Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Children's Chickens

My granddaughter LOVES my chickens. The moment she is here she wants to go to them. Oma they need feeding! Oma they need water. Oma we need to collect the eggs. It is non-stop.

She asked me in the winter if she could have chickens at her house. She lives on a few acres so the answer should be yes, but knowing my daughter the hens would have an early death from neglect.

One day while I was browsing Amazon.ca on-line.This is something I do and then order in books I think I might enjoy, and then order them in from the library. I stopped buying books years ago. I ordered in this book ( along with this book)Both wonderful books. But out of the first one I made these for granddaughter.
The hens along with their eggs.


Jane and Chris said...

Hahaha..your granddaughter reminds me of me when I was little. I would always be off feeding the chickens at my Grandmas...I would be told "Jane, don't feed the chickens" "Jane , don't feed the chickens" over and over as I just loved to feed them..I'm surprised they didn't explode!
Love the chickens you made, they are so cute!
Jane x

Paula said...

Ella loves your chickens! I do too.


Blessings said...

How Sweet for a Spring Day!!!

Gill - That British Woman said...

I think even I could look after those hens without too much trouble....they are so cute...


Janet said...

Great ideas ! I'm going to be a grandma for the first time this year - 2 grand babies due this year, so will be busy knitting/crocheting for babies.

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