The girls are getting bigger. I often call them "peeps" because that is the sound they make right now and they seem to have a lot to say. We have had them for six weeks now. They are losing their chick fuzz and growing lots of feathers. They are starting to look more like little chickens.
A couple of them remind me a bit of little eagles like the white chicken below (giggle).
It has been fun watching each one with their individual personalities. This Rhode Island Red I named Lucy and she is one of my favorites. She is so sweet and loves to be held or sits quite comfortably on my shoulder.
Their coop still needs some more work and finishing touches, but for now it is home sweet home for the chicks.
I want to welcome all my new followers. Thank you for all your sweet comments. I am so sorry if I don't answer all your comments personally. This has been a very busy week for me. Know that I appreciate the time you take to visit me and leave such thoughtful comments. I have the best blogging friends a girl could hope for. I hope you are enjoying your week with whatever you are doing.
The lady at the rummage sale told me that it was donated by her husband. He had used it all during his college years. Keep in mind that laptops and personal computers were not around then. I myself learned to type on a manual typewriter in high school. There are no more typing classes. When my daughters went to high school it was called "keyboarding".