Monthly Archives: March 2011

The older you are, the more heat lamp you get.

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When farm life and technology collide…

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Just when I was about to post some entertaining filler…

… Junie changed my plans and got very, VERY busy! I had hoped she would deliver this morning, but she’s really an overachiever. Anna checked on Junie before she left for school at about 6:15¬†and reported that there wasn’t much … Continue reading

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Angel Acres Welcomes Willy and Lily!

As Nature is so prone to doing… she has made a fool of me. Yesterday, at almost the precise moment I posted about the girls’ boredom waiting for their babies to come… Tina was giving birth to Willie… a mere … Continue reading

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The Bored and the Beautiful

Today is the day before Tina’s “official” due date. Junie was bred within just a couple days of her so I decided to pen them both up… besides, they’re inseparable. It would be cruel and unusual to keep them apart … Continue reading

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I’m prepared… but am I ready?

I’m like an expectant father running out of things to do to keep myself busy while I wait for my wife to give birth. This is kind of ridiculous, but I don’t know how to make it stop. I have … Continue reading

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