Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Good Night

Good night Juliet

Good night Harry and Harriet

Good night ladies and gents

Good night Sister Sister

Good night boys and girls

Good night Moon!


SHARON said...

My friend has chickens that hatched late summer, around the first of Sept. When will they lay, next spring or later?

Peggy said...

Sharon, chickens usually start laying around 6 months of age. So around March they should start laying. She can start feeding them cracked corn or laying mash in Feb to bring their body temp up to want to lay.

Paula said...

Nice family you have there! And I'm kicking myself for missing your drawing. I take a little break from blogging and this is what I get. :( Someone will really enjoy your goodies, though.

Marci said...

You ought to write a book!!! =) I missed your drawing. Man, that was a wonderful prize too. Oh well, maybe next time.

miss*R said...

night Diva, night Peggy, night John-boy xoxo

FarmHouse Style said...

I love to watch my chickens go to roost at night. I marvel at their internal clock that motivates them to retire as the light begins to fade. As they snuggle up the sounds of mutted clucks and purrs is like they are bidding good night to one another. It is such a calming sound.

Rosa said...

That is my all-time favorite kid's books. How sweet they all look preparing for bed. xo

Baba/night owl said...

Peggy, You sound like me telling all of the Family { birds } good night..My Sun Conure repeats after me and says "nite".. " nite " cute.The birds go to bed by 7pm to get their beauty sleep of 12 hours.

SHARON said...

Thanks Peggy, I love your blog.