They're so cute! Three of them look like auracana's for sure. Can't wait to see them!
oh my gosh! soooo cute! congratulations on your new babies Laurie!
Laurie those are so special, thank you for sharing them.
Oh, how cute! I'd love to try and get mine to hatch eggs, but we still have no rooster. I love to hear a rooster crow, but for some reason Randy doesn't want a rooster! That would be rewarding to raise your own itty bitty chicks! karen
oh laurie they are so sweet and so fragile...love the pictures...especially the b&w look...it just gives them so much more detail...
oh they are so cute! the girls would love to make a field trip. you let me know when is good for you. i'm so excited to see them. we've been thinking about getting some ourselves.
Oh my goodness, they are so adorable I ALMOST want some! Great shots Laurie!
Congratulations! We know you will spoil them rotten!
That is the sweetest thing I have seen in a long time -- thanks!!Bonnie
they are sooo adorable!!!
how cute are these? I love this!ps. thanks for visiting my necessary room today. i have an open door policy so feel free to drop by anytime.one love.
don't show this to jermonne he will cry his eyes out!! I love the black and white photos and the shaped-like-his-egg baby... that is just the sweetest fluff ever! they seem to all have zebra stripes.... adorable!
If those are not the best pics ever, priceless!! Blessings, Janna
Hi, I followed you from Christine LeFever's blog. Your new babies are so cute and sweet! We live in Idaho, and have family in OR and WA. Is your Barn House an annual event? I may have to ask to be dropped off on our way to visit the family!
Laurie!!! Your girls did so good, their babies are adorable. Love your pics too.~Jennifer
i love your beautiful blog. just found you today. we just got chickens this spring, and we are having so much fun with them. i also love to can and sew. i will be back to see what you are up to!
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