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outdoor pets Archives · Ryder Family Farm- Southern Illinois Produce & More
outdoor pets Archives · Ryder Family Farm- Southern Illinois Produce & More
We to a big leap of faith, quit our jobs are moved to the the heart of the Shawnee National Forest to follow our dreams of self sufficiency and to make a go of living off the land… Can we help you feed your family?
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Late pregnancy, early labor symptoms. Blunt and graphic talk ;-)

Yep, you guessed it I am doing some more pregnancy TMI posting! If this is not your cup of tea or if you are having breakfast or whatever feel free to skip the post. I'll understand. Today I am 38 weeks pregnant and last night was the first night I've been in actual pain with regards to contractions. You know that cervical pain I've been mentioning? Well I've now decided it feels like Tater is poking or clawing at the cervix and that I'll pop and gush water at any moment as a result, lol. I know it is kind of a strange way to describe it all and technically Tater isn't touching my cervix since my bag of water/ membranes are separating her from the actual cervix right now. She isn't...

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Critters in my back yard: Rabbits, snakes, spiders, frogs and more.

There are only about 3 weeks left until I'll be at The Farm. I am doing great and Tater seems to be planning to stay inside for a bit longer (thank goodness). I've told her she has to stay put until June 4th at least, that way she'll be full term! In the meantime we have been trying to do things to have fun and to keep busy while we are waiting for Tater to do her last bits of growth and development. Things like putting the house together the way we'll need it when Tater comes home, unpacking, organizing and even vegetable gardening have been a few of our pastimes these days (other than my excessive napping). It has sure been quite a critter filled weekend for us though! Late last...

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Pets are adjusted, I think. Hell has frozen over!

The animals are finally beginning to settle down, it is a freaking miracle! We aren't waking to Dixie pawing at the door or excessive yowling from Hailey in the middle of the night AND everyone seems to be getting the hang of their new lives & homes. Dixie now uses her nifty dog house for shelter from SOME of the elements. At night she does sleep in the dog house and she has figured out how to stay in it when the hard rain is falling. I still find her digging holes in the flower beds and laying on top of the plants for shade and cool, it is not even insanely hot here yet! So, we need to get some fencing around the beds already but having her sleep in...

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Weekend #2 in our new place, it's been busy!

I've got 3 posts in my saved drafts that I've been working on. I've written them pretty well but cant seem to actually finish them. They are even decent writing pieces that focus on specific topics rather than my usual "here are the updates" posts like this one. I've been trying to bust out some posts in advance that I'll schedule in June to keep the blog fresh while I am away from the internet waiting for Tater to come. That is the idea at least. If anyone wants to guest post here just sign up as a user and I'll get you all hooked up to be a contributor. Okay, so over the weekend we did get lots done, as usual...

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