As the weather warms up, we shift from focusing on the kitchen to the exterior of the farmhouse. We are also welcoming many new members to our farm family, and enjoying the beauty of spring in the country. So this week we are sharing a fun Video Tour of the farm in all its spring splendor, Read more
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.
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
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…
If you have been following our Bryarton Farm journey, you know that we have been working on the farmhouse restoration constantly. We have been needing some time away from it all, so we decided take some time to just enjoy being together on a beautiful fall day. We hope that this post inspires you to spend Read more
For Camdyn’s 4th birthday party we knew that the perfect location would be the Deanna Rose Farmstead. Cute farm animals, impeccable 1800s inspired design, and hands-on activities make it our favorite place to go as a family! So come join the party and get a tour of this incredible venue…
Last summer, we were so excited to welcome our very first Bryarton-born farm animal. A single fuzzy chick was the adorable, yet pitiful part of our first attempt to raise our own “livestock.” As hobby farmers who both grew up in the country but had spent most of our adult life in the big city, Read more
Last year on Father’s Day, I wrote about some big ideas that I feel are vital to being a good father. This year’s Father’s Day thoughts are focused on my struggles in balancing work with my relationships to my children.