Sunday, May 27, 2007

Silly Putty Head

This is what happens when you take silly putty to bed with you.

A lot of tears, screaming, coaxing, bribing, internet searching, baby oil, cooking oil spray, rubbing alcohol, conditioner, and about 2 hours of time to get out.

Parents, don't let this stuff into your house.

Another plug...

Our new Grad Sign. This one is a girl, we will also be offering a boy. And coming soon our bear will have the ability to be a grad bear complete with cap and diploma - perfect for Preschool & Kindergarten graduations.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Shameless Plug

I made a new "accessory" for our bear signs for Special Deliveries - a bouquet of flowers. I used it for Teacher Appreciation Day at Genevieve's preschool. The flowers can be customized to say anything you want - Happy Mother's Day, Get Well Soon, Thank You, Go to Prom with Me, We're Proud of You, etc.
Have you seen our new website?
<------ Under "Links" on the left of this blog page
We're still in the tweaking phase, but it's looking great. Thank you Noah!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Taylor Farm is growing...

Luke called me on his way home from Sacramento, and this is how the conversation went.

Luke: I almost called you to ask you something, but I was pretty confident I knew the answer, so I went ahead with it.
Me: Oh no, what did you do?
Luke: I got the kids ducks.
Me: Ducks!?!
Luke: Shhhhh...Don't tell them, I want it to be a surprise
Me: You're kidding right?
Luke: Nope.
Me: Like big ducks? or babies?
Luke: Babies, like 2 week olds. They can live in the coop with the chickens. The guy at the farm supply store said the ducks can just live with our chickens and it's no big deal. Did you know that ducks can't swim until they're like 6 months old? So they would just sink in a pond. But they do drink lot's of water, way more than the chickens, so I got more water feeders.
Me: Don't ducks poop a lot? The kids get chicken poop on their feet everyday as it is. Is our backyard going to have duck poop everywhere?
Luke: I don't know. Probably. We can keep them confined in the dog-run, that was out intentions with the chickens.
Me: We can hardly keep the chickens out of our house, let alone inside the dogrun.
Luke: I thought the kids would like them.
Me: Um okay, but I wish you would have called, because I don't think you knew what my answer would have been :)