Sunday

Sunday in Pictures






This year's sweet potato plant has
already given me a couple of slips.








They are ready to plant.








...and my celery end has sprouted and is ready to plant.
Check out directions at Farm Bell Recipes at Chickens in the Road.
I hope to get a few more going before garden planting time.






This was Levi's 1st Sunday Night Supper with the whole family.
He slept through all the noise.
Big brother Brayden walked into the house *sing-songing*
"I got a baby. I got a baby."




We couldn't figure out if Zoe was left or right handed tonight.
Or maybe Grandma's chicken soup was just extra good!






Grandsons (brothers) Ryan and Brady (6 months)


.....dr momi

Linked To: Farm Photo Friday

15 comments:

labbie1 said...

Looks like a wonderful Sunday with the family! I never knew you could start celery like that! Interesting...

Mama Pea said...

You're a lucky lady to have so much of your family around you and also admired to host Sunday night supper!

Gail said...

What a beautiful group of children!

Kim said...

Looks like a perfect Sunday evening. You know Grandma's soup must be good when you eat it with two utensils!

TexWisGirl said...

love that you have family dinner nights! :)

Simply Scaife Family said...

Such beauty and life!!

Carolyn Renee said...

Is that a "grocery store" sweet potato or a "seed" sweet potato? How long has it been growing before you got slips & do you put it in dirt or just water? I'd LOVE to have sweet potatoes this year!

dr momi said...

Carolyn Renee.....Last year I started one from the grocery store. This one is from last summer's crop. I poke toothpicks in it and keep 1/2 of it in water till it starts to root good (and sprouts good) then I transplant it to dirt. As it grows I keep taking slips off, start them in water, and then plant in dirt. I'm hoping to have about 20 of them for the garden.

dr momi said...

....oh, maybe 2-3 weeks before the slips really start growing. (Get it started now :-)

Candy C. said...

How fun that you all are able to get together for Sunday dinner at Grandma's house! The kids are always so cute! :)
Kudos for your celery and sweet potato plants!

Jill said...

Your grandbabies are just darling!

I'm impressed with the celery!

Lori Skoog said...

Duh!!!! I never thought about how you grow celery.

Marissa @Life On Our Side Of The Mountain said...

So wonderful that your family gets together for Sunday dinner!
I'm impressed with your sweet potatoes and celery! I would love to try this! Thanks for sharing and I'm looking forward to seeing your garden progress throughout the year.

NoDak Herefords said...

I will have to share the celery link with our garden growing son. Then see how it does in ND!! Interesting photos.

Michaele said...

Family dinners make me smile and yes, I am sure the soup was just that good!