Lesson 924 – Elf in a coop – December 18

Elf in a coop

In anticipation of the big day, today Eeehiyo and Carol our Christmas chicken decided to hang out with our 3 French hens.



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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Filed under All things chickens, Chicken fun, Holidays, Personal, The kids, Uncategorized

3 responses to “Lesson 924 – Elf in a coop – December 18

  1. I’ve always resisted allowing an Elf to enter our house, as most are just plain trouble makers! Eeehiyo is a pleasure! Please send his sibling, or a cousin to my house next year!

  2. Karen Macrae

    I had an operation three weeks ago and I’m a bit housebound and banned from looking after the chickens. So I really look forward to the adventures of an Elf and his sidekick. I especially liked the antique baubles mischief.

    • Wendy Thomas


      Here’s speedy thoughts of quick healing being sent your way from our coop to yours. Hope you are up and about in no time.

      Very glad that I could keep you entertained while you recuperate, makes the task even more enjoyable.


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