Falling For Fall

Hello November.  Hello Fall!  Our favorite time of year.  Lack of blogging again, seems to be a hard task to find a few quiet minutes lately.  So a quick catch up is overdue.  Our family has grown.  Our adorable heart melting Leary Gray was born on August 2nd.  We were thrilled to welcome her into the world, and I was thrilled to no longer be pregnant.  Joe and I also celebrated our 10 year wedding anniversary, where you ask?  In the hospital. Our 10 year anniversary happened to be the day after Leary was born, so we celebrated with hospital room service and an our growing family.  The girls are over the moon excited and think that having a new baby sister is like a real life baby doll.  Joe is beaming ear to ear and still trying to grasp the fact that is life is filled with bows and ponytails!  Avery and Hadley are ever growing and to sum it up days are filled with school, HOMEWORK, pony lessons, 4-h and lots more.  Oh 4-h. Yes my kids have joined, and yes I have accepted it, and yes they love it and yes I have finally learned it is a great thing.  I have been busy very busy.  Learning to adjust to new schedules, less sleep and all things three girls. 
On the farm front we are lambing.  We are always lambing but we don't really consider our off season. Our busy season is in full swing and there are lambs everywhere.  Farm projects continue, new fencing that was desperately needed is in place (thank you to those who have stopped to let us know our sheep are on the road, you will no longer have a morning or evening commuting delay).  We are still waiting patiently for our rain.....WAITING.  Nothing like seeing your animals graze the dirt.  Green grass can 't come soon enough.  The creamery is growing and so is our product line.  Jen has been working hard every week in the creamery and on making our lives and processes more efficient.  We are ever so grateful for her and her hard work, and her dealing with our occasional family farm marital spats.  They still happen, and yes, Joe seasonal farm decor is necessary. Joe and I also have attended our first few farmers markets.  We are attending the CUESA pop up markets at the yard in San Francisco mission bay neighborhood.  A fun day getting to see some of our great customers.  We are excited for fall on the farm, green grass to grow and lots more to come. Stay Tuned.

Missy Adiego