Weaning The Baby Bunnies

Today was a bit of a milestone for us. Our baby bunnies are now six weeks old, which is the recommended minimum age they can be separated from mom (at least that's what I've read). The ideal time is 8 weeks, but as you can see in the picture below, things were getting a bit cramped in there…

Free Printable Chore Chart Template

Doing daily chores is a great way for kids to pitch in and start learning responsibility. Here’s a free printable chore chart template you can customize for your own family!

One thing that I’ve learned now that Mason is almost two (and makes giant messes with his brothers) is that I can’t keep t…

DIY Liquid Fertilizer

Making DIY liquid fertilizer is a great way to keep your garden happy and healthy. It’s free, easy, and super beneficial. This recipe is based on my own experience, and it has worked well for our garden. I suggest starting with a small amount on your plants, waiting a couple of days to see how they…

Our First Experience Breeding Rabbits

Have a seat and grab some popcorn, because I’m about to tell you about our first experience with breeding rabbits! Books and YouTube videos are no substitute for good old fashioned experience, but they did give us a good starting point. There were things we didn’t expect, and things that seemed to …

Easy Homeschool Lesson Planning

Last year I wrote a post on my old blog about how I plan out our homeschool year. Well, now that April’s Happy Place is retired (and everyone has to do a little homeschooling thanks to Covid-19) I thought I’d write an updated post about how I do our homeschool lesson planning. We normally do school…

Harvesting Potatoes: Our 2020 Potato Crop

Last year Ryan planted some Yukon gold potatoes. It was a busy year, and I was focused more on our then 9-month-old baby than on the garden chores. Harvesting potatoes fell off the list of priorities, and when we finally got around to it, most of them were rotten. This year, we were determined to d…