Lesson 1254 – Mother’s Day with the flock

What a fun-filled Mother’s Day.

On Sunday I drove to Norwich to bring one of our chicks home for the summer. Alas, with that trip ends all of my “Good Year” jokes – my only consolation is that he may be living in Dodge dorm again next year so at least I can take up where I left off with the “Get out of Dodge” jokes.

Bye Norwich, it's been a good year.

Bye Norwich, it’s been a good year.

On the way I took a quick detour to Kind Arthur (did you really expect anything else?) one of the happiest places on earth for a mom. Didn’t do too much damage, a bowl, a mug, and a new chicken apron.

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King Arthur spring display

We then came home to spend Mother’s day with the rest of the flock.

I checked in on these guys:

I spy with my little eye three babies' eyes.

I spy with my little eye three babies’ eyes.

Took a few photos with our other newest arrivals:

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And spent time with these very important members of our flock:

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Yup, it was a Mother’s Day to remember – still smiling.

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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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