Hens

Part of our morning routine involves letting the hens out to free range in the garden.  We open up all the gates and bring them in late afternoon.  Little Blossy and her Henny Penny are inseparable at the moment.  This poor hen is carried around like one of her dolls, pushed in the pram and forced to take part in imaginative play All. The. Time.  I suspect Blossy is going to pine for Miss Henny Penny when school starts this week and we will have a much loved hen who will wonder where her playmate is.

Two more days friends.  Two more days until my littlest babe is a school girl.

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2 Comments

  1. Kirsty

    Poor mother hen will find it the hardest, letting that little chick go on her own adventures. My last starts kinder this year, after that an end ofmore than a decade of kids at home, will be very strange in the nest.

  2. Lisa

    I’m feeling emotional for you reading this, and wishing you lots of luck today x

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