We are so, very thankful for the beautiful weather that we enjoyed at our annual Bring Your Own Pumpkin Festival this year!
June says, ‘why yes, I am a cute chicken.’ We are loving our little silky chickens! They are so fluffy I want to die!
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Dad recently created a gate on the brooder for the peeps to play outside.
We have to keep an eye on Moo Moos Kitty.
This peep sensed his presence and the possibility of impending danger.
Fluffy was around the other corner, and even though he was watching the big chickens at this point, he was also keeping an eye on the peeps.
She LOVES these peeps and cares for them really well.
The silky peeps are fluffy from head to toe and we can’t even stand it!
It’s no secret that I love fluffy chicken behinds, but these silky’s take it to a whole new level. Help me.
Often times, if the weather is nice, we will sit outside after dinner and just watch them scratch and learn and play. Don’t laugh, it’s good, clean, family fun!
Some of them prefer to stay in the safety of the brooder.
I love you, little peep peep!
They are fantastic (already) at catching bugs mid air, and they love stink bugs!
Our peeps were incubated for 21 days and hatched on Easter Sunday.
We are fascinated with their feet.
And for good reason! Can you even stand this?!
I believe this silky peep to be saying, “I am dreaming of zee better life.” (Check out the egg tooth at the end of his/her beak. That’s how they perforate the egg shell to hatch. It falls off about 1.5 weeks later).
We just love the markings on this peep.
Trust me when I tell you: there is NOTHING cuter than peep peep nap time.