People Who Have Down Syndrome Are Unique Individuals In Their Own Right: Part 2

Or: 21 Things about Desi! More Alike than Different.  That is a phrase used a lot in the Down Syndrome community.  Why?  Because pe I discussed in Part 1 how individuals who have Down Syndrome are more like their family members than […]

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The reality of a Down Syndrome Diagnosis

If we are going to talk straight about our diagnosis of Down Syndrome it may not show my best side, so Let’s get this straight from the beginning I love my son.  I fell impossibly, and irrevocably in love with […]

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Toddler Joy in the Home School: Tips to Teaching Your Kids Without Letting the Toddler Destroy the House!

Toddlers are so full of wonder and enthusiasm for life.  They bring us joy. But when we are trying to explain a difficult concept to an older child, or delve into some Biblical wisdom, or even have a nice read […]

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Quick, Easy, Delicious, Finger Salad

  I don’t like to heat up my kitchen in the summer.  We grill a lot and add in different salads and veggies.  This Finger Salad is hearty with a super satisfying crunch.  I love to make this up for […]

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How to Transplant a Tomato; and other life lessons

I don’t remember learning how to plant a tomato per SE,  it’s something I’ve just always  known.  Planting tomatoes was a yearly event in both my parent’s garden, and my grandparent’s.  The distinct smell of the young tomato plants, mixed with sun-warmed […]

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Goat Breeding 101: Things You Need To Know Before You Take Your Doe To Her Big Date! (expert advise from a novice)

We’ve had our goats for about a year now, I’ve learned SO MUCH this year!  I tend to research stuff to death before I do it, and the goats were no exception, so I had read and read and read […]

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More Garden Space

Isn’t that what every gardener wants?   MORE. Garden. Space.   My cousin was telling me recently that her husband and her were wanting to acquire some land so that they could be out in the country and grow they’re […]

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Journaling . . . a farm chore?

Every January I make a fresh commitment to journal. Each year this works out in varying degrees.  I can look back to some years and see relative success and consistency and then there are the years where there were only […]

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Hello world!

You have reached the Bean Post Farmstead site. This is our brand new blog so there isn’t anything on it yet! We hope you will check back periodically to find articles on our pastured chickens,ventures into broilers, our first attempt […]

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