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Ok so 5 hatched. 1 left with an external pip. 2 left that are do to hatch today. 5 ameracauna eggs left. Those 5 are due tomorrow...fl.gif
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Ok so 5 hatched. 1 left with an external pip. 2 left that are do to hatch today. 5 ameracauna eggs left. Those 5 are due tomorrow...fl.gif



Wahoo! Party with the peeps at Jens crib.(heehee j/k)
Edited by pipAchick - 6/15/16 at 7:03pm
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Ugh parenting question to room
AFTER 5warnings to get back in bed,when are we allowed to duct tape them in again?

Sigh.(i think I can,i think I can..)moving up the mountain
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Yer terrible! gig.gif

I have 18 EE eggs coming soon, so I had better be good for now. hide.gif

Be good....... Be good.... Be good..... barnie.gif

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Oh!
And, looky who hatched!

#2 is out.... Hatch is over now. yesss.gif

Congrats!!

 

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Ok so 5 hatched. 1 left with an external pip. 2 left that are do to hatch today. 5 ameracauna eggs left. Those 5 are due tomorrow...fl.gif

You're on a roll! Congrats!

 

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Ugh parenting question to room
AFTER 5warnings to get back in bed,when are we allowed to duct tape them in again?

Sigh.(i think I can,i think I can..)moving up the mountain

Roll em up in a blanket-burrito style!!!! LMAO

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You could get a big stone and rock them to sleep.  Just a thought!

 

Banty, what are the Legos for.....I hate Legos but if there's a good reason for them I might allow a few in my fort!! :/

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Wahoo! Party with the peeps at Jens crib.(heehee j/k)
Lol

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Ugh parenting question to room
AFTER 5warnings to get back in bed,when are we allowed to duct tape them in again?

Sigh.(i think I can,i think I can..)moving up the mountain
Can we do this with husbands as well lol just a thought lmao..
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Hey guys I got a bottle waterer this time with a chick nipple. How do I show the new hatchings how to drink from it? I've only ever had the basins. Thanks. smile.png
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Also for anyone that checks in the morning. I have 2 eggs that I've seen move around. They are both dark. One green and one brown. Also really thick. neither have an external pip. They were both due today. If they haven't pipped by tomorrow should I make a safety hole?
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Did the new hatchlings figure out that bottle yet Jen?
I haven't tried those yet I decided to 'save $' and hand feed/water a set of twins chicks(assumed they would die after some reading&video searches). To my surprise,we ended up taking turns for over two weeks(every two hours day&night)they finally caught-on themselves. Lived over 4weeks. Exact visual copies of one another! They where poisoned though&left us.
Two or 3of our hens lay a lot of double Yonkers. Can't find a valid explanation for it yet...
(probably the green ooze seeping up thru the sewer drains j/k,,TMNT fan)
Hear ya on those green eggs,my olive eggs are very ruff to candle! I'd start helping by noon if they aren't out, if your positive it's time. Weigh your pros&cons then commit&chip or get in the car&leave it be.

Let us know how they are doing.
Good luck🍀

Time to watch the cockerals crow! Wahooo!
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You could get a big stone and rock them to sleep.  Just a thought!

Banty, what are the Legos for.....I hate Legos but if there's a good reason for them I might allow a few in my fort!! hmm.png
They are great for putting the thermometers on to achieve the correct level of measurement. I like them because they are adjustable, cheap, and easy to clean. Besides, I figure it is time to make legos do some useful work in repayment for all the times humans have stomped on them! lau.gif
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