Welcome to the Mountain Farmhouse Blog!
Updated: Jan 22, 2020
When I was thinking of writing a little blog I wasn’t sure how I wanted to start...I guess starting with a little update on who I am and what I am about is the best place to start... so here we go. I sure hope you're ready!
For a little background I grew up with a strong love of animals and being outdoors. Although a social girl I am a Homebody mostly and always feel the need to spend time alone to recharge and center myself. Nature is where I find the most peace or with animals. When I started thinking of buying a house I dreamed of a little farm with lots of animals. I was always the little girl bringing home animals.. my poor parents. One time my mom came home and found baby birds under my bed that I was trying to save. I tried to convince my mom to let me have some baby raccoons we found.. which didn’t work 😜. The wildlife rescue took them and was able to save them but I had already pictured my life with a raccoon family following me around and living together. If someone had a dog they were giving away I would take it and then try and convince my parents I had to save it. Also did I mention my moms allergic to dogs and Cats? So it never worked out for me. Even though I couldn’t have dogs or cats they made up for it with lots and lots of bunnies, an occasional snake, a turtle, hamsters that always bit, horses, and then raising pigs and some cattle for 4-H and for the table.
Fast forward to 2019 and current mode I’m a mom of two boys who are my life and was able to finally buy a home in the mountains with a little land at the beginning of January.
So here I will share it with you. The joys as well as real time life struggles that come with everything and the growths of learning. I am going to be sharing fun diy projects, lots of Farmhouse design with creating my own space, and of course mostly the animals and small farm life. Real of how we live it. There is a bunch I would love to share for those who are looking into creating their own little farm and tricks I have learned along the way. I do truly hope you enjoy the journey with me. Thanks for making it here with me! Stay tuned!
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