Monday, June 1, 2009

Here at last!

by Blossom and Fern

Aren't they so so SO cute? Introducing our six puffball Silver-Laced Wyandottes:




Rosemary (mostly known as Rosie)




Lisa@The Cutting Edge of Ordinary said...

Your puffballs are adorable. I had 2 when I was a little girl, their names were Sunshine and Lollipop, lol.

June said...

Oh, I love those names! The girls have been haggling about the names for months, but they had to let the chicks settle in before the could tell who was who...

Ellie Mae's Cottage said...

So cute! I just came across your blog and was poking around. I really like it! Love all the recipes! I printed them out so I can try them. I'll definitely be back for a return visit. -Jackie

The Hip Homemaker said...

I have two silver-laced wyandottes, along with my two easter eggers that are about a month old right now. I love watching them. Great blog, BTW!

Quinn Lavigne said...

they're so cute! can't wait to meet them!!

June said...

Welcome, Jacki! Thanks for your kind words. We love our simple food; hope you do too!

Hip Homemaker, your peepers are adorable. Love those sweet yellow easter eggers. Enjoy your blog too...

Sportslover, Get on out here, girl! They'll have wing feathers before you can say peep...

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

Oh my goodness! They are just too too cute! I'm really drawn to Poppy and that look of sweetness and terror! Darling - thanks for sharing the GREAT photos :-)

June said...

Oh, we do love Poppy's portrait too. It just says so much. Thanks for sharing our delight in our new babies, Colleen!

Beegirl said...

Hi June! Thank you for stopping by the "Burbs"!! So nice to meet you! Bees and chicks get along wonderfully!! Love your blog and your chicks are adorable!

June said...

Welcome, Beegirl! It's so great to have you over. Here's to learning about bees at your blog, so we can invite some to live here... Oh, my!

Linda said...

How adorable! Petunia's quite a sturdy wee thing, isn't she.

Heather said...

They are adorable. I have some that look just like that. I can't wait to see more about them!

Christina said...

So beautiful! My husband and I just built our ark, and I'm picking up our pullets on Saturday. I can't wait, and this made me even more excited. Thanks for sharing their portraits.

Flo said...

Beautiful! Our Partridge Wyandottes aren't brilliant layers but their beautiful plumage and hilarious antics more than make up for it...really love your blog, it's really inspirational :-) Flo

June said...

Linda, You're right. Petunia is sturdy, but getting less wee all the time. It's amazing how FAST they grow.

Heather, Of course I'm avidly following your babies, love them! Your goats too.

Christina, Welcome! I'm so excited you're getting your pullets this week. It is such an adventure. Can't wait to hear about chicken ranching California-style...

Flo, Our older SLWyandottes do a great job laying. We're eager to compare the new Rhode Island reds with them... I'm SO enjoying your blog. I can't believe you were able to weave your own bird-netting, brilliant!

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