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Oh, Baby

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Oh, me.

Oh, my.

Oh, seriously!

My heart, be still! Look at the milk mouth!

Glory Bee, nursing on BP, the video!




I can hardly stand it.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 17, 2010  

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  1. 9-17
    6:44
    pm

    How cute! Definitely makes me want to move to the country!

  2. 9-17
    6:46
    pm

    Glory Bee is very photogenic and noisy! Thank you for the video.

  3. 9-17
    6:46
    pm

    ohohoh, the next star for the “Got Milk?” commericial

  4. 9-17
    6:49
    pm

    Oh my, Glory Bee! Just precious :happyflower:

  5. 9-17
    6:50
    pm

    Glory Bee is such a beautiful baby! I would not be able to leave her alone.

  6. 9-17
    6:52
    pm

    :sun: Oh, be still my heart! I’m so glad they are both so happy with you! GB’s head movements remind me of a kitten – or human baby – kneading the milk machine. :sun:

  7. 9-17
    7:14
    pm

    Glory Bee sure is precious!!

  8. 9-17
    7:33
    pm

    Glory Bee is just darling!!!

  9. 9-17
    7:47
    pm

    OMG, GB with the milk-mouth. I can see the ad- GOT MILK!!

  10. 9-17
    8:04
    pm

    I love babies, especially baby animals. Look at its little tongue.

  11. 9-17
    8:04
    pm

    Do I see two curls of nubbits, starting on that precious little’uns head? Is she going to have horns?

  12. 9-17
    8:07
    pm

    Mama. Mama. MAMA!!! I KNOW you’ve got some dinner there for me. Now WHERE IS IT????

  13. 9-17
    8:20
    pm

    Awesome! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. 9-17
    8:35
    pm

    Jan, I don’t know. Jerseys do have horns, but Skip told me that Brown Swiss don’t, so we’ll see. He didn’t feel any buds on her head.

  15. 9-17
    8:42
    pm

    Oh my Gosh!!! too cute for words :)

  16. 9-17
    9:02
    pm

    Baby calves have the most beautiful eyes! She’s wearing eyeliner!

  17. 9-17
    9:27
    pm

    OMG that was adorable!!!

  18. 9-17
    9:46
    pm

    Just you wait! As she gets bigger and stronger, she’ll work up such a lather while nursing that her entire face will be coated. We always laugh and get all sentimental-feeling about the milky-faced calves.

  19. 9-17
    10:16
    pm

    Oh. My. Goodness.

    Does it get any cuter than this?!

    I think not.

  20. 9-17
    10:23
    pm

    :moo: http://chickensintheroad.com/wp-includes/images/smilies/moo.gif Isn’t it cute how she keeps on bumping her udder? I just love the eyes too.

  21. 9-17
    11:06
    pm

    That baby has the sweetest face ever!!! Makes ya want to kiss her. Just like a real baby, too hard to resist.

  22. 9-17
    11:14
    pm

    Suzanne, it isn’t just you; she really is that beautiful. I’m a little in love with her, too. I love the way she comes up to you, like you’re a second mom to her.

  23. 9-17
    11:24
    pm

    Look at those gorgeous eyes! Do you apply eyeliner before her photo shoots??? What a sweety, thanks for sharing

  24. 9-17
    11:43
    pm

    Ooooh, she’s sooo cute! And I love the soft, soft little moos BP makes. What a sweet mom.

    Sorry if I’m asking a dumb question, but what I know about cows you could fit in a thimble. I’ve noticed that Glory Bee’s fur is much longer than BP’s. I looked up Brown Swiss online and found they have short hair as well. Is this a kind of “baby fur” or will she be a little on the shaggy side? Do you know?

  25. 9-18
    1:34
    am

    Absolutely adorable. I’m only watching virtually and my heart races :D

  26. 9-18
    5:09
    am

    No matter how many new born calves I have seen, I still think they are perfectly adorable and Jerseys top the list.

    You all should see my Willow with her three calves nursing, the slobbers fly.

  27. 9-18
    7:10
    am

    :pinkbunny: SO PRECIOUS!!

  28. 9-18
    7:18
    am

    That Glory Bee is absolutely adorable!!!

  29. 9-18
    7:19
    am

    Vicki, I don’t know, it might just be calf fur. I’ve never had a calf before, so I don’t really know either!

  30. 9-18
    9:36
    am

    Glory Bee is too cute for words.

  31. 9-18
    9:50
    am

    Adorable!! boy he really hits her hard in the udders! Poor BP :( But her baby is the cutest baby cow I’ve ever seen :)

  32. 9-18
    12:02
    pm

    Hi there! I have just recently found your website, and I love it! Such good pictures, and so many critters! I was just wondering if Glory Beee is a female, does she have an imbilical hernia? I’ve noticed it in your pictures and videos.

  33. 9-18
    12:02
    pm

    That baby is just too cute for words!

  34. 9-18
    12:04
    pm

    Kellee, the farmer who sexed her for me (she’s a girl) told me some calves just have an outie. He said it looked normal.

  35. 9-18
    2:36
    pm

    I just love that little baby! She truly is beautiful!

  36. 1-28
    6:12
    pm

    Your pictures and videos give me such joy….thank you!

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