Sunday, December 11, 2011
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Saturday, November 19, 2011
After 11 long weeks, our family has finally chosen a name for our new puppy! His name is "Denver"! Daddy couldn't live with "Rango" and Mommy's favorite ("Dash") was eliminated out of fears he would get called "Dasher", like the reindeer! The poor guy has no idea WHO he is right now, so I just hope we can quickly acclimate him to his new name!
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The puppies are now 6 weeks old and sadly, it's time to begin the marketing campaign to find their forever homes. I'm a little late in posting my "sales pitch" because we've had such a difficult time picking out our own puppy-a testimony to the wonderfulness of the entire litter! As of this moment, there are 6 boys left and the price is $300.00 each. Puppies are not AKC registered. Please pass this along to anyone you know who might be searching for a family pet or hunting dog! This highly desirable mix goes for $500 and up so grab one while you can!
1/2 Golden Retriever-1/2 Yellow Lab Puppies For Sale! "Golden Labradors"-Seward, Nebraska
Our dog, Daisy, is the best family dog EVER! She's a very calm, loving, tolerant and easily trained animal. She is the very essence of the Golden Retriever breed. She is submissive, but not fearful. She is confident, but not dominant. We have five children (11, 9, 7, 3.5 and 18mo.) so she and her puppies are exceptionally well socialized! The father is Hunter, a Yellow Lab owned by our friends and neighbor two doors down. Hunter is an incredibly athletic animal who loves to play fetch, swim and dock jump! Also an amazing family dog, Hunter is easily trained and eager to learn new tricks! With these genetics you are guaranteed a very special pet. Daisy and her puppies have only been fed a 100% all-natural diet free of corn, wheat, soy, rice, potato, tapioca and gluten! Nature's Logic is also free of preservatives, artificial flavorings and colorings and has no man-made, chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals or amino acids. A PERFECT START FOR YOUR PERFECT PET! The puppies are ready to leave on or after November 1st and will have all shots, de-worming and dew claws removed. Call 402-643-9803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more pictures or to set up a visit.
Clicking on the name below will take you to a gallery of just that puppy.
"Lime"-SOLD Brecksville, Ohio-"Ernie"
"Black Paws"-SOLD Kent,Ohio-"Brady"
"Blue" SOLD-Columbus, OH-"Gabe"
"Red Paws" SOLD-Columbus, OH-"Bailey"
"Black"-We're Keeping- "Denver"
"Big Red" SOLD-Suffern, NY "Biscuit"
"Pink"SOLD-Mansfield, Ohio "Rosemary"
"Camo" SOLD-Fairlawn, Ohio-"Buddy"
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Thursday, August 11, 2011
We just completed the horse riding portion of this year's county fair. The weather was beautiful and everyone had a blast! Seward's county fair only offers two English riding classes so both girls decided to don some Western riding gear and participate in the Western classes and games. Both horses and girls were a "bit" confused at times, but overall they were really glad they participated. The most complicated part of switching back and forth is the steering because in Western you "neck rein" (one handed) and in English you "direct rein"(two handed). Gracie and Gemma earned ribbons of all colors throughout 14 different classes so while they didn't take all blues and purples, both kids and horses learned a lot! Here are a few of my favorite shots or click HERE for all of Day 1 and HERE for all of Day 2!
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Sunday, July 24, 2011
My little storm chasers camped out on Grandma and Grandpa's lawn this evening to witness quite an amazing storm cloud display. We kept checking our phones but there were no tornado warnings so we hopped in the car with Uncle John to get a closer view. Before we knew it, the mountain of clouds was right on top of us!
Thanks to Mark and Liz Owens for sharing their delicious sweet corn! This was Nyla's first time to try it and she absolutely loved it! After we pried Grandma's piece out of her hands, she enjoyed two more of her own. Oh, and that's her new bike helmet. She wouldn't take it off so I just left it on her all afternoon! The way she climbs, I'm thinking we might just make it part of her daily attire.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Aunt Karen, Patty and I traveled all the way to Lincoln with the horse trailer today to buy Nyla a new horse! Haha!!! Well, we actually went to look at a real horse but first stopped off to pick up a "Today's Kids Rock-n-Bounce Pony" I purchased for Nyla on Craig's List. Couldn't pass pass up the photo op!
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
I am wondering if in 10 years I will have a brain left to ponder life with 5 children at this stage. I was solo at bedtime tonight because Scott had to help put up hay at the farm. Within a 5 minute period, Nyla needed a diaper change, jammies on, bottle made, story read and put to bed, Marshall needed a bath and stories, Gemma wanted a cut on her finger boiled out with hydrogen peroxide (which had me worried because a farm cat scratched her pretty deep), Gracie was waiting for me to get her some Mucinex(she has me worried with a wet cough), and Luke comes into the room screaming at the top of his lungs that his eyes are burning and he can't see! Seriously??? What could be in his eyes that could be burning so bad?? Oh but wait! He and Marshall just finished playing with two slimy tree frogs on the back deck! As the burning became worse instead of better, I started to wonder if I should take him to the ER or first try to Google whether the slime on a tree frog would irritate your eyes. For a moment I thought my head would surely explode! But in the end, Luke's eyes stopped stinging, Gemma's finger got rinsed, Gracie got her Mucinex, and Nyla and Marshall got to bed with no stories. I just don't remember how!