|Jimmy building the coop. Seth helped. Kind of.|
|This is the day we brought the ladies home. Happy kids, happy chicks!|
So our new chicken coop is cute. It's very functional as well, but dang cute. It matches the barn. Jimmy worked his guts out, and ended up with a coop fit for 11 lovely ladies. Now getting our ladies was a treat too. My brother Josh told us who to call, but didn't mention that the people we were buying from were polygamists. In his defense the chicken people delivered Josh his chickens. We went to their farm to get ours, and yep--------polygamist for sure. Do you know how I could tell? Well when you ask if 2 little boys are twins and the answer is, "Oh no. This brother's birthday is in Sept. and the other brother's is Dec." you know you've met a polygamist. They know how to round up the chickens though:)
|I LOVE this picture. You can see just how excited and proud Jimmy was of his new coop. I love it!|
1 c. flour
1 c. milk
1/4 c. butter
In a 9x13 inch pan place the butter and put in a preheating oven. Watch so that your butter doesn't burn, but is completely melted. In a bowl combine the milk, flour and eggs, and mix until smooth. Pour into the 9x13 inch pan and return to a 425'F oven for 20-25 minutes. My kids fight over the puffy edges. I serve with apple pie filling, or buttermilk syrup, or any other syrup or fruit of choice. I thank my chicks daily!