The little one that looks like an owl could be called Hoot.They are all darling!
they are so cute!the unnamed one needs some sort of elegant name, she seems so posh!
Oh my goodness - how adorable! I wish we had some!
Our chickens will be 2 in just few days... I named all of mine too. I really wanted a lace variety like your silver laced wyandotte but we ended up not getting any. They are so pretty when fully grown!And for a name for the owlish one, how about owl in french - chouette or perhaps another language?Have fun with them!~Chris
I have a buff orphington too named Gracie who is the silliest and sweetest chicken I've ever known. You're going to have so much fun! Chickens are the best :)
They are just darling. So do they live a long time after they are finished laying eggs? I read that they lay for a few years and then that's it.
they are gorgeous!
what wonderful names for adorable critters!! Definitely an owl-type name is needed for the unnamed one...how about Owltina?
Ahhhh they are all so beautiful!
those chicks are to die for!love the last pic of your little one with her little one.xo~molly
So cute! Lily looks thrilled and in love. See you on Monday afternoon!
We are getting 8 chicks on Sunday...we have a few names picked out...Mabel, Adele, & Gladys. The kids have come up with a few crazy ones too...we'll have to see when we actually get them if they fit their names.
They are too cute! Carla
You have the best animals & their names are amazing!Great weekend to you!
The chick looks more a queen than a princess so how about Queenie?
Well I just don't know which one is the cutest! And the happy little face in the last photo ~ adorable!!!xo Catherine
They are so adorable! How about Charlotte, it's a regal name, and that chick can carry it off!
They are just beautiful... if only they stayed like that. Can't wait to have some here at SJW... one day! Georgie x
What gorgeous girls....I love the shot of Johnny Drama.
that last pic is soooo sweet
Johnny Drama - Lol - that is so cute!
They are so Cute..Cute..Cute!
So Adorable!! I was just showing my almost 3 year old daughter the pics and she's in love :-)
All the chicks are so sweet. The one that looks like an owl could be called 'Hooty'
To CUTE! Love the names:)
Adorable "chickets" as I love to call my canary chicks!!!! Hop-Sing is my name for the adorable baby, enjoy them, the grow quickly.....so cute.
Adorabubble!! Peep has the 'Blue Steel' look down-pat! Enjoy all the beauty Spring brings - we're going into our Fall here in Australia so a little envious!
Oh my! They're so cute! I suggest the name "Stella". I recently got a dress form and I named her Stella... why? Because I really like that name and I have to have a name for my dress form, if I have a beautiful chick I'd so name her Stella but I don't.
call you nameless one AdoraBelle :) My mum keeps buff orpingtons. They are amazing!!! :)
Adorable! So glad I found your blog, will be visiting often:)
They are darling! What is the one that is unnamed? She definitely is pretty~Have a wonderful Sunday and enjoy your new babies,xx
How about Aurie for the one yet to be named? They are all so precious, and the names are wonderful.
How about naming the one that looks like an owl "Hoot"?I love your blog! Charming!
Just beautiful photographs of those adorable chicks - it reminds me of many moons ago, growing up in Connecticut- we actually ordered chicks through the post and when they arrived our old black labrador dog, lay in the grass on our back lawn and let them climb all over her - wish I had a bit more land here in Ireland to have chicksThanks for sharing
I love it that you named your mama chick Johnny Drama! I love all your animals!
Hi,I have raised chickens for the last ten years, this year, my son wants to get Indian Runner Ducks. Any wisdom, advice for me? I am hesitant to get ducks for some reason, (maybe because I don't have a water source for swimming)but I don't want to disappoint my son. Are they about the same amount of work as chickens? Do they make a lot of noise? And I know just how you felt about finding your first egg. The best kind of surprise!Kate
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