a large family starting a small farm in the woods of northern Oregon
Welcome to NW Oregon ! I got my first harrowing experience at being stuck in the snow.... two hours and one kindly neighbor later we were home warm and snug...
Welcome to Oregon! If I may ask, how high in elevation is your homestead? On the valley floor we only get significant snow about once a year, but the amount of snow increases a bunch even at 1000 feet.
Ok, as a Florida girl...south Fl at that, all I can say is BRRRRRR!!!! You are some brave souls but I am also sooo envious of you and your wherewithal to go for it. Willow is so big!!!! Keep posting the pics, I love them!
Looks beautiful, sorry you got stuck, that is a little harrowing! Kids looking terrific.
Hi L, Did you shut down your old blog? I tried to visit but was unable to. Hugs,Rebecca
Just checking on you, I sent you a message at MOMYS I'd just love to hear from you sometime when you can.Hugs, Rebecca
rebecca- i tried to email you but it bounced- email me at kirynspiscesmama @ gmail. com
Hello Liz,I was reading your blog about Aquila birth. I also had a placenta abruption and lost my daughter at 41 weeks. I was just wondering what did your doctor do differently with Willow's prenancy? Please feel free to contact me personally at Mom2savsydrobbynbaby@gmail.com Thank you Melissa