Baby in the Grass

Sep
19


Somebody’s hiding in the grass!


It’s the baby, that’s who!

Guess where she is tonight? I can pet her all time. I can pet her all the time. I CAN PET HER ALL THE TIME!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 19, 2010  

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  1. 9-19
    6:05
    pm

    :snoopy: This is how I picture you, Suzanne – doing the Happy Snoopy Dance while you wrote this post! :snoopy:

    I’m glad GB is close now to the house for everyone’s sake. Take care, have a wonderful Sunday evening, from central KY.

  2. 9-19
    6:06
    pm

    What a beautiful little girl! I am thrilled for you – loved the movie!

  3. 9-19
    6:12
    pm

    Sooo precious! That must be lovely to be able to pet her any time you want!

  4. 9-19
    6:30
    pm

    Oh Suzanne, you haven’t given the baby Ross’ old room have you???

  5. 9-19
    6:40
    pm

    hahaha good one, cindy p.

  6. 9-19
    6:43
    pm

    Yes but can her momma see her and talk to her? BP’s not going to be too happy with you runnin’ off with her baby! :moo: :)

  7. 9-19
    6:43
    pm

    I just saw this pix of the happiest cow ever: http://i.imgur.com/7wSU2.jpg and here it cause in action (turn your speakers down though, it is a bit loud) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hBbCIOz2HE

    Have you got a big brush? You’ll bond for life!

  8. 9-19
    7:20
    pm

    Aww, she’s so lovely, and you’re so lucky!
    :moo:

  9. 9-19
    7:43
    pm

    On the porch? :shocked: :shimmy:

  10. 9-19
    8:01
    pm

    She is sooooooo beautiful!!! So beautiful, in fact, that we don’t see baby goats anymore…but I guess that’s because you don’t plan to keep the goats and don’t want to get too attached to them.???

  11. 9-19
    8:10
    pm

    I’ll take some pics of the goats tomorrow! I’ve been very distracted by the baby cow, LOL.

  12. 9-19
    8:13
    pm

    CindyP – how funny! If you can get her up on the porch, she can live there if you put up the puppy gate so she can’t fall off! Of course, BP might not like that. Watch out, though; Spice might open the door for her to enter the house.

  13. 9-19
    8:16
    pm

    I can understand why….like I said she’s beautiful and I would want to pet her ALL THE TIME too! Such a sweet baby and Mama!

  14. 9-19
    8:20
    pm

    ………….and thanks for the reply, Suzanne. You are a very special person and you make my day, every day!

  15. 9-19
    9:23
    pm

    I am vucariously thrilled, Suzanne. I’m so touched by your love for this baby, and so happy for you!

  16. 9-19
    9:24
    pm

    …I meant “vicariously”!

  17. 9-19
    9:25
    pm

    Give her a little pet from me, will you? Just behind the right ear.

    I hope you have a cookie for Clover, so she won’t feel neglected.

  18. 9-19
    9:29
    pm

    Many moons ago my husband worked at a dairy farm in Hershey PA. He said once a week the Hershey factory would send large amounts of dark chocolate over for them to feed to the cows. So go get BP and GB a hershey kiss!

  19. 9-19
    9:35
    pm

    I know you love the little ole “Glory Bee”….but you don’t want to spoil it….
    I spent one summer spoiling a young calf…and then had to leave to go back home and to school…My Grandmother called to let me know that the calf had been bawling ever since I left…It took days for her to break it and for it to get used to me not being there 24-7…LOL…not very funny for my Grandmother to hear it go on so…she said….

  20. 9-19
    10:11
    pm

    What a dollbaby! She has such sweet eyes. Congrats!

  21. 9-19
    10:14
    pm

    Are you sleeping in the pasture or did 52 get bumped out of bed?!!!

  22. 9-19
    10:16
    pm

    Do momma cows “hide” their new babies like goats and whitetail deer do. First few time I had a doe goat hide her babies and then go off to feed I paniced before I found them tucked in behind the manger.
    Marilyn

  23. 9-19
    11:53
    pm

    I’m jealous….I want to pet her!!!

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