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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Chicken Preparations!

While at my brothers house, we ordered our chickens! It was so fun, like kids in a candy store. We browsed the folder containing pictures and descriptions, determining which breeds and how many of each we wanted. I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of 10! He's stocking up on more meat chickens, and a few more hens.

So with a little more time to complete, Ken and the triplets worked diligently on the coop. It was fun watching their enthusiasm as they took turns with the drill.

My babies arrive on the 27th, then will come home somewhere around the 2nd weekend in June.

Meantime, we'll be finishing up their new home. The boys picked out the paint color, and soon the roof, door, windows and window boxes will be added.

I'm hoping the boys can come along with me to pick up the chickens! They've been a big help to Ken and I, and it would be fun for them to go along for the ride!

7 comments:

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Chickens!!! We had chickens many many years ago and the eggs were fantastic!
Enjoy your new "kids"!
Hugs,
Coralie

Catherine said...

How fun!! I look forward to photos!
xo Catherine

kathy said...

Great pictures as always, Laurie. The boys are so much fun to watch when they have a real project to work on. Great job!, Jake, JJ and Jordie!!!

Pearl said...

How exciting and fun, the boys are so typical with tools :) Glad there having fun. Can't wait to see pictures of your new babies.

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

It sooo good to see a man help the next generation of men with tools! And the chickens? Oh how wonderful! You must take tonzzzz of pictures for us :-) How exciting!

Diane said...

You will love having your own chickens. It's going to be fun watching this development. Diane

Melinda Cornish said...

ok, you know how excited I am for you!!!! I am going to enjoy your chickens like they are my own...live vicariously and all that since my condo would not appreciate chickens on my patio and tiny little yard....I cant wait to see them!!!!!!!!