I (Becca) love to knit. I taught myself to knit over 10 years ago and I love making things. I set a goal this year to finish projects before starting more knitting. It’s a tough goal for me because I love variety in my work. At the same time, it’s helping me to get those sweaters and socks and more from “just a few more stitches” to “ready to wear.”
Tonight, I sewed the buttons on this sweet purple cardigan. It has an argyle pattern and a cute hood. Kevin brought out my other completed baby items. Together, there is a tiny collection of baby clothes.
I can hardly wait for the day I can slip these items onto our sweet baby. Each of these was made with so much love and hope for the future. I hope our new baby feels that love each day.
It’s kidding season on the farm. One of our goats, Cinnamon, has twin baby goats last night—one boy and one girl.
I (Becca) love the goats and having the farm. The kids are learning so much and growing stronger physically all the time. This morning Kate, 3, carefully watched the goat babies to make sure they nursed well. She even chased off our tiny puppy to protect the babies. I love seeing her grow and learn about life on the farm.
Owen (6) loves to give farm tours and desperately wants to learn to milk the goats. I plan to teach him this summer when he’s out of school.
Your baby will join a family that loves adventure, values hard work, and spends time enjoying nature both on the farm and in the woods.