I love it! And I'm sure the process is definitely as much of a miracle as getting chocolate milk from them. ;)I may be consulting you for gardening tips. The previous owners of our house built four raised beds, and I'm anxious to use them but also nervous about killing everything I plant! Flowers I can do, but I'm a newbie with veggies.
That's histarical! :)
That's a silly question. .....all you do is tie the bag around their heiney. It makes it a lot easier than following them around all day trying to catch it in the bag mid-air. Next question.
Bethany! Beautiful blog, gorgeous kiddo's! Can't wait to read more when I can sit down for a bit... Thanks for stopping by and please let me know if you want to borrow my Beco. Such a pleasure meeting you the other night. I fell asleep thinking of 4 letter names;)
Ha Ha! Love it! Liv got to go with Jeff to pick up a bucket load from a place just outside of Billings. It was a good 5 minute rush to explain that she and daddy got "horse poop and cow poop for garden " It also was pretty silly to her. :)How many more weeks/days to you get to meet your new little girlie?Barbi--do you take other people's kids questions too? :)
Absolutely hilarious!! I think Barbi has it all figured out!! :)
Oh YES, I definitely think the chocolate-milk-cows must be the smart ones that poop in the bags. And Barbi, you are SO HIRED for future questions. :) I'm thinking we need a forum here!
Oh, and when will we meet sweet little girlie? Officially, 8 days, you know, give or take a week. :)Due date: May 3rd.
hahaha!!! Bring em on!