In only a week they have almost doubled in size. They are also starting to get ugly feathers that are popping out of their fuzz.
I spend most of my time cleaning out the wood shavings from their waterer and feed dish. Silly birds. They love to practice scratching. I can't wait until they eat bugs in my backyard!
They have started practicing flying and they jump on the waterer quite often. Sometimes two of them jump up and push each other around.
And they eat all the time, which I guess is why they are growing so much. We bought them a 50lb bag of feed today. It is supposed to last until they are almost ready to lay eggs...in another 18 weeks. :)
It has been such beautiful weather this week. I spent the afternoon edging some of the flower beds and trees, after I replaced the wheelbarrow's wheel, which I broke on Thursday trying to clean out some of the flowerbeds.
And I've been trying to finish a Charles Dickens book, Martin Cuzzlewitt. I finally finished last night! That makes my 12th book of the year. I need to update my book list.
So, those are my excuses for not having a post up yesterday.