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Saturday, April 18, 2009

21 days and counting!

We brought home some new babies on Tuesday!

Here's the moms and daddy! Thanks for letting us incubate your little ones for you.

Here's the babies, all snuggled in their car seats. You don't want to wash all that goo off, or it can make them sick.

Setting up their new warm incubating home. We need water for moisture and don't forget to put the thermometer in there.


Here they are now, sunny side up! See the sunshines? The other side has moons. That is how we can keep track of turning them morning and night. We must keep a steady temperature.


Here's your covers and good night snug little chickies...we'll check back in with you soon!


5 comments:

Beth in IL said...

Too cute! I didn't know you did chickens...You are one surprising lady.

randi---i have to say said...

I would love to have chickens, but where we live it is not permitted. Lucky for me, I have a few friends who supply me with eggs. yeah!

Tonya said...

AAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWW.... I love the pics of your new babies! (Can't wait to see the followups from when they hatch, UM, I mean.. are born) O=-)

Our boys would be SOOOO JEALOUS!

stacy said...

wow! i had no idea you were expecting! ;o) what will you do with your chicks, is glenn building a coop?!? have fun!

your friend from Iowa said...

I hadn't checked your blog for awhile and just read the post with the bag with the upside down heart! I laughed out loud and am still laughing, I think I love it all the more since you POSTED it!! Life is great, ain't it? Love you!

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