A little planning can go a long way for a garden. And a lot of planning can go right out the window when the unexpected crops up. We didn’t expect 80 degrees in March, rodents of unusual talent, or a swarm of bees in May. We’ve adjusted our plan here and there, letting go of some things (oh broccoli, how I’ll miss you!) and making up for it in others (like 5 rows of potatoes!) Perhaps the most unexpected event this spring has been the anticipated arrival of one very small farmer, just in time for the end of the growing season in October. Looks like we’ll have to get a bicycle trailer!
11 thoughts on “The Fox Plot grows a very small farmer”
Congratulations! What a wonderful surprise and journey ahead of you. All my best to you all.
Thanks Jen! We are pretty dang excited.
Yay! Congratulations! That’s one very lucky small farmer you’re growing!
You will need to call Assos and see if they can do pair of maturnity bibbs for you.
Sarah! Congratulations to you and Nate! What a lovely surprise. I enjoy following your gardening adventures and I’m sure motherhood will be another excellent adventure.
Thanks Jen 🙂 It was a surprise to us as well, and undoubtedly an adventure!
As long as it doesn’t come out wearing boots and holding a rake! Congrats.
p.s. Your photographer needs a level, or a PS bug eye adjustment. ;-P
Ha! And I think our photographer did great! (wink, nudge)
Lucky baby! Lucky parents! Lucky grandparents! We are very excited for all of you!
I think the end of October is an excellent time for a birthday. 🙂
I wholeheartedly concur 🙂