Thank you for visiting our page! We are a family of 8 plus one angel and occasional foster kids.
We started our homestead journey after finding out one of our adopted kids had horrible intolerances to both lactose and gluten.
We have always had chickens for eggs. But then we added goats for milk and meat, turkeys, quail, swine, and rabbits. We rely on our hard work to eat more naturally… We know where our food comes from and appreciate that.
Our goal is making the “simple” life, our way of life.
Mom is Kris. Kris has an AFA in photography and a BS in education. She is 1/2 way through her MA in family therapy. Kris has several cookbooks published and loves homeschooling her children. Kris was mom of the year in Chino Valley for 2016 – check out the article here!
Dad is Larry. Larry has a degree in computers. He currently work as the network administrator for a local school district. He loves his job and has been there for over 14 years. He enjoys hiking and takes kids out on the weekends for 4 to 15 mile hikes.
Shelby is the oldest of the crew at 18 and is attending college at a local community college. Her goal is to become a music teacher. She also works at a local fast foods restaurant. She is the animal whisperer on our homestead.
Griffen is our builder. This amazing 15 year old can managed to build anything out of pallets. He is being homeschooled 9th grade this year and enjoys mine craft. http://griffenmazy.blogspot.com
Elwyn is 13 and in 8th grade. This farm girl, even in her little frame, works as hard as her brother on the homestead. (You should see her throw 50 pound bags of feed!) She is our milker and we know that if we are missing El, then she is probably outside feeding the goats carrots. http://elwynfullmer.blogspot.com/
Berlyn is our jedi. He tends to wander off during chore time to play with light sabers… when he does help out, you can find him down by the bunny hutches. Berlyn is 11. http://berlynmazy.blogspot.com
Rowan loves the baby chicks in the house. She takes care of the brooders in the garage. Rowan is 9 and in 3rd grade. She also takes the baskets out every day to collect eggs in the hen houses and the quail houses. http://rowanfullmer.blogspot.com
Trystan, our other 9 year old, is an active little man. We never have tomato worms at our house because Tryst loves to “hunt” them for mom. http://trystanfullmer.blogspot.com
We miss you Freckle Face.
Ecclesiastes 3:4 a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance,
He had a blog at http://breckinfullmer.blogspot.com