Bear investigates the egg basket...
...and later mugs the kid for an egg.
She also enjoys snuggling with J.--she ONLY does this if he is wearing his robe.
While Phoenix looks on with a jealous stare and whines, which is what HE does every time. When chicken distrusts a situation or wants to keep a close eye on something, they turn their head and look at it with one eye, as he is doing here. That is because they see better this way rather than looking straight on at something. So while it looks like Phoenix is looking at me, he is actually keeping a watchful eye on Bear and worrying.
Poof the White Crested Black Polish hen shows off her spurs:
Scott heybabies some hens...
A stretch & flap from Smokey.
Yoya the gray Giant Cochin and Phoenix pose for a communist propaganda poster.
'Ya comrade, now heroically look out into the glorious future!'
Bug, who is broody, emerges after a bit to stomp around the yard and be irritated. The other chickens are careful not to make direct eye contact, as broody hens are like the crazy, dangerous homeless guy who hangs out behind the minimart and holds angry conversations with an invisible friend.
We hand out some Easter eggs, of course. While the others look on in amazement, Sora the White Leghorn levitates to get one!
Betty tries it, too!
In the end they all got some yummy hard-boiled eggs are everyone was happy.