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Discussion in 'Family Life - Stories, Pictures & Updates' started by Chickangel79, Oct 5, 2011.
My niece and nephew testing out the new facilities !!
Awe! If they stay ther for any amount of time, I'M PRETTY SURE they'll have poop on their behinds!
Quote:That was my exact thought too!
They are adorable though!
Lol, I did tell them when the chickens move in they must not do that lol. I have a high latch on the gate to the run so they can't get in when the 58 girls and boys test it out.
I am so happy with it, we have been building for 5 days straight to make this new coop. My OH has been wonderful and totally understands chicken math !!
ETA: we were also building in the hottest 3 days of October ever lol.
The children are adorable!! So innocent looking! I hafta wonder what they were up to, lol. Wonderful picture!
This is such a strange question and totally off topic, what does "OH" mean?? Is that like DH for dear hubby (or when he's been really annoying darn hubby?) I thought maybe it meant our hubby... I know that the phrase our is common in England... (as in "our mikey" or our whatever... I've wondered...)
They are such cheeky children ! I use OH for 'other half' we are not married
Love it! Thanks so much.
I think you should make house chickens out of em... They're too cute to hide in a coop!
Quote:Thanks, they are cute !! If I left them any longer in there I am sure George would be roosting and Poppy would be making herself a nice straw bed!
My sister and I live very close to each other and George often likes to be in the coop and collect eggs, he takes the frizzle eggs home for lunch !!
Poppy is a bit scared if they make a noise but does laugh at them !