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What Cows Do on Sundays

Apr
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Get the top of the head.

Don’t forget the ear.

Get all the way in there.

Don’t forget the other side.

Don’t stop, mommy.

Ahhhh…….


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  1. 4-10
    11:49
    am

    What a great mommy. They look so happy together.

  2. 4-10
    11:53
    am

    It’s almost heart breaking to think this is probably the first calf she got to care for. All that mommy love all stored up…

  3. 4-10
    12:00
    pm

    AHHHH…The simple pleasures of life!!

  4. 4-10
    1:23
    pm

    moms and their babies…

  5. 4-10
    1:42
    pm

    BP sure seems to enjoy lovin’ on her calf.

  6. 4-10
    2:13
    pm

    Such a pretty calf. And big. Dare I call her a heifer?

  7. 4-10
    4:00
    pm

    :snoopy: LOVE LOVE LOVE YOUR SWEET ANIMAL STORIES!! :snoopy:
    Granny Trace
    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  8. 4-10
    7:30
    pm

    Awe that’s so Sweet.<3

  9. 4-11
    10:37
    am

    Such a good mommy, and baby behaves well for mom.

  10. 4-11
    10:47
    am

    She’s a good momma!

  11. 4-11
    11:27
    am

    Awww, not only is she shedding her winter coat, but her baby fluff is coming off, revealing her grown up, big girl coat. They grow up so fast…sniff.

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