I Don’t Know About You

but this is totally the reason I had kids.

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The soon to be 14 year old………..

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was joined by the brand new 18 year old.

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Slave Labor. It’s a good thing.

About Tammy and Parker

Special Needs Blogger, and homeschooling Mom, heavily involved in advocacy for all kids with special needs in Utah.

Comments

  1. LOL!

  2. Heh! You and me, too!

  3. I cannot WAIT until mine are old enough to earn their keep.

    Also, your garden is awesome and I am completely jealous. Hope it’s a fruitful year for you all!

  4. Hahahaha!!! :D

  5. We could really use some slave labor right now putting in our yard! My 6 and 4 olds really aren’t much help with that yet.

  6. Maggie says:

    Haha, thanks for the laugh! It’s so great when kids can join forces to work on a project together. Your garden looks fantastic, I hope my tiny tomato & pea garden comes out half as nice!

  7. Janessa says:

    Your garden is beautiful!

  8. LOL, I was jus telling my mom the other day how great it is that my oldest boys are such big helpers when I plant flowers! Your kids are wonderful Tammy! And your garden looks soooo good!!!!
    Hugs,
    Amy

  9. I’ve been admiring your gardens. I assume you used cinderblocks for the sides, but can you tell me what type/size stone you used for the top?

  10. Jess, yup we have cinderblocks for the outline of our garden. The tops are actually cinderblock too. Cinderblock pavers.

    We got everything as seconds at a place that makes and sells cinderblock. It was pretty inexpensive to do and I absolutely love how it turned out!