Sunday, March 17, 2013

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I hope all the Irish people (everyone is Irish today!)  reading this are having a great day!

We've got the corned beef and cabbage (with carrots and turnips) boiling in the kitchen and I had a couple minutes to put up a post.

The important stuff first: Cydne and I are both pregnant and it looks like we're due around the end of October. Can't really tell who will be first so for now we are just putting it in the Lord's hands! She's doing really well with the news and so am I. I was about ready to go again and I missed being pregnant.

We're switching from cattle to bison this year. Beef just isn't doing well for us and the bison can forage instead of needing all sorts of feed all the time. I know this may not mean a lot to city people but out here it's a big comittment to switch to bison.

I don't remember if I mentioned the two kids we were looking at taking in but we didn't. Tab and Stevie took them in and now they are going to try to adopt them. There was a tragedy with their mom and they need a permanent home now and not just a foster home. The situation needs prayer.

It has been crazy busy here and I am so sorry I don't have much time for this lately. I will try maybe after next month when things settle down more around here.

Happy St. Patty's Day and to all the Catholic folks congrats on your new Pope!

4 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Megan! And give my congratulations to Cydne!

    - Andrew

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  2. Love the blog. If you get a moment to post could you post an update on how big the family is at this point and who belongs to whom. It is so wonderful that it is so big but following along can be difficult sometimes. :-)

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  3. Hey Megan! Congrats. I'll bet you look positively radiant with your pregnancy... I'd love to hear more about it - and Cynde's too. Hope to get regular updates! I've not been blogging much myself - have been stuck in a rut, but am going to try to break out of it. Send me an email if you get the chance.. John aka WannabeR

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  4. So are you getting used to being a breeding cow? You love having your husband use you to have more kids for him? Like having his baby growing inside you as a reminder of who the man in the house is? How does Cydne feel about being conquered by her new mate? How do you feel about him being with her? Inquiring minds want to know!

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