I know I’m posting a lot about this little one lately. This stage of life is so precious! I so much love watching them learn at this age, and it’s so fleeting!

I was taking a short break at the computer this afternoon, and he brought me a chunk of wood, saying, as he handed it to me, “Baby”. Then he took off for the door again. He came back dragging a large piece of wood. It turns out that the large piece is the mommy horse and the small one is the baby horse!DSCF3167

For other news, we have a house to move into. We signed the tenancy agreement on Saturday, and included that we will have the house for two years, at the end of which time we’ll reevaluate and decide if we want to stay on, buy it (which I suppose would be an option at any time, really—at this point we don’t have enough money and don’t think we want to stay in that location too long), or move somewhere else. Anyway, we have stability for two years. We plan to move on the 6th of September, assuming they get moved out by the end of August as they plan to. Sometime this week, the boys and I are planning to plant some blackcurrent bushes and rhubarb that we have in pots over there, and maybe we’ll get a few pictures. The place has a fascinating history that I’ll try to tell you some of when I post the pictures! It’s a beautiful old house. We are thankful and relieved to have this sorted out!


About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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One Response to Horses

  1. Bethany Brubaker says:

    Praising God for the way He’s worked this detail out for your family. He’s so faithful!

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