She Can’t See Her Toes Anymore

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On good days, Glory Bee is picking out baby names and finishing the last touches on the nursery. On bad days, she’s calling the bull names and snapping at the other animals when they ask her if she’s ready for swim suit weather.


I think she’s gonna POP soon!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 11, 2014  

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  1. 3-11
    7:53
    am

    :happyflower:
    That poor thing, I am sure she will be glad when she is back to swim suit size, at least it isnt that hot out and hopefully she didnt have to deal with swollen feet etc. Does she know if it will be a boy or a girl or is the nursery done in a neutral such as yellow? Has she shared any of her favorite picks for names?

  2. 3-11
    7:59
    am

    Geez, that looks painful!

  3. 3-11
    9:05
    am

    Guessing an option for the C-Section was not gave ? ? lol….ouch, give that girl some meds….

  4. 3-11
    12:06
    pm

    I really could have done without that picture. :bugeyed:

  5. 3-11
    1:12
    pm

    Like all pregnant Mama’s, GB looking beautiful! I hope you catch her in action…the videos will be great to see. No, not pretty…but great in their own right!

    I put what some called ?odd? ABC’c on the wall for my first born – A is for Aardvark, B is for Beluga, C is for Crustaceans… you get the drift. What do Mommy cows do during their nesting time? Chew their cud and reminisce about green grass sprouting everywhere they looked??

    :cowsleep: :cowsleep: Time to rest up GB… :moo: :moo: :moo:

  6. 3-11
    4:04
    pm

    She’s got her mamma’s hips! Poor thing. That behind looks painful. So excited to see next cow baby. Hope it’s a girl!

  7. 3-11
    11:39
    pm

    That’s pretty much normal cow hooha for this stage of pregnancy (not painful but definitely NOT pretty). Is she bagging yet? Does she jiggle when she walks? All the not-asked-in-polite-society questions that us cow obsessed folks want to ask. Can’t be long now…

  8. 3-12
    6:55
    pm

    I’m ready to see that new calf! She does look uncomfortable, even though that’s probably normal for a pregger cow at this stage.

  9. 3-13
    12:21
    am

    Karo, it’s real life for a cow.

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