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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

For us, this Christmas has been an amazing and magical time for many reasons. First of all, having an almost 3 year old around this time of year and the excitement of Santa and presents is so uplifting. Finally having a home and farm of our own and focusing on our family has been great for us. This month by far has been our most successful to date as Marilyn Mae Farm. We are beyond grateful to be able celebrate this along with so many people being able to enjoy our products this Christmas. Life still hasn't slowed down! Between...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

As we look back on this year and what we are thankful for we realize that this is the first thanksgiving in over a decade that Spotty Brown won't be celebrating with us. That makes us incredibly sad but we are also thankful for the time we had with him and that we know that we were able to give him the best care and treatments for his cancer. We are thankful for our faith in God through the blood of Jesus Christ and how God has blessed us. We are incredibly thankful for our spitfire Mae and her determination...

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Busy Busy!

Busy Busy!

As seems to be the trend we have been very busy! Dan was at a holiday indoor market in Colchester on Saturday and met a lot of great people while Mae and I bummed around the house a bit and cleaned coops and hutches. Later in the morning we went to Adams Adventure, a playground designed for kids with all kinds of disabilities. Mae loves it there because she gets to be a bit more independent and can climb the stairs and go down the slide on her own! Sunday was a busy day as well. Mae and I went...

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Growing.

Growing.

So yet again we have been super busy! Lately we've been making bundled gift baskets, mixing lavender sachet mix and making cheese from our goat milk. We also had a dear friend drop off our two new family members, two bunnies! We are now at a total of 3 bunnies which is funny because until we got Matilda I really wasn't sure I even cared for bunnies, now they will have a special role in our family. Colt, the grey boy is very outgoing and sweet and Tango the calico female is sweet but shy. We can wait to get to know...

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Winter is here. Kind of.

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Winter is here. Kind of.

First snow of the season yesterday and I am so not amused... although Mae loved it and even insisted on making a snow man. With no gloves, a tiny one was all I could manage. The goats were so cold and wet I'm pretty sure Lila, thought she was going to die, lol. I think our animals are like us where although we live in New England, some of us absolutely dread winter. Because of the icky weather, Mae and I planned a few crafts including sensory stuff like dried noodles, marbles and glitter glue. A friendship bracelet kit at...

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