Sunday, July 13, 2008

Sunday Chores









11 comments:

Lib said...

This Post is just too cute!
Hope you have a great wk.
Blessins,Lib

goatgirl said...

I think I am enjoying your grandkids as much as you are. OK that's a stretch but I am getting a kick out of them. You are making lifetime memories.

dool said...

such lovely pictures of life on a farm, love the captions too!

Stephanie said...

summer and kids what could be better

JoyceAnn said...

Looks like you kept the Grands busy ~~~ a little work never hurt anybody , my GrandDaddy used to say. I'm thankful , he taught me that and your GrandKids will be thankful one day too.

~ Blessings ~
JoyceAnn

s.m. said...

this is really fascinating congratulations very very good blog

Lisa "Oceandreamer" S. said...

things are always hoppin' at the Homestead. I just know these visits with grandma are some very special memories these kids are accumulating. (chores or not). They are learning so much about animals and cooperation and doing for themselves. All in the midst of the menagerie and your love! Now that's a good summer for kids I think!
As usual you are busy busy busy....and new births right and left.
Have you perfected bottling your energy to sell yet?
I've been bad about commenting on blogs but trying hard to get at it again.
I have a new blog home, I hope you'll stop by some time!!
Love and hugs,
Lisa
XOXO

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Have your grandchildren threatened to check out the child labour laws in your state yet?

Juli said...

I think a day on the homestead is equal a whole year of public school. What they're learning and experiencing is worth so very much.

Good on ya ! :)

Nancy said...

Loved the pics AND the captions! What an education you are providing for your grandchildren! So good for children to learn how to care for animals properly. Plus, I'm sure they were having fun at the same time, too!

Really a great post!!!

(((HUGS)))

The W.O.W. factor said...

I love this! Seeing the grandkids having fun even while working! What an experience you are giving them! Too bad more kids in the world couldn't share the same!
I've enjoyed your blog and will come back shortly to finish reading more!