Guess what??

Yep!!  Mrs. Potts hatched her babies!!
Of course, as usual, they are completely adorable.  There looks to be seven in all this hatch, and everyone is doing great.  It always amazes me how tiny bantam babies are.  So, so cute!
I will be looking for homes for these chicks and Mrs. Potts' last brood as well (in the future) in order to make room for more chicks next spring.  Chickens are so much fun, and sharing them is even better!!
Mrs. Potts' last brood, getting big!
Special thanks also to Lizzy at the Considerer for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award.  Very kind of you, Lizzy!

I hope you all have a wonderful day!!  I plan on getting better pictures of Mrs. Potts and her brood when she decides to venture outside.

Comments

  1. They're ADORABLE! Wow. I have a huge case of chick envy now :)

    And you're quite welcome.

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    1. They really are. So cute I just want to squeeze them, but they are much too small for that lol!

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  2. Soooooo sweet!!! As soon as I get back to Fayetteville, I'm gonna invite myself over for a visit!

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    1. Haha you should! And I would totally fix you up with some chickens to take home. XD

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    1. I know! Ahhh I can hardly stand it.

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  4. Woohoo! So excited that Mrs. Potts has her chicks! They are adorable! Congrats, Mrs. Potts!

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    1. Yes, a big congrats to Mrs. Potts!! These make her the mother of 17 chicks total over her lifespan, and many more to come I am sure!

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  5. They're so FLUFFY!!! (Sorry, couldn't resist..)

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    1. I KNOW!! I can't resist either, it's okay lol!

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  6. Awwww...they're adorable!! That's amazing!

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