I love this dog in so many ways, I should probably devote an entire post just for her. Any dog who can withstand sleet and snow and subfreezing temperatures without scratching on my front door is always welcome around here. God gave her an extra thick wooly coat which makes her very content to stay outside and makes me very content to keep her here. (especially since she still reeks like the skunk who sprayed her two weeks ago).
The boys had fun sledding and building igloos....
While the girls enjoyed making Valentines for the grandmothers....:)
Liesel has decided she wants to be a writer instead of a vet when she grows up after realizing animals stink and are a lot of work.
And of course, whatever Liesel wants to do----Hope wants to do.
John and Liesel have become quite the farm buddies. I love watching them walk to the barn and back together to feed and water all the creatures and collect eggs from the hens.
She and Jude helped their dad build a little pen for Romeo, complete with heating lamps and rabbits for company. How cute and cozy does this look? The animals are all adjusting very well and seem to be very happy in their new home. And I just want to add: John got up twice in the night to go check on the little goat to make sure he wasn't too cold. And that is one of the many reasons why I love him so much.