Monthly Archives: March 2011

Kid stories! (musical interlude)

Now is the time on the blog for Kid Stories. People LOVE to hear stories about other people’s kids! I know this to be true for a FACT! Here is a story about Molly Mae Teter.  She is my kid. … Continue reading

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The worst $30 I ever spent

Did I tell you that we killed a goat? We have a record of 1-1 when it comes to keeping goats alive on the Teter Homestead. (The other, more alive goat is the one with her head in the feed bag. Yikes! Dangerous! … Continue reading

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March Madness

Two things about this video: 1.) I was feeding Miss Eleanor while filming, and 2.) Someone left the tag on that poor goat. Every time we leave the house, we come home with another critter. So far the count is … Continue reading

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The Story of Eleanor Marie

  IT’S BIRTHIN STORIES, Y’ALL! Just about every night last week I’d been on the verge of heading to the hospital, but ultimately, I never felt pains serious enough to pull the trigger on Team Baby. This time, instead of just … Continue reading

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Lil’Peckers 2011: The Revolution!

  It’s too bad she thinks they are ducks, or rather, ‘DUCKS!’ We have decided to grow our favorite crock pot/grill fare a little slower this year. Normal meat birds (NOTE: If you are shopping in TSC and you want to sound … Continue reading

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Got her goat

If all goes as planned, our dairy goat will arrive in Bangs on Thursday. Her name is Rose, and we are going to be the best of friends. Rose is a Knox county resident who unexpectedly found herself pregnant with her second!  … Continue reading

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MARCH!

Dear Baby Ellie, It is March, so that means it is time to have you. A newborn baby! Your original due date was March 8, and then, at some point very early in the game, the doctor measured you and, based on your … Continue reading

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