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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Guess where I went today?


A place with lots of peepers. I shall introduce them very soon. They are in need of a good photo shoot they are so darn cute!! I brought home two.

I know I gave away two last year and they went to an awesome home but now that we have the fencing all dialed in and the girls are no longer destroying my yard all day I thought I would bring the numbers back up. Plus, who could resist some chicks this time of year.

I brought home one of these...


And one of these...


Not sure how to load video from my phone onto this blog so you can head here to see and hear the sound of spring.


23 comments:

Cheapchick said...

If Tina Turner was a chicken she would be the one in the second picture!

Linda said...

What fun! Have a great evening!

Holly said...

YaaaYYY!! I'm so excited to see them. Babies, any babies, are alawys so fun. Pics soon please!

Rachy said...

Who can resist chicks! :D

Good luck with them xxx

Chenille Cottage said...

Just look at those peeps! I've gotta confess..I cracked up (pardon the pun)at first glance of your wild haired chicken!
What a hoot!
Thanks for sharing your chicklettes, Elaine.
Happy Easter!
Carolynn xo

Suzan said...

Elaine I have chicken envy! Can't wait to see the pictures
Suzan

Cindy said...

How exciting! I love new chick day and we will have one for ourselves in a few days:)

Kris said...

You did it!!! I am so happy for you!!! Can't wait to meet them. I haven't been to the feed store yet to get more chicks. I am going to though, as soon as I find the ones I want.
YEA!!!!
xo Kris

Linda W. said...

Ohhh... your chicken stories make me want to get some hens of my own. Can't wait to see pics of your new additions.

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME/Doublewide Decor said...

When I saw it on FB, I said to myself, that girl got more chickens!!

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Aw! those are looking pretty cute!
Mine are filling in with feathers...they aren't as cute right now.

:)

nancy said...

Congrats! Have you introduced new chickens to your existing flock before? It's a bit of a process...

NanaDiana said...

Awww...two new chickies to feather your nest! xo Diana

Echoes From the Hill said...

Is the one with the topknot a Polish Chicken?
My parents had Polish Chickens, but they were black with white topknots.
They were very docile and my then seven year old fell in love with one and used to walk around with "Stella" on her shoulder.
nancyr

Terri said...

I dearly love chickens--the wilder looking the better :)

Our Neck of the Woods said...

How exciting! Can't wait to see the photo shoot. I think we are going to add some more chicks this year as well.

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Can't wait to see the pictures of the babies!

Cozy Little House said...

For some strange reason that last chicken reminds me of Phyllis Diller. Remember her?
Brenda

Merlesworld said...

I do like the second one, I know some people like that and they are always fun.
Merle.........

20 North Ora said...

That second one is hilarious. What are you going to name her? It will have to be something special.

Happy Easter dear friend.

Judy

Debra @ Homespun said...

Ah more peeps! :)

Michelle said...

what kind of chicken is that?

pbrenner said...

I am having the hardest time *not* buying chicks this year - but I have 9 layers (6 just under a year old and 3 that are 2 years old) and I am almost overrun with eggs already, lol. But the little ones are so doggone cute, they're hard to resist. I can't wait to see pics of your peeps ...
Patty