4.30.2009

Picture and Comments on www.backyardchicken.com


This picture (this one was touched up a little) from the one I posted on www.backyardchicken.com and the comments I received from total strangers amazed. What some nice people out there in chicken world.

Here is what they said:
Cool :thumbsup Love the chair & head space! :gig

Hey what are those two really big chicks doing in the center without a roof? :gig Seriously though, very nice.

I just adore that picture of you and your daughter!!!! It is one of those that she will look at, after she is all grown up, and remember the wonderful times she shared with her father. It really makes me think of how my dad used to share stuff with me when I was growing up. Thank you for sharing these photos with us!!!! *starts walking down memory lane...***

Super dad, super daughter and its all about fun, right? I am sure it is, fun, fun, fun, love the pictures. Kids are so cool. I love em all.:weee:yiipchick

Cute, glad you are doing something as a family!

That photo of your daughter reminds me of a Norman Rockwell. Very cute!

Yes, me too!
The funny thing is I have the same sort of set up with the same wire roof for my ducks. Just love bending the wire lid so I can get in and out. I asked my hubby to build me a Walk In. But whatever it takes to get where were going.
You were smart to leave an escape hatch. I had just installed the coop lock and was working inside when my four-year old locked me inside, laughed and said goodbye. It was all I could do to keep from laughing and use a calm, stern voice to get him to come back and let me out. :rolleyes: Enjoy the adventure!

I used to squeeze myself into my chicks temporary coop. Tell your daughter to sit on the ground, with her legs out straight, and the chicks will hop right up onto her legs and take a nap. :)

You are so creating memories to last a lifetime. These will be special times that will help you and your daughter through the hard times. You are a great dad. :thumbsup Be proud of yourself!

As people have posted....that's a Kodak Moment! Very special.....thanks for sharing.

4 comments:

Riley Dane Parkinson said...

well, i have a question sam the yam. does your brother also wear skinny jeans and pink shoes and shoelaces????? anwser that one for me.

Riley Dane Parkinson said...

well, i disagree with your post. why would i wash a car when i can take it for a test drive!!! and i do not swim there any more. so what do i do now??????? RELAX,RELAX,RELAX,RELAX,RELAX,ANDRELAX MORE.

Sam the Yam! said...

Well, Riley, that's a good question, but think about it. Sam is a yam, which means my brothers and any other members of my family are yams. Therefore we don't have to worry about those silly skinny jeans and other accessories such as pink shoes. We simply wear leaves and believe me it is more comfortable and certainly less trouble.

Ames Family said...

Mr. Awesome, just wash the car. Then when you take it on the test drive it will look really good. What do you do next? Have you got your garden planted? Plant a yam or two! Then take your dog for a walk. Have you taken your dog to obedience school? Or, let me rephrase that, has your dog taken you to obedience school? I think that would be a great idea. You could both learn to sit, stay, rollover, and play dead!. Sam

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