Heeeyooo, Happy Monday!
I know Mondays aren’t always greeted with happiness but, recently I was reminded to stop thinking negatively or worrying about everything that could go wrong. Instead to think positively and look for the good things in everyday!
In our little town, there’s a church that puts up a new quote every week and last week’s quote read:
“Worrying is interested paid on a debt that never comes due…”
Ain’t that the truth, right!?! Nothing good comes from worrying and I’m a worrier, if one thing goes wrong, it’s like great…there goes the whole day, ha, but really it is such a minor thing to get worked up about.
I’m a work in progress, and man do I have a lot of things to work on, and I always will…
I don’t want this Monday’s post to be all heavy and stuff but, I thought I would share because this is a blog and blogs are meant for sharing! 😁
Ok, let’s get on with a little dairy life lately…
I love spending special time with my Brycee-Boy, it’s important for me to carve out time for just me and him since he is so patient.
One of the days last week, we took the John Deere Gator out for an evening cruise around the dairy.
Any farm kid knows that when you are young and you’re old enough, your job is to open the gates for your parents to drive through.
Naomi opens gates now too! 🙂
Heifers are very curious animals!
Our Little Tikes Slam n’ Curve Slide has been with us for going on 4 SUMMERS!!!
This thing has paid for itself over and over and over, now it is considered free play!
This is a summer staple that I recommend for any family with young kids. It will last if you take care of it!
I love this picture of Naomi that my Mom took, this showcases her personality!
The next few pictures are a random assortment of pictures taken all with in a few minutes of each, this is what everyone was doing on Thursday.
Bryce with his arsenal of little water guns-spraying everybody but, we really didn’t care because it was soooo hot and humid!
Mom watering & graining the calves.
The girls saying hi to some of the newest members of the dairy that were just born…
Dad at the end of the milking shift…
and Jer wasn’t home from work yet.
Our skies here is Southwest Missouri get painted with some of the most beautiful cloud formations!!!
Last week I shared a post all about Madison’s Quiet Time Backpack.
The girls filling their bird houses with seed.
Saturday we headed out bright n’ early to beat the heat & humidity to grab donuts and head to the park.
This park is really big and has a lot of things for the kids to play, this is their favorite park!
That was our little dairy life lately…
I hope you all are having a great summer and talk to you all soon,