I don't know whether to say 'you're welcome', or 'sorry'...I'm gonna go with you're welcome.
Last week we went with Amy and Maddie to Fosterfields Living Historical Farms and it was wonderful! I loved being at such a beautiful old farm, it had an Amish-like feel to it.
I was meant to live on a farm.
I absolutely LOVE chickens...we had pet chickens when I was younger...best thing was, we lived in a total residential neighborhood! Seriously, my parents got some baby chicks from where my brother worked, built a chicken coop and we lived blissfully with the "garbage disposals" in our backyard for quiet some time. Honestly not knowing it was, in fact, NOT okay to have them.
But we sure found out when we discovered that two of the chickens were, in fact, roosters and decided to let us...and the whole neighborhood....know that they were--at 5am. Oops.
Back to the farm, Aubrey was actually kinda in a decent, almost listening, mood. But of course that is when the girl becomes the biggest klutz and hurt herself over and over again. Wouldn't want to have a trip without mass amounts of crying, nope, that wouldn't do.
And her ultimate favorite were the lambs!
They could quiet possibly be the cutest things I have ever seen!
She needs to have a little alone time now and then.
But she always goes back to Maddie....like a moth to a flame(Friends anyone?!? Joey and his cherry lip balm??)
Annnnnd more alone time....
and crying....I think she wanted a stick Maddie had. Coveting seems to be the root of every 3 year old's problems.
Aubrey's second favorite, the baby chicks:)
I wanna convert this barn and live in it. LOVE!
Just a fabulous day all around(yes, I can still say that even after all those crying pictures of Aubrey)!