June at the Farm

When I woke up the other morning, I read a special e-mail from my son, Christopher. He said they were going to the Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead that day, and they had a seat available in their van if I wanted to go along.

I love those outings with my grandchildren so I immediately thought through how I could rearrange what I had planned that morning to join the party and said yes!

Melanie and her children decided to go as well, and they had room in their van for my mom, Gigi.

Five-year-old, Joshua, was delighted with the possibility of arriving at the farmstead in time for the 9:30 milking, which we managed. At the farm, the children fed baby goats from bottles in addition to petting them. They rode on the John Deere look alike tractor trikes around the little track and played hard on the playground.

The weather was delightful for June, and the adults loved watching the children. We ate a picnic lunch at the end of the morning so we could be back home for the children’s naps.

Trusting in Jesus,

I stayed out of the goat area with Danny so Anna Marie could be with her other kiddos.

“I delight to do thy will, O my God:
yea, thy law is within my heart.”
Psalm 40:8

5 thoughts on “June at the Farm”

  1. That looks not only fun, but also educational! I’m glad you all had a good time with family.

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