Lesson 903 – Elf in a coop – December 01

Elf in a coop

December 01

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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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2 responses to “Lesson 903 – Elf in a coop – December 01

  1. Ellen

    Love it! Word of advice, not sure how old your littles are, GD is seven in Feb. she noticed the tags on “Cupcake: and commented that he just comes from the store and that he is plastic. Lots of quick thinking really speedy quick, Just one more year with her PLEASE. Love this blog❤

    • Wendy Thomas

      It’s funny that you said this. I cut the tags off this afternoon as I thought they were unnecessarily cluttering up the photo. (although I checked first to see if I was doing it under “penalty of law” – I wasn’t)

      With regard to believing. *all* six of my kids (ages 13 – 22) still believe in Santa. They know the rules, if you don’t believe in Santa, then Santa doesn’t believe in you and won’t leave you any presents. Ask any of my kids and they will all nod and tell you they believe, oh they believe.

      They even pose each year with Santa. That’s a true gift they all willingly give to me each Christmas. I’ll be posting this year’s photo in a few weeks once they all come home from college, in the meantime, here is last year’s photo https://simplethrift.wordpress.com/2012/12/24/holiday-greetings-from-our-flock-to-yours/

      I’ve got to say, I’ve got a bunch of good eggs with this crew.🙂

      Happy Holidays!

      Wendy

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