While living on an island may limit many types of food available, seafood is not one of those things. What is normally reserved for a special occasion is just a $20 dinner here!
Chicks... or should I say "chick". Last Saturday I was sitting on the couch and kept hearing a very loud screech, I peeked outside to see a local dog stepping on a baby chicken for fun. Being the bleeding heart that I am, I could not just let the little thing be tortured to death. So that is how we got a pet chicken for a day. I wasn't sure how badly it was hurt so I brought it in and put it in a box with some grains and watched for a bit. After a couple hours it was back on it's feet, eating and filling the house with little chirps. Noah liked watching the little bird run around it's box, there is always something new to look at here. Once the little one seemed healthy, I figured it would have a much better chance of survival outside, so it was returned to where I normally see the mama chicken.
Play-date.... Noah had his first play-date last week. There is a group of Mom's on the island that try and do things together to stay sane. Noah visited a little one year old girl and things went smoothly. Hopefully this helps him become more well adjusted than his father :)
NOAH NEWS: Noah still wakes up twice a night, but he is adorable when he is actually sleeping!
The Jaskowiak Family
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