A soft comparison of dairy milk and alternative nut milks. It should placed in grocery stores everywhere, you know, to avoid confusion.
Finally. A solution to all those unwanted babies for the trash may be at hand.
With only 20 days left until school starts, here are the things we did during our summer off-line, devoid of pricey summer camps or a family vacation.
Cuteness deserves several posts. And pictures.
Three of the nine turtles began emerging from their eggs July 6, right on schedule 66 days from laying. The first one to hatch was #7, and the kids name it 'Finn' since that's the first part of it we saw. Stinking Cutie! Pretty soon, several other embryos were visibly on their way to turtle-hood. … Continue reading Welcome Baby Turtles
An update on blogging, a spring baby gallery. Go ahead. Say, 'Awww!'
♥ Every year here in Texas, families flock to the hill country -- or wherever is nearest to fields of bluebonnets -- to take advantage of the colorful natural background for household photo frames. Early April is the time when Indian Paintbrush, Texas Bluebonnet, and Evening Primrose are in full bloom, and we in the Houston area head … Continue reading Babies and Bluebonnets
Enjoy a short video of a wren family raised in our garage.