What's Up Duck..


Meet the girls.  From top to bottom:
Poppy
Olive
Mabel.


Three Indian Runner ducks. New members of our family.
New members of the September clean up crew here at the farm.


They are 13 weeks old.


And just a wee bit leery of us.

31 comments:

Nichole @ Parlour said...

Soooo cute. That last pic cracks me up. They'll come around!

A Vintage Chic said...

Oh, I love your ducks! We need some of them over here to eat all the snails! I'm just catching up with some blog visits...a busy summer here! LOVE all your recent garden photos--just so gorgeous!

Hope you're having a beautiful beginning of September...

Julie

Jen said...

They are soooo adorable!

marian said...

Such cute new arrivals in your family, at your farm! You're so lucky you have a place for them. I've always been fond of ducks but I have no place to keep them or any other animal for that matter. Wonderful pictures and the last one, terrific, made me smile!

Southern Lady said...

How sweet! I'm sure they will be very comfortable in their new home real soon. Carla

Sweet as June said...

they are so flippin' cute!

Jacqueline said...

What darlings...love the names too!

Deb said...

They are so cute! I look forward to reading about their antics on the farm. They'll be following you around in no time, I'm sure. Deb =^..^=x5

Gigi said...

They're gorgeous, and that last shot is priceless!!!

Ana Degenaar said...

Oh my! I want one! sooo cute!

A House and Home said...

Awww...I'm sure they will fit right in and get used to the farm family in no time. They are so beautiful.

Christine said...

Oh my goodness... They are sweet little ducks! I bet the cuteness is magnified as they waddle around your garden :)

Mrs. Sutton said...

Those ducks are HILARIOUS! What fabulous expressions they have. They'd make me laugh out loud on even the dreariest of days. x

mise said...

Ah, you'll have duck eggs soon. Wouldn't a basket of them look beautiful (if a bit incongruous) in your famous bathroom, beside the Buddha?

Vintage Home said...

...yeah ...I am living vicariously.......so excited to see you got some!...wonderful names and as usual adorable pictures!

Barbara said...

Oh Heather, that last photo! Marvelous.

red ticking said...

A D O R A B L E xx

Pinecone Camp said...

Very cute ducks. Looking forward to meeting them soon!

Mallory said...

They are so precious! I have some ducks too, and they are such a delight. Your grey & white duck looks so unique!

Jaimie said...

That last picture is hilarious! They look like lovely ducks!

pollydove said...

OH MY GOOOOOOOOOSHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! Soooo cute!

Vintage Simple said...

Get OUT!!! I love them already!! So exciting! When are the chickens moving in?

I love the photo of your farm, too, in the early morning... Another season comes to a close as a new one unfolds. You captured that beautifully.

xoox,
-maria

The Chicken Keepers said...

Love the duckies! Also love the blog! I am going to become a follower and add you to my blog roll. Check out our blog at thechickenkeepers.blogspot.com

Blessings,
The Chicken Keepers

p.s. you take beautiful pictures

Madelief said...

So funny to give them names. Such pretty ladies! They remind me of the tales by Beatrix Potter about Jemima Puddleduck

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

Are those sweet girls really yours...we had runner ducks too...but unfortunately foxes loved them as much as we did...make sure your girls are put to bed every night. Are chickens next?

Heksedamen said...

Running ducks are the COOLEST!!! I love ducks... I want ducks... but I think hens will be more of a feathered feature here at the cottage...

Jean said...

Oh my gosh. Too adorable. Such sweet names for them too.

Courtney said...

Oh they are beautiful! I bet Lily is just in heaven. You really have the greatest farm.

Kent Island Red said...

I don't know how you stand it. CUTEST DUCKS EVER!!

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Oh you got ducks, and Indian Runner ducks, they are first on my list. We have been away, up in Armstrong at the IPE fair. I was picking out new types of chickens, and ducks that I wanted.

So cool, good for you, you will love them.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

nesting journal said...

what a fun addition to the family. I think i already have a crush on mabel. Such a lady!