Sunday, December 2, 2007

Chick Chick and the BIG Girls

After a day at home playing, I am feeling refreshed. Just thought I'd give you an update on our cheeky Chick Chick.

The other evening while we were having a little romp in the back yard, Chick Chick fluffed her little feathers and flew up onto Sarah's head. It gave Sarah quite a start,but she was still, and handled it well. Having Chick Chick in the family has been a good learning experience for our children....however....yesterday...
Chick Chick had a day in with the BIG GIRLS. I kept an eye on her throughout the day and she seems to know when to get out of the way. The other chooks are realising that she is little threat to them, and she is happy to take her place in the pecking order. This gives me more confidence that she IS a she and all will be well in our world.
We still brought the baby in at night, just to be safe!


8 comments:

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

I have photos of myself as a child with various feathered friends on my head so your picture made me smile! Hope Chick Chick remains a SHE! Lucy xx

Jenny said...

I am loving the adventures of Chick Chick! Before you know it she will be one of the Big Girls too!She has a good life at your wonderful home.

Leanne said...

The continuing adventures of chick chick are great - I'm glad the BIG girls were good to her/him.

Bren said...

So pleased for you that the reports are over, and looking forwrad to meeting Chick-Chick while he/she is still a young-un.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

OMG chick chick is sooooo cute!!!! I really need one for my pet!! That is the cutest thing ever !!!

Laura said...

The chicks are so sweet!It's so nice to see your beautiful flowers when over here in England it's all grey and everything is in winter hibernation.

Nihal said...

How sweet chicks! Absolutely admire for a natural life between flowers and animals. Your nice blog at least gives me a perfect opportunity going on my dreams... Thanks a lot for letting me to visit your blog, and thanks also for your visit to my home:)

Nihal

Jelly Wares said...

How Gorgeous!!!!!! I'd love a little chick all of my own, oneday my hens might produce me some grand-chicks (LOL)... I love the last little pic of Chick-Chick, you can just see her feathers coming through.

Jodie