For over two years now, I have been sharing with you the rescue and restoration of our daughters’ playhouse that we have been doing alongside the rescue and restoration of our real 1893 farmhouse. I am happy to say that it is finally finished! So join us for a fall farmhouse tour of mini proportions…
Just because your little ones may be scared of the loud fireworks, or can’t stay awake past 8pm without a serious meltdown doesn’t mean they can’t celebrate Independence Day too. It just means you must find other ways to include your toddlers or preschoolers in the forth of July celebration. We are sharing a few 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.
Spring is one of our favorite times of year here at Bryarton Farm. Not only are the flowers blooming, but new life is springing up in the coop and the barn too! This spring tour of our farmyard is full of examples of how the Creator artfully breathes life back into the fields and paints our Read more
This is the second part of our series chronicling how we are putting together a good old fashion country picnic for our youngest daughter’s upcoming 1st birthday party. With this 3 post series we hope to give families creative inspiration on how they too can host events with farm-flavor and homegrown style. Just like in the olden days, you can welcome friends Read more
I know it’s not Christmas anymore. I also know that I promised a couple people I would talk about farmhouse style organizing, but I just had to share this instead. I hope these beautiful shots of our historic farmyard in the glittering snow make your day…