Plans for our sheds to houses are slowly starting to come together and we are so excited!! Then on top of that, Brooke and I each found great deals on a couple of claw foot bathtubs and Dylan found a urinal at a great price. It’s almost like we’re more excited about those things than we are about getting our sheds. 😂🤣
It’s so hard to plan out exactly how to lay out my shed to house. So, to create a visual that will hopefully help me decide, I decided to put my refrigerator in. Not only will it give me a visual, but it will also help me decide if I want to use that one or get a smaller one.
My tiny house is here and I’m so excited to be able to make it into a peaceful living space for my daughter and me. It’s just the beginning… but we’ve got a some big dreams and hope you will follow along on our journey.
We’ve had some BIG plans in the works for months, but we wanted to wait to share the news until we knew for sure they would happen. So now we’re ready to share and proceed with our plans…. but first…. we must expand the sewer.
My divorce is now final and a new chapter in my life is beginning. Due mostly to financial reasons, I decided to not keep our home. We moved in with my mom, so we are still living here on the homestead. So now what?
When life gives you challenges, sometimes you really have to look deep to find the tomatoes in your life. For us, our search has lead us to many tomatoes to be thankful for.
Well, it’s been a while since we’ve made any new videos. There’s been a lot of changes going on in our life recently. It’s been a rough year for us but we are optimistic for the future.
We finally got our new garden fence in and are so excited! We love the way it turned out and our layout will be so much more convenient. Now all we need to do is start planting!
Christmas is sneaking up on us fast! So much to do and so little time! Dylan came out and brought his gifts, so Miley and Brooke try to figure out what he got them.
The kids check the rabbits to see if they can tell if they are pregnant and we check the goats to see if we can tell if they’re close to kidding. What do we think? Well, you’ll just have to watch…
Join us while we decorate gingerbread houses!
Why do I have 2 pitchforks that I’m using? I don’t really have an answer to that, but one thing we know for sure is that no pitchfork goes unused.
It’s one of those days, ya know, the kind where you start out behind and are rushing the whole day.
In this video we show you how we build an easy, affordable hay feeder that would work for goats, sheep or calves.
We gave the goats an early Christmas present and built a little goat hut for the goat kids to stay warm in once they are born. What did we give the goats for Christmas? Well.. you’ll just have to watch…
Just a little randomness about the goats, Ollie, our strange choice of Vlogmas topics and how we really need to make an effort to support local businesses.
This video is about how to can turkey broth using a Carey Smart Canner. There is some confusion when it comes to venting time because a lot of people mistake the E10 count down as venting time but it’s not. In this video I explain why.
I’m getting a big pot of turkey broth started, we’re taking the dog to the vet, and I’m getting my hair permed.. whew, what a long day!
The dog: “Merry Christmas!”
Us: “Eeewww… No THANKS!”
I joined a collaboration by Rose over at Wholesome Roots where we talk about 5 reasons why we homestead.
Our buck is finally old enough to breed, so the kids decided it was time to introduce him to the does. We should be having new kits by the New Year!
It’s that time of the year when leaves have been raked, bagged and put out by the curb for pickup. They make an excellent free mulch to add to the garden, so we’re wanting to gather as many bags as we can before the city workers pick them up. It’s always tricky to gather enough free mulch to cover our garden, so getting this trailer full is all I want for Christmas!