I've got folks coming in for a visit next week so I will try to do as much updating as I can in this week so that I can enjoy our guests next week. First, our kitchen project is making incremental progress! The sink is finished being restored! Before And after! So when I brought … Continue reading Homestead Update
Wow. Allow me to pause for a moment to let my head stop spinning. Ok. It has been a whirlwind couple of days for us. We had a few fellas from church come out to help us put in the new floor. But what they actually did surpassed even my wildest expectations and honestly I'm … Continue reading Homestead Update and Kitchen Remodel Progress
Long time, no blog. I thought it was time for a WHL update. First things first, I'm unexpectedly expecting...again... Just when I convince my self that one toddler is enough to keep me on my toes, God once again finds a way to keep me humble and remind me that even though my plans were … Continue reading UPDATES!
Miss Maggie Moo is almost 4 months old today and I noticed that she's been grooming an awful lot more than usual. So, I decided to harvest her wool. She is an English Angora so you're supposed to be able to just pluck out their loose wool as they "blow coat" every 3-4 months. I … Continue reading Maggie’s First Harvesting
I really wish I innately knew things about all the things I'm trying to learn. Miss Maggie Moo hasn't been having "normal" bunny poops. For more info on that subject, check out this site. There are no signs of wool block or parasites, so my concern is mild. So according to that aforementioned website, it … Continue reading Moving Maggie
Litter box training is so simple with rabbits it's virtually effortless. Here are the steps I used to train Miss Maggie. 1.) Assemble Litter Box- I took a standard size cat litter box and added 1 inch of Oxbow Naturals Comfort Blend bedding to the bottom. On top of that, I placed a layer of … Continue reading How I Litter Box Trained My Rabbit in a Week
Healthy animals don't have to be expensive animals.