Alright, so I have 10 chickens. Their names are; Noah, Evan, Aurora, Borialis, Sky, Bobbie, "The Rooster", Cottonball, Bravewing and Stumblefoot. Bravewing happens to have actually won a blue ribbon at last years fall fair. Stumblefoot is Bravewing's sister, but their other sister, Loudbeak, died. Stumblefoot is a Sexton/Gray Japanese Bantam/Chantecler cross. Bravewing is a Sexton/Gray Japanese Bantam cross, but both Stumblefoot and Bravewing (and Loudbeak) were mothered by Sky, a Black Japanese Bantam. Bravewing's real mother is Noah, and father is The Rooster. Stumblefoot's real mother is Bobbie, and father is The Rooster. Cottonball is at the top of the pecking order, and is the oldest.She is a Chantecler. Noah is near the top of the pecking order, and is the second oldest. She is a Sexton. Bobbie is one of The Rooster's favourite hens, and has also been here for quite a while. She is a Chantecler/Sexton cross. Evan, Aurora and Borialis are all sort of sisters. They are all Chanteclers, and are fairly young. And finally The Rooster (Who's real name is Angel, we thought he was a hen when we got him,) is a Gray Japanese Bantam. Now that I've told you a bit about them, I'll get started with the days news. So, Bravewing has officially been sitting on two eggs (her and Stumblefoot's) for exactly 21 days. Soon, I will check on her two see if they have hatched. They might not, I'm not sure if they're fertilized, but hopefully. Quite recently my very old Black Cochin hen, Wooly, died. I am getting a Gold Laced Cochin hen chick on March 2nd, because Cochins are just so cute I had to get another. I have recently made Sky a Bantam-Chicken-Diaper (which works very well and fits her just fine), so she can now come in the house. My goats, Bunny and Apple, are quite enjoying the spring-like weather we are getting here, other than the rainfalls here and there. Soon, I will try to post an image of the chickens and goats. Bye for now!