Follow my life of knitting, karate, living gluten free and family!

Monday, August 8, 2011

N is for...

I really could not think of anything inspirational for me to dedicate the letter "N" to... I thought about doing "Needle Arts" but so much of my blog is about knitting with bits of crochet here and there that I couldn't think of anything new to say about it... other than that I love it, of course! My husband suggested the word "Nothing" and thought I should post that I really have nothing to say about the letter "N." That just made me feel sorry for the letter "N" and feel that I should write something... Then I thought I could write about "Nature" since I am the Nature Specialist at camp and I can post more pics of my animals... So, here you are - a pic showing how big my ducks are now:

Ducks in water

They are losing their down and actually have feathers now!

Ducks grew!

Here is a really cute picture of my piglets snuggling in a hole they dug in their pen and covered themselves up with tree roots! Enjoy!

Piglets dug a hole to sleep

The lid in the background has formula in it because they drink the bottle so fast and scream for more so loud that it became easier to let them just drink it out of the bowl/lid. That way I can mix about 5 bottles full and they just drink it all up without crying and carrying on.

Here is Charlotte, being held by my husband:

Bry & Charlotte

And here is Penelope:

Bry & Penelope

So, for more ABC posts, please visit Charlotte!!


  1. Aww! I love your animals! I used to have ducks and chickens when I was 15+, and I can't wait to move back to the country so I can keep them again. :D

  2. I love ducks, there are 27 (no really!) that hang out by boyfriend's flat waiting to be fed *laughs*

    Cute photos :)

  3. Oh, those piggies. I love piggies of all sizes. I envy you so much for being able to look after these darlings.

  4. Those pigs are very cute. The ducks too. I'd like to hear more about your camp.

  5. Omgoodness! Those piglets are just too cute!!

  6. Thanks!! It's just a regular day camp but it has a lot of great activities - there's a pond (where my husband works) for boating and fishing and I, of course, do the nature area with the petting zoo and pony rides and hikes and things like that... there are a ton of sports activities as well and activities for the kids as well as swimming instruction too.

  7. WOW!!! I can't imagine 27 ducks!!! That's crazy!!