The Bok Flock a feathered family
He looks very pleased to have a chook on his arm :-)
How adorable! Sounds like a fun time! Have a beautiful day inside, Kellie xx
What a lovely photo! Someone may not want to move outside once they old enough to ¨leave the nest¨ and go about being a normal chicken!
What a cutie! What kind of chicky is she? I love her markings!
What lucky chookies!
Awwww, how cute! Chicken and child both :)
What a great little companion. So cute... gxo
They are both so cute, how can I choose! Lol, you have surrounded yourself with cuteness :)
How cute are they, I know it was cold in Sydney also.
Oh that chicken looks so cosy inside, brrr, love Posie
Very cute photos, in our house we have the bunnies inside in the winter!
Oh how cute is that...........pampered chickies.Perspicacious, love that word........better double check I really do know what it means, hehehe....Thanks for popping by, lovely to hear from you,Claire :}
Not only is that cute, it's goldenly cute!
This post bring a smile to everyone face. So adorable.
Winter Wednesdays! A world away, we are sweltering in the heat, 90+ (F). I am so glad that you decided to keep hens again. Your son seems to be quite enjoying his new friend--probably works both ways. And I love the word "chook" I've taken to referring to ours as chooks. My husband asked what a chook was. i introduced him to Mrs. Bok and her flock.
Just too cute for words!
Double cutie pies there, hope they both had a lovely warm day inside.
Thanks everyone :)The henhouse should be ready this weekend so I'll post some pics when it's up. Feel a bit guilty for loving the new chicks so soon after losing my old flock but I knew if I didn't get more soon, I probably wouldn't have gotten a new flock at all. Have a lovely Friday!! Friday! Hooray!
They are so cute! ...hope they stayed warm!
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