Friday, October 30, 2009

New Life in the meadow










New life is bursting everywhere down in our meadow. Our hands are fill with love as we gently hold our new Angora bunnies.(All 17!). I do not think that you could experience anything more soft and cuddly. Little Noodle the Poodle is growing in leaps and bounds. She really is a gorgeous little puppy and has us in stitches most of the time..Our Farmyard boy just loves his chickens and especially loves to feed and collect the morning eggs. The baby silky chicks are running around as if they own the farmyard. Our orchard tree branches are bending carrying all their off spring. It truly is a thriving little place.

A happy weekend to you all

15 comments:

Linda said...

Beautiful Sue, so beautiful...

Jessica said...

What a beautiful gate! I love the combination of stone & wood.

And, of course...what adorable bunnies!

Tammy said...

Aaaah...big wistful sigh...I'd love to spend a day at your home.

Deb said...

Those baby bunnies are just the cutest!

Enjoy!

valariebudayr said...

Hi Suzanne,Everything is coming alive so wonderfully there. I've never seen a baby angorra. How cute and your farmer boy looks like a professional with his chickens.
Life is going inside here as fall continues and winter is approaching quickly. Happy Weekend to all of you.

Amanda said...

oh my goodness, that is the sweetest thing I've ever seen! What a blessed family to grow up with such loveliness!

Blessings
Amanda

Amber said...

Oh those bunnies. Melting over here, they are so precious.

Grace said...

The bunnies are cute but I'd love one of those peaches! Here in the US the peaches are out of season.

Nicole said...

incredible beauty in your orchards and all around you! the new bunnies are so very sweet!!!

Beth said...

Oh, those soft, sweet, tender little babies! So touching! Beth

Lisa said...

oh, so precious are those little baby bunnies!

lisa

Naturalearthfarm said...

It is quite amazing to think that you are entering a season of new birth as we are entering the quite, closing in time of autumn and then winter.
Those babies are so neat and 17! What beauty.
Warm wishes.

Nicole said...

Dear Suzanne,
I just showed my daughter these photos of your tiny new bunnies : )
She has been very much so in love with bunnies since last year when we found a newborn bunny in one of our fields struggling to survive. We nurtured it back to health and my daughter set it free once again. It was truly a moment she will never forget! Your home and gardens are always stunning!

renee ~ heirloom seasons said...

Oh my, such tiny little bunnies! I just love your chickens, and I really want to walk through that gate!

Jenn said...

I just wonder how you keep them alive. My bunny had two litters. The first litter was fully formed and they died. I don't know why...is the male supposed to be separated from the female? Maybe he killed them?

Her second litter came too early and was not fully formed. It was really disturbing. Any advice would be appreciated.