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Sorry about the Hot Chicks title, I had to. I don’t think they’re even considered chicks anymore even they’re only about 2 months old, they got SO big so fast! They won’t start laying until around 4-6 months so we’ve still got a few months ahead of us before we get fresh eggs, but we love them already, eggs or not.

Now that they’re outside they’re so easy to care for! I go out there once a day to top off their food and I refill their water about every other day now that I’ve put two different water bowls in there. I often sit out there and just watch them, talking to them so they continue to get used to us. They don’t love to be picked up or held, but they aren’t terribly afraid either. They make the funniest noises when you finally catch them and pick them up. I may or may not bribe them to be my friend with popcorn. They love popcorn and they’re so funny when they’re eating it.

We still don’t call them by any particular names, they’re the brown one, the plain white one and the speckled one. Haha, we’re pretty terrible. We’ll eventually get around to naming them and sticking with those names.

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Yes – that’s a sink cabinet for a kitchen or a bathroom!

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So excited for a couple of months from now when there will be eggs in their nesting box!

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