This spring has been a season of growth for us, not just in the usual sense of blooming flowers, but also in the size of our farm family. Last week I shared the cute little pony that Camdyn had finally saved up enough for. This week it’s Avonlee’s turn to share her new farm animals…
Camdyn has been praying for a pony for a long time, so we feel very blessed to share this—the story of how God has answered her prayer with the perfect fuzzy friend.
We have been hard at work on our little farm.
When people ask me if we have a kitchen yet, it’s hard for me to explain why the answer is still no. It’s not as simple as it might seem. When you are on a budget and trying to fit working on your house into an already busy life, it can be a bit Read more
You don’t have to actually live in a farmhouse to add farmhouse style to your home. I think the home-spun farm look has become popular lately because of the nostalgia attached to living the simple life in the country. No matter where you live or what your budget, you can inject a bit of farmhouse Read more
It is cold and brown on our little farm. Knowing that spring is still several months away makes working and playing indoors seem like a prison sentence, especially to our girls. We talk of our plans and dream of spring to help the time pass more quickly. However, there was a bit of sunshine today, Read more
At the beginning of a new year everyone’s mind turns thoughtfully to changes they want to make in their lives. So we wanted to start 2017 off with a look at the biggest life-changing decision we ever made—moving across the country to fix up an 1800s farm as a studio for our artistic ventures without knowing Read more
Every year we like to spread a bit of Christmas cheer by sharing our first snow with you. There is something miraculous about the effect those crisp white flakes have on our farm. This year’s first snow held many special moments that we will never forget…
I have told my hubby that all I want for Christmas is a kitchen for three years now! Though working on the structural damage on our farmhouse is not fun, we can finally see that our kitchen project is gaining traction! I probably won’t get a completely finished kitchen this year, but check out all the Read more
Though “Saftey” isn’t the most exciting subject in the world it is a very important part of restoring an old farmhouse. We don’t have the luxury of living off site, so today we just want to share a few of the steps we take to protect our family while living in a construction zone. The only reason this is Read more