A Few of my Favorite Things: Cooking Edition

Not long ago one of my dear friends asked me what my favorite kitchen tools were. I honestly didn’t know what to tell her. I had a few must haves that instantly popped into my mind but I had to think about it a bit more to decide on the rest. Luckily as a frequent …

My Favorite Things: Our Favorite Baby Items For The Farm

As a new mother to baby number two I am suddenly reminded that life as a farmer, farm wife, work professional and mother of two is not so easy. We are constantly on the go so our baby is in turn then on the go with us. When I started this journey as a mother over …

Doctors Appointments vs. Vet Visits

Earlier this week as I waited in the doctor’s office for one of my last prenatal appointments I began to realize just how nice Telegram, cow #120 has it! I may be feeling like I’m the size of the cow but it’s nothing the same!  While I wait hours to see the doctor she gets …

FINALLY An Update on the Babies Arriving in September

I had big plans on doing monthly updates on my pregnancy along with one of our favorite cows, cow #120, Telegram. You can read about the pregnancy announcements here. But then I started another part-time job and well taking care of a toddler and managing a farm took over and I had no time! My apologizes! …

10 Ways My Second Pregnancy Differs From My First Pregnancy

Sorry gang, but I haven’t been sharing a lot about my pregnancy. Turns out with a new job, a dairy farm, caring for the finances of said farm, graphic design business, an almost two-year-old, a house to care for, a garden to tend to, and requiring some sleep I just haven’t had the time to blog about the pregnancy …

More Than Just an Anniversary

Today, July 21st, marks Clayton and I’s four-year wedding anniversary. Within those four years I moved to the farm, we began farming as partners with his grandparents, obtained our first joint dog, had a beautiful daughter, will welcome a mystery child in September, purchased the cattle and equipment from his grandparents leading to farming on our own, have created a …