I hope that I am embedding memories in his little mind that will stay with him for a lifetime. These times are precious to me. I want him to have the love of the land that my grandfather gave to me.
This smile is absolutely priceless, but his next question was, " Nannie, why is it not growing yet?" Patience my sweet child, patience......
Can't hardly wait myself for that tator to start sprouting, just to see the look on his face, but I know that he will want to dig it immediately so he can eat them. Our next project with him is gonna plant tators in hay with him in the greenhouse, and see what the results will be.
The tiny seeds are really starting to come up without any heat in the greenhouse yet, just relying on the sun right now to do all the growing. I think there are millions of cabbage plants in one tray. What fun that will be transplanting all of them into 6 packs!
Here is one of the calves that we bottle fed, being turned out into the pasture at the barn. They sure have grown alot, just look at that little white heart on his head, He should have been a heifer. Josh and Becky are working on the fence in the background so they can turn their horses out.