And the other night we attempted to give Annabelle Cheerios which mainly consisted of lining up 4 Cheerios on the tray of her high chair and staring at her. She'll eat them if we feed them to her, and she is able to pick them up one at a time, she just doesn't seem to understand that the Cheerios are food. But yet this same baby will pick up small pieces of gravel or dog hair and eat them. And if you are going to give me grief about having gravel and dog hair on my floor, please see my comment above regarding ants.
And just last night I had to pause the tv and end a phone conversation so I could watch Bryan feed cole slaw to Annabelle, which she loved and happily ate. So as you can see, I am very very busy.
So lets get down to business. The chickens. The chickens are getting a little nuts and we are patiently waiting for Bryan's busy season to wind down so he can complete the outside run. They are going to eat us out of house and home if we do not let them out to forage soon. We have access to to a fair amount of free bread so the chickens get bread along with their chicken feed each day and night as a special treat.
|He's standing on poor Flat Stanley, but it's such a great picture of how beautiful our little Black Star roosters are, I had to share it.|