Wednesday, March 30, 2011

My Backyard Brood!

A new little brood has joined our family...
sweet New Hampshire Reds & Barred Rock!

Details to follow! xo

26 comments:

Bee happy said...

These are sooo cute! happy times :)

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

suzeeez said...

How sweet,love them ! :o) Sue

Deanna said...

Oh the darling little things! I wouldn't be able to stop playing with them...lol!

Deanna :D

Debbie's Garden said...

Chick-a-doodle-do! Your Grandchicks are very sweet

DearHelenHartman said...

So sweet.

A Vintage Chic said...

Oh, how adorable! Congratulations on your new little brood, Maryjane! Yet another thing I'll have to get your advice about later...been wanting to keep chickens forever!

My post on your wonderful laundry soap is up this morning...thanks again, my friend!

Wishing you the loveliest day...

Julie

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Aww.. too cute! I someday would like to have a few chickens. Nothing like REAL eggs!
deb

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

how adorable!

kpaints said...

Awwh so sweet! I am about to embark on this same journey. I have wanted to do it for many years and now I am brave enough to give it a try! Very soon..looking for a Chicken Tractor as we speak. Good luck with your little girls.

Dawn said...

We would love chickens, if we ever move we will make sure that this is one of the things we have room for.

Your chicks are so lovely

Love Dawn xx

Cindy said...

OOOhhhh they are so addicting at this stage. Mine are in the ugly stage right now...can't wait for them to be big!!I have 12.I am going to order more this summer...kinda of stagger them so I have eggs year round.Looking forward to following your story of them.Check out my blog from this past Monday.There are some new friends you might enjoy!!

Hugs Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

Elyse said...

awwwwwww!

(how is it thursday already?)

love,
elyse
xo

NanaDiana said...

Aren't they darling? I love the one of them all huddled together for warmth and security! I remember the feeling of holding one of those babies in my hands when I was a kid....that soft little body and you could feel the heartbeat...and I would always rub my nose against their downy little heads. Yours are Soooo cute!!!xxoo Diana

Annie said...

oh, I LOVE them. Nothing like baby animals

Julie Harward said...

Ohhh, they are so darling! Lucky you! ;D

*Shelli* said...

So ADORABLE MOM! You are a FARMGIRL for sure ♥

corners of my life said...

They are so cute when they are little. Too bad they grow so quickly! Enjoy.

Mimi Sue said...

Fresh eggs! Lucky you. Mimi

Jamey said...

They are so cute!

Jacqueline said...

What a happy spring thought...baby chicks. Stopping by tonight for a visit. I have not been able to visit for a couple of months due to opening Once Upon A Fairyland, a whimsical consignment shop. I'm having the time of my life!
Have a beautiful April!
~Jacqueline~

Karen said...

OMG how STINKIN' cute are they?
I am so JEALOUS! We can't have chickens where I live.
Hmmmm...I think it's time to move to Temecula!!!
We have to get together soon! I can't wait to meet you!
And GIRL! you missed the BEST time in Round Top! you and your cute little trailer would've fit right in!!!!
:) Have a great week! Karen

Nancy Jo said...

MJL,
Are they cute or what?? I remember when I lived at home holding them, they are just so cute and soft. PEEP PEEP.
You sure do keep busy, always nice to see what you are up to.
Nancy Jo

ruthwilma said...

beautiful pictures , to sweet
love to see it

My Crafty Little Page said...

Oh my gosh - I want some chicks, too!!! And your little grandgirl - isn't she adorable. xoxo Nancy (who is totally jealous of your little shasta!!!)

~✿~Icy BC said...

They are so adorable looking, and your cherry cobbler sounds so fantastic!

Sarah said...

What cute little chicks. ~ Sarah