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Thursday, June 30, 2011

My Peeps

I've been absent for awhile, but I just couldn't tear myself away from the sunny skies, rocking on the swing, and enjoying my peeps! They are growing so fast, and the differences are noticeable every day. This little barred rock I call Matilda, (she loves to be cuddled!)
and this little silver laced wyandotte my niece named Olivia, seen at 2 weeks,
are now 5 weeks old.

My Golden Laced Wyandotte, yet to be named, at 2 weeks,
strutting her stuff at 5!

Gracie, the New Hampshire Red
is turning into a beauty, along with her rooster partner, George.
And remember Precious the Auracauna?
She's quite the head turner at 5 weeks!
Sweet little Bella, a Buff Orpington taking a nap at 2 weeks,
is a true "Bella the Ball!"
My niece has sworn she will make a movie and call it "Woman who Stares at Chickens", I swear that's about all I do!


Pearl said...

Dear Women Who stares At Chickens, to funny honey, I have a name for your unnamed baby "Wynona" hah! They really are beautiful Laurie I don't blame you for just wanting to be with them. Animals have such healing powers for us, and the same for them to us. Just a perfect match we are. Enjoy that sunshine, I missed you. Hugs, Pearl

Catherine said...

Gosh those sweet chicks have grown up fast. I can understand why all you want to do is stare at them. They are so cute!

Happy Friday Laurie!
xo Catherine

Diane said...

I don't blame you. I think they'd be so much fun to watch. They're growing so fast and all very beautiful. Diane

Melinda Cornish said...

I am enjoying these chickens...I feel kind of like a proud chicken auntie....