Baby Love

Dec
16


I must enjoy these first few newborn days. Soon, the calf will want NOTHING to do with me!


All is well with mama and baby. It was a nice, relatively warm day here today. I took the day off and enjoyed it! And enjoyed the baby. All the details, more pics, sex, and name tomorrow! (Been thinking about the name ALL day!)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 16, 2012  

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  1. 12-16
    7:59
    pm

    What breed was the bull? It’s a pretty calf and I’m guessing it’s a little heifer.

  2. 12-16
    8:03
    pm

    Beautiful little angel.

  3. 12-16
    8:03
    pm

    Oh my, Suzanne! I would have done the very same thing with taking the day off and enjoying that cute baby! I’m thinkin’ it’s a boy, kinda looks like one for some reason. So glad all went well and can’t wait to read more tomorrow! :snoopy:

  4. 12-16
    8:17
    pm

    Oh yes, we’re all remembering GB and the ‘bad baby days’=(Soon, the calf will want NOTHING to do with me!). So tomorrow we should see the new halter on that youngin’!!!LOL

  5. 12-16
    8:26
    pm

    Just happy to hear they’re both healthy!

  6. 12-16
    8:41
    pm

    must be a heifer otherwise you would not have to think of her name. you’d just call him hamburger!

  7. 12-16
    8:43
    pm

    That is just precious!

  8. 12-16
    9:16
    pm

    Congratulations on your new addition! She is lovely.

  9. 12-16
    10:43
    pm

    Got that halter on it yet? Will GB’s old one fit.

  10. 12-16
    11:29
    pm

    Awe, the calf is so sweet. I’m glad GB is fine too. I’m looking forward to more baby stories. :cowsleep:

  11. 12-17
    2:19
    am

    I can’t wait to see more pictures, hear more stories and find out the sex and name!

  12. 12-17
    5:53
    am

    How about “Baby Love” for a name, Suzanne?

  13. 12-17
    9:22
    am

    How beautiful! And don’t delay too long playing with a halter on her! :cowsleep:

  14. 12-17
    12:08
    pm

    What a beautiful face…just want to give him/her a hug! :heart:

  15. 12-17
    1:00
    pm

    Yes! Yes! Halter, and head scritches! And maybe then she’ll learn to like you instead of be afraid?

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