Today we officially finished our backyard. Last weekend we put rock in on the sides. Let me tell you that moving 3 cubic yards of rock from your front yard to your backyard is back breaking work. Unfortunately we didn't order enough rock and had to have some more delivered today, so we had another day of moving rock. Not fun! We also put our sod in today and it all looks great. We are happy to have our Saturdays back to us and not installing our yard.Joe was meticulous about how the dirt was raked and how nice it needed to look. He is a bit OCD with some stuff, but it's usually the important stuff. These are our peaches. They are looking so good. They have adopted their peach color. I check these out at least twice a day. I am so in love with them. This is one of the only things that has survived planting. Joe spreading steer manure onto our dirt. The dirt here is extremely sandy and we needed some nutrients in the ground. It didn't smell horrible, it was supposedly de-oderized, but it didn't smell great either. The finished product. It instantly makes our backyard much nicer looking but it also seems to have made it look smaller. Kalli approves. Blake would NEVER have sat on grass, he contorted his body just so he wouldn't touch the grass when he this little. Kalli loved it. She was pulling handfuls up and didn't want to get off.