After finishing his last day of residency, Jim hopped in the car and drove all of the way here. He got here at 5 AM, the crazy dude. We were SO excited to see him and show him around our new house. Ian helped me make this sign to hang on the mantle. The orange line was the longgggg way to New Hampshire, because it's a long drive to get here.
We adopted 9 chicks! They are about three weeks old now, but in this picture they were only days old. They still reside in our basement, though we have given them a couple of foraging forays in the run, and chirp all the day long. It's going to be strange not to have their presence in the house when they go into the coop in a few weeks!
We have attempted to hike a trail twice and finally think we know which way to go now! Haha! But what we've done has been so beautiful! This night was especially sweet when we went and ate dinner out of the back of the car, then hiked and sang songs together :)
This was such a fun musical to see with Ian! He skipped nap time, which made him look like he was absolutely miserable, but he soaked the entire thing in. And he followed the storyline just fine! Ever since, we've been singing a lot of songs from it and getting them to play on "Alexa." It's a joy to be able to experience the arts with him!
A boy and his net!