One of my favorite past times is snowmobiling with my dad. He would take me with him up to Michigan and rent a cabin to stay in and we would go snowmobiling all weekend long. It was a lot of fun. Although we aren't taking weekend trips just yet, we are sharing some snowmobile adventures with our children and getting some fun quality time and building memories. Family really is our number one priority. Our children are our future and we can never go wrong by INVESTING our time with them on the DAILY and being intentional to spend one on one time as well as family time as a whole. Let your children know they are loved and a blessing. Spend an extra few moments with them before bedtime reading a book or a quick game of hide n seek. It's those moments they will cherish and remember. We have two adult children now that are heading to California and one of my regrets really is not spending more time with them. It goes by so fast.
It's been a very cold week here on our homestead. Temps have been steady in the teens and windchills in the negatives so not much outside work has been getting done other than the normal care for our chickens, dogs, and calves. Egg production has gone from 22 eggs a day down to about 4-12 eggs a day. I guess it's too cold for the chickens too. We did have to kill one of our very aggressive roosters and that same day we also processed our meat chicken.
One BIG change to the homestead is our oldest two children, Malaki and Zoe are heading to California in March for an internship for 7 months. We are so excited for this opportunity they've been blessed with. It will be an extremely hard adjustment not having them home on the daily, but this new journey is what we've been preparing them for, for their whole life. I love seeing them grow and fulfill their purpose here on earth. I am thankful I am able to take the road trip with them, but the road trip back home will feel pretty empty wiithout them. Please keep them in your prayers.
Thank you to everyone who has purchased cocoa bombs from us to help with the fundraiser for Malaki and Zoe's tuition. We really appreciate it. Our goal was t sell 500 cocoa bombs. So far we have sold 97 cocoa bombs. The last day to order cocoa bombs is March 4th, 2021 that way we can make them and get them shipped out by March 8th, 2021 before we hit the road to California.
Hi! I'm Reese and this is my homestead. I am a wife and mama to 9 precious children. We just finished full time RVing after 5 years and now we are finally settling down and starting our Little Arrows Homestead. Please follow along with us as we begin our new journey.