Monday, November 9, 2009

Life on Our Farm

*********I am having a sale this week on my Etsy and on my Selling blog, till Nov 14 everything is 10 % off ,to my blogger friends and followers.Have fun shopping,Jennifer***********

We had a very warm weekend and my boys had lots of fun with the animals.Here are some pics.Our bunny Browne had 3 babbies, about 11 days ago.There eyes just opened,aren't they adorable?

There daddy is a big gray Flopp eared rabbit.We wonder if they will have the Momma's ears or there Daddy's ears.The one with the little spot on its nose is just so cute and the bravest of the 3.
Notice how the Mom makes her nest.She pulls her hair out and mixes it with the starw.It looks like a big birds nest with hair and straw when empty.

My son is in the FFA,
(Future Farmer's Of America)He has to do a project and he is using the goats this year.They bought the goats this summer at a yard sale.The family couldn't keep them anymore and were selling all there animals.They had auction tags in there ears origanly and they were able to get them out with a gadget the feed store sells.He is trying to get them super friendly and there doing great.They are able to bath them,take them on walks,they come when called.They are like dogs now.They spoiled them so much.LOL Enjoy some pics.
Baby and Scruffty waiting for Ritz Crackers.
Scruffty begging for Ritz crackers from Mikey.
They were watching the football game with them.
Marcus holding Baby. One funny thing about them is they LOVE tomatoe sauce.Hope ya enjoyed life on our farm this weekend.Jen


Bunny Rose Cottage said...

This is the cutest post Jen!!!! I love those baby bunnies, I am baby talking to the screen to them, lol!! My bunnies always THINK they are pregnant and then pull there hair out and make a nest. You would think that would hurt!! Your boys are so cute, I bet it is just a blast for them on the farm! Myboys would love it!
Love you sweetie,

Mollye said...

Hi Jennifer I'm late for Pink Saturday visits, but had to comment on God's little creatures here. All four of my kids grew up with farm animals and I think it made them better people for it. Adorable pictures. Thanks for sharing, Mollye

Connie said...

Oooooo, they're adorable, sugar. But you treat them so well how could they ever want to leave???

Pearl said...

I just adore pigmy goats I so wish I had one. They are so adorable when I was young and married I had one and it to came in the house and was our pet. They are so much like a dog. I like the bunnies too.

vickie said...

Hi Jen, these pics are adorable! Bunnies are so cute! And the goats,
looks like they are enjoying the football snacks. Thanks for sharing, I love it.

Marilyn said...

K'uuuuuuuut animals! I saw your cat picture on your comment at Simply Dandy and just had to check out your blog. I have a cat pretty similar to yours.

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Oh how sweet~~both the baby bunnies and the goats! I didn't know goats like Ritz crackers. Hmmm...I must be part goat! LOL

Happy PS!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents

Say It With Roses said...

I wasn't sure at first if those bunnies were real....they are so tiny!
My daughter-in-law used to have a pet bunny and it was the sweetest!

Mary said...

What a cute post. I loved your photos. The boys are really doing a good job with their animals. I hope you are having a great Pink Saturday.

Lallee said...

How adorable are those bunnies! I just love the antics of goats. I could watch them all day long. I'd make pets out of them too ;-)

Shirl said...

Hello Jen ,your new little bunnies are adorable. Goats and so cute too.Adoable pics~
Love you, Mom
Shirls Rose Cottage