This week I was sick. Do you know what happens on a farm when someone is sick?
The same thing that happens every other day.
The animals are hungry and need to be fed. They need clean water, too.
The goats still need to be milked.
All the chores still need to be done!
No resting in bed just because I'm sick!
Last week I promised to show you some pictures of our dog and some pictures of the ducks.
|First I thought you might like to see how the chicks are growing. They are starting to get tiny feathers on their wings this week! They still follow their mama around so they stay safe and can find food and water.|
|Back in May while you were just finishing Kindergarten our mama duck hatched out some eggs. Do you see the fuzzy ducklings? The mama duck is the black and white one. The daddy duck (called a drake) is the big white one.|
|Here is Matt and his dog, Miles. His name is Miles because he has 'miles of smiles.' |
He is always happy!
|Miles reminds us of Dug from the movie, "Up!" He loves everyone he meets, |
and he has a big, black nose.
|Do you think they look alike?|
|These are the pumpkins that have been growing in our garden this year. |
Some are small pumpkins. We will use those to make pie!
There are two big pumpkins. We will carve those for Halloween!
|I thought you would like a silly picture of our goat, Clover. Her tongue is always hanging out when she's happy! What a funny goat!|
Thanks for visiting again!
Next week I'll show you what it looks like to make cheese!
Make sure you ask your teacher good questions and I will do my best to answer them.