Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond Says Daughter Paige Officially Moved Back Home to ‘Work on the Ranch Full-Time’

"She's getting banged up, scratched, bruised, and clobbered," the TV personality said of her daughter returning home

<p>Paige Drummond/Instagram</p> Ree Drummond and her daughter Paige.

Paige Drummond/Instagram

Ree Drummond and her daughter Paige.

Ree Drummond's daughter Paige is officially back on the ranch full-time!

In a Pioneer Woman blog post from May 20, the Food Network star, 55, opened up about her 24-year-old daughter's move back to the family ranch in Pawhuska, Okla. Writing about her husband Ladd's "favorite cowboy," Ree shared, "...And her name is Paige!"

"Paige came home in January to work on the ranch full-time. She's getting more and more experience in every aspect of ranching, from sorting cattle to weaning calves to fixing fence and water gaps to building salt boxes and a long list of other have-to chores," she wrote of Paige working at the Drummond Ranch.

"She's getting banged up, scratched, bruised, and clobbered... and time will tell if she's in this for the long haul! Ladd is loving having her home. (Psst. I am, too!)" Ree added.

<p>Ree Drummond/Instagram</p> Ree Drummond and her daughter Paige.

Ree Drummond/Instagram

Ree Drummond and her daughter Paige.

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Last month, Ree gave her followers a glimpse of Paige's ranch duties without confirming that she had moved back full-time.

Paige, who previously studied at the University of Arkansas, carried out her early morning work duties, including feeding cattle, in a clip from Ree's Food Network show, The Pioneer Woman, which was also shared on Instagram.

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Ree explained in the clip, “Paige starts pretty early around daylight. She arrives at the ranch from town, fills up her feeder, and then heads out into the pasture to feed the cattle.”

“Feeding is one of my favorite things to do because you’re really just getting up and getting in your truck and driving around and the sunrises are really pretty,” Paige shared. “So I honestly really enjoy feeding. It’s just fun, and it’s honestly kind of peaceful.”

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Paige pointed out her life now was very different than working in an office. “My morning meetings look a lot different now that I’m working out here,” she said.

“Instead of being in an office building, I’m out here with all the cows. So, it’s definitely really different, but I personally love it,” Paige added.

Ree and her husband Ladd are also parents to Alex, 26, Bryce, 21, Jamar, 21, and Todd, 19.

In her recent blog post, Ree also wrote about the best part about being a parent to adult children.

"Can I just say that my favorite thing about being an empty nester is that the nest is really never empty for very long," she wrote. "They clear out for pockets of time, just long enough for me to collect dust and get all my own laundry done. Then just like that, the nest fills back up with rather tall baby birds."

Her youngest son is the first to return home for the season, the cookbook author added.

"Todd was the first of the kids to come home for the summer, and he immediately dug out his jeans and boots and started helping Ladd on the ranch," she wrote.

She then joked that her laundry machine will soon be working overdrive.

"After getting through the rigors of football and school over the past year-and-a-half, I think he's loving spending this time just getting dirty," she quipped. "And muddy. And manurey. Please keep our washing machine in your thoughts."

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