So, if you haven’t heard yet, I’ve started a new vlog.
We got kunekune piglets, and then had baby chicks, and we’ve got toddlers-preteens-roosters-chores-birthdays-almostadultkids… and more. And I want to get better at video editing, so I decided to dive right into this whole vlogging thing.
Here are the first FIVE episodes:
An intro to our mini-farm: you get to meet our new piglets, see the 2-day-old baby chicks, and get a view of our lives.
And what happens when I find out the piglets are lost?
I am so not a morning person… but I’m learning to love morning chores. Here’s why (hint: it has to do with having older kids):
Because we have a free-ranging flock, we’ve opted to keep roosters as protection for our girls.
Here’s how I tame them so that we actually ENJOY our roosters:
Parenting young adults is a totally different ballgame from young kids. Here’s something my counselor shared with me that is helping me process and transition into parenting adult children.
Also, Silas shows off his new garden:
***CUTE EPISODE ALERT!!!****
My mom might be the cutest person on the planet. She came for a visit and met her “grand-pigs”– and I reflect on some of the meaningful things I’ve learned from my parents and their interactions with me as an “adult child.”
I’m making these videos for my learning (about video editing/storytelling/timing/etc.), but obviously also so others can enjoy and learn alongside me as I process through life.
Grace & Peace,