The chickens would like to tell you good morning.
I kept her in a box next to me on the couch while I waited for her feathers to dry. She ate the food I brought her, drank some water, and finally pooped! TWICE!
If I'm this excited about chicken poop, you guys won't be able to stand me once this baby is born!
She curled up in her box and napped while I wrote some emails and surfed the web. I never thought I'd be one of those people that brings their chickens into the house, but she was freaking adorable napping next to me on the couch! Then, when her feathers were dry, we put her out with her sisters. She had perked up quite a bit by then and was running around the yard with them enjoying the last hour before sunset and chicky bedtime.
Today when I came out into the yard, all 6 girls were perky and pecking around for bugs. I was such a happy chicken mom!
Things I planted this weekend:
Red Bell Peppers