The high schoolers have finals this week which means that they are getting home early from school.
And this also means that they are hanging around the house, half-studying and half-bugging mom.
“Mom, can you drive me to the store?”
“Mom, what’s for lunch?”
Yesterday in an attempt to buy a few minutes of time so that I could finish an article I was working on, I sent Addy outdoors with my camera (be careful, I just got it back from being repaired) to take a few pictures of our new babies.
I want to remind you that this is my daughter Addy, who has yet to meet a baby she didn’t love. All I can say is – Addy, sweetheart, be careful, that’s how you end up with 6 kids.
Here are some of her masterpieces.
And of this one, Addy said:
“Look at how that one is so proud and puffing out his chest. I’m thinking that one’s a male.”
Ah, little grasshopper, you’ve learned well. Now go back to studying.
Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com
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