not, you just have to. They are so darn cute.
It inspired me to take a few of my own so I could always remember the joys of their babyhood.
I can't believe how attached I am to these little cuties.
I haven't named any of them yet, but I'm thinking.
It's hard when you don't know whether they are roosters or hens.
I would hate to give a rooster a comlex by naming him Harriette, after my great aunt.
This little guy wanted his picture taken too!
How could I say no?
This little one wasn't to sure about it though.
But this sweetie was a little more willing to share the limelight.
I think the Easter chick just made a friend!
Wait a minute...is this a chicken hug?
This was a lot of work for these little babies.
(and for me)
So after the photo shoot...we were all ready for a nap!!!
I have to take a blog break for awhile. I am so busy doing garden bed clean up,
and we have started the construction on the backyard studio. The crew has been
here working nonstop for the last three days. I am the lucky one that gets to go up
and down the road to the lumber store whenever the guys need something.
I'm feeling spread little thin right now.
I won't be doing a White Wednesday post this week and maybe next,
but after that I hope to be back on task. I hope to be able to do a little blog hopping
though, but if you don't hear from me, I will be catching up with you all soon.
I want to thank all of you who stop by and read my ramblings, it means so much.
And whether you leave me a message or not, just know how much
I appreciate each and everyone of you!
And if for some reason I haven't come around to thank you for your
dear words, I apologize. I really do try to thank everyone who takes the time to
make me part of their weekly reads.
I want to wish each of you a blessed Easter tomorrow.
I am so grateful to my Lord and Savior for what He did for me...for us.