I got back from Hope Spoken last Sunday and corn planting started the next day. It’s that time of year again. When planting starts the boys think that their daddy needs their help all. the. time. They don’t know how good they have it because their daddy usually lets them tag along quite a bit. They really love when we bring Joel a meal and they get to pack their own lunch boxes and eat in the tractor too. (Adorable lunch boxes from Sarah + Abraham.)
I have no idea what we are going to do when there are three little ones who want to ride in the tractor??
My boys eat their best meals in the tractor. Isn’t that crazy? They usually eat about twice the amount of food they eat at home…and sometimes mooch off their daddy too.
I know I’ve said it before but there are a lot of things about farming that are hard for me to get used to…lots of learning to be flexible. But these days of eating dinner all squished in the tractor cab together are so precious. I am so thankful for my little family of farm-loving boys. I know that these will be some of my favorite memories together.