Feature Friday: Big Family Little Farmhouse


Hello friends and good Friday everyone!

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It's hard to believe it's Friday again, but lately pretty fast. Today I have a fun function for you. I met Jenny on Instagram and lived not far from me in Georgia. I discovered with the description on his Instagram page that he lives next to me, because I know Pumpkinvine Creek in the nearest area.
Jenny, from Big Family Little House (Instagram only) has a simple farm style. And I ask you for a little story to share with you because he doesn't have a blog and he is sharing it with me, so enjoy the story of Jenny and her farm. If you don't know, the decoration of the farm is experiencing a moment. Big moment

We bought our house in 2012 and we were about 4 years old at that time. It is located on 7 hectares of property and, after buying it, we decided to start a small farm to be able to follow a healthier diet with goat's milk, eggs and raw honey.

Now we have goats, chickens, pigs and bees. Our farm is called Pumpkinvine Creek Farm and is managed and managed by our 24-year-old daughter, who also has her goat's milk soap business.

The house itself is actually a Southern Living (Tucker Bayou) plant and appears in the 2007 edition of Southern Living magazine.

Although our house was not really the one that was photographed, it was based almost 100% on the house that had been exhibited (a Florida house) in a magazine, and was decorated with exactly the same detail.

When we bought the house, there was a copy of the problem in which it was exposed, and at that time it looked like ours!
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It was originally built as a beach house, but we added boards and slats, boat beats and many other features to give the house a much more rustic look. We have also completed a space on a separate garage and now it is a fabulous bedroom apartment that houses our 2 older daughters!

As a former military family and corporate life, we are not natives of Georgia and have lived throughout the country, from coast to coast, from New York to California and anywhere in between.

But finally we are in a place where we can take root and we have no intention of leaving!
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Don't you like Jenny's green wardrobe? Very nice color! I love the story of Jenny and wow, 9 children. I can't imagine, but it seems he managed well.

They have added many personalities to their farm and it looks very beautiful.

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And they have a beautiful pool! It looks like a beautiful farm and country house, right? Thank you Jenny for sharing your lovely house with my readers. I hope everyone sees Jenny's Instagram at Big Family Little Farmhouse. He is very active there and also has a YouTube channel.

I hope everyone enjoys the features on Friday today!

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