Bankhead Adventures

04 November 2010

Farmer's Work Ethic

Every chance they get, Amy and Paul attempt to teach their children how to work by assigning them farm chores. As part of this program, Sadie recently had charge of several baby chicks. Unlike her brother, she was not skittish around the animals and nearly mauled several small fowl. But she succeeded in her task of keeping them in their pen, and no complaints have been filed by the chickens.



  • Chicken farmer Sadie or Chicken farmer Bankhead. Either one has a nice ring to it, don't you think?

    By Blogger lauridawn, at 1:00 AM  

  • Make sure the chicks don't have a laywer.

    By Blogger bjahlstrom, at 8:08 AM  

  • Cool post, Amy. I have similar goals with Logan. While we don't live on a farm, we did buy a house with a great big garden area. I am raising a boy, not vegetables. I'll let you know how it went in 15years.

    By Blogger Teacher Mama, at 5:07 PM  

  • Dad said, "That's how you get the eggs out--you squeeze 'em."

    By Blogger Michemily, at 6:31 PM  

  • that's one thing i really like about living here--we live really close to several working farms. we've been to visit a few and my girls always leave saying, "maybe i'll only have one horse, instead of 5--they're A LOT of work."

    By Blogger jamie, at 9:18 AM  

  • This is my computer wallpaper in Computer Tech. I think people think some crazy, random child is on my computer...

    By Blogger Heidika, at 10:05 PM  

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