Oh my, I got home and knew that one or both of the Girlies (hens) could have some babies. When I walked in sure enough.......Missy Thatcher had a baby that was walking around her, adorableness!!! I wish I could have had every single one of you and the children in your life in that little milk house! I love little life.....well, really all of life. It is a miracle that is always right in front of us so many times. God is so so good to let us see His creation!
I couldn't get Missy Thatcher's baby......except when I videoed it. That worked for me! Watch how brutal this little one is with it's Momma's eyes. Ouch!
I will be fixing up cages for each momma and her babies, after all their eggs are hatched. It will help keep the mommas from getting confused with their babies.
I also started my tomato seeds tonight. My farm friend Gail taught me how to do this years ago. Love it. Looks adorable!
Pick out a tea cup from your cupboard.
Fill the cup with potting soil.
Sprinkle tomato seeds on top.
Cover seeds with 1/4" potting soil.
I put my seeds up on the top of my refridgerator. It is warm there and I has lights. Make sure that the soil has moisture.
If you want, you can go here and read when I first put up how to do my tomato seeds.
When the little tomato plants get their second leaves they are ready to transplant them to bigger containers. I use the small Dixie cups. I poke a hole in the bottom, lay the cups on a cookie sheet and put them under shop lights. I don't do very well with them by windows. They get to long on me.
Thank you so much for those of you who wrote prayers for me today. I still have this itchy cough, but I do feel a lot better. We are suppose to get some snow on Thursday and Friday. Can't believe this weather!
Blessings to all you precious ladies, thank you for leaving comments. They bless my day!!!!!!!
Four more days until I am home for a week! Can't wait.