And thus ends my babymoon guest posts. Thank you so much to all those who shared their thoughts with us! I do hope you, our readers, found their stories thought-provoking, encouraging, and challenging. I know I have! If you missed out on any of them, here are quick links to their posts. You can also find them under “guest posts” in the Things We Do, Done, and Digg drop down list on the sidebar.
- Make Your Own Herbal Remedies ~ Nancy @ Nama’s Natural Remedies
- What is a catechism? ~ Chaz Reed
- How to create a backup plan for your family ~ Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable
- 4 important reasons to keep a pantry ~ Kim @ Homestead Acres
- Small space living, and lessons learned ~ Carolyn @ The Mobile Home Maker
- The freedom to make bad decisions ~ Ryan @ Total Survivalist Libertarian Rant Fest
- Why you should consider free-ranging your kids ~ Lenore @ Free Range Kids
- Banishing the stay-at-home blues ~ Sheila @ To Love, Honor, and Vacuum
Chickie is three weeks old tomorrow, and what a doll she is! I can’t wait to share about the last month and a half of our life, but at the same time I want to hold out a little longer because the space on this site for pictures is used up, and purchasing more doesn’t make sense when the new site will be open in just two weeks.
That’s right! The grand opening of our new website is scheduled for April 23rd! On that date I will write a quick post here sharing the website link so you can find us. That will be the very last post on this blog.
Among the first posts at this new site, we will tell you (and show you!) all about our recent life on the homestead, including the recent addition to our family, our growing flock of hens, our more permanent solutions for grey water and humanure, the latest horseless carriage in our yard, and Papa’s greenhouse project, plus more!
It’s hard to believe that in less than one month we will have been living in our camper for a whole year. It has been a grand experience (one I intend to write more about this spring/summer), but we are ready to move forward and, as the previous paragraph suggested, take steps that will bring us yet closer to building a little off-grid cottage for our growing family.
With that said, please be patient with us for the next couple weeks while there are no new posts. The 23rd will be a brand new start and I’m looking forward to sharing with you regularly again.
And a happy belated spring and Easter!