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Archive for February 11th, 2013

Big Little

Feb
11

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A friend visited today with her new Jack Russell puppy named Jack.
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Gwennie loved it! New toy!
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Then she tried to play with it and her paw is as big as its head, so that wasn’t a good idea. I think she wants me to get her one! Because I need another dog! (NO.)

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Dog Gives Birth for Second Time!

Feb
11

This weekend, I had a date. As my date pulled up in my driveway and I went out to meet him, I heard crying coming from the goat house. This was after a couple of cancelled dates last week due to baby issues. If you’re gonna date a farmer, you better give up and go to their house.

Anyway. By the time we arrived at the goat house, Chloe was helping clean up her latest baby!
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Luckily, unlike Sprite, Fanta actually wanted her baby, so I tucked the two of them in a stall in the barn (to Chloe’s disappointment).
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She just had the one, and it’s a girl, too. I decided to bring Maia out to the barn.

My Precious:
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She’ll have fun in the barn now that she has a playmate. Fanta won’t let her nurse on her, but I bring Maia the bottle every few hours and she comes running to me.
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Next up: Nutmeg! Waiting! I know, I’ll plan a date.
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That’ll schedule a delivery!

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