Home here too after dropping chicks off to my mom and showing off the chicks we brought back.
For the life of me I can't remember who my oldest bought that frizzle from, with his own money so I couldn't be held responsible. The same kid that grumped and groaned about "Why do we have to go to this chicken thing!?"...yep, even he wasn't immune.
That crazy chicken rode on his lap the whole 2 hour drive home.
Actually all my boys had a chicken on their lap on the way home.
M2 - I'll have you know that Isaac, the middle kiddo, claimed the uggo. He calls it his vulture chicken and named it Drako...It's probably a boy so I'm sure the name will be fine. Lol Drako rode home on Isaac's lap and the dark brown chicken rode on Austin's lap. They are in chicken love. They could NOT stop talking about Chimi either. "Mom did you see the SIZE of that chicken!" haha
They were also impressed with a jersey giant cockerel they saw too. Man was that thing big!
Raz - Jacob(my son that was with me when I bought it) said your honey is the best he's ever had.
OH! And I actually ended up with one of Glambka's eggs! I was even called near the end. Couldn't believe it. It's beautiful.
We really had a fantastic time. The kids enjoyed playing in the creek, playing with water balloons, all the amazing food! I enjoyed getting to talk in real life with a lot of you! I know I didn't get to see everyone there but I tried to make my rounds! Can't wait for next year!
Originally Posted by Mom 2em All
Just unpacked the truck...and no turkeys in there
Though, Robin tried HARD to get one in there.
It was absolutely wonderful to meet new friends and see old friends and put faces to names :)
Thank you all for a wonderful time!
My hubby had a good time too- he agrees that all my chicken friends are great people.
I only came home with a rabbit...
Of course, having my hubby there as my adult supervision helped.
Kayla is mad I didnt bring home the angora bunny she loved.
Did I mention I HAD self-control (with help)????
Think I should let hubby know we have eggs in the incubator on the table, yet?