I find myself asking that question more as each year passes, must be something to do with getting older! ;-) We rang in the New Year quietly with some good friends! Little Farmer didn't even make it to midnight, but there was nothing sweeter then rocking him to sleep as the clock struck midnight! For some reason I have been horrible about packing the camera to get togethers, so I have no New Years pictures, but I thought today I would take a look back at what 2012 held for me and my blog!
First off I have had tons of fun blogging more and starting to get our farm facebook page going! Most of the traffic to my blog comes from facebook and just now as I logged in I noticed I have 600 all time views and 6 followers! What a great way to start the year, and Thanks for joining me, fun to know that people are actully reading and following along!
Top Posts for 2012
Mason's Home Birth Story
One of the few personal stories I wrote this year, and it doesn't get more personal then this! Truly near and dear to my heart and so glad that so many have viewed this post to make it my number one!
For Dairy Farming
The Last Day of 2012
Welcome Little Ones
Little Farmer Names
All these posts were farm related, and it makes me so happy that people are reading about dairy farming! That is my whole goal, to share our story, and I am having so much fun with it! So Thank You, Thank You again for joining me and I look forward to bringing you more in 2013!!
2012 was a busy year, and I fee like I didn't get much of it here on the blog, so I hope you'll join me for a recap!
We rang in the New Year with a very active, mobile, but not yet walking little boy!
Spring finally arrived with all it's beauty and we all enjoyed the warmer temperatures!
We of course showed at fair again this year, honors included Reserve Junior Champion to Ben's heifer Judgement Juno and Reserve Sr. and Grand Champion for Challenge Marguerite. Mason had a blast, but was definitely work keeping track of him, his favorite animals to visit were the pigs!
I finally let Ben convince me to get Mason's hair cut, luckily he was a very good boy, but I do miss his curls!
Thank You for joining me over the past year and I hope you'll continue to follow me throughout this new year! No big plans here for 2013, and I am looking forward to that. Taking each new day as a blessing and enjoying the little things!
I wish you all the best for a happy, healthy and prosperous 2013!!
Your Farmer's Daughter,