On Friday we managed a day out at our local farm to see the baby animals. Here’s a couple of photo’s I’ve saved especially for today.
I was going to title this photo ‘kiss my ass!’ 🙂
I love how my Little Man connects with animals. I swear he was having a conversations with the sheep while exchanging baa’s with them. Then I find him nose to nose with this baby donkey. How sweet.
This little fella was so cute. He would hide behind the logs and then peek up to see what was going on. It was like he was playing peek a boo with us.
We had such a lovely day at the farm and if you wish you can read all about it in yesterday’s post.
My Family and Other Animals
My family are a little divided when it comes to animals. My older son and myself are the most wary when it comes to dogs. That might stem from when he was bitten on the face by a neighbours dog when he was two. I’d been brought up in a family of dogs and had not been afraid of them since that time. I’m not afraid now, just wary. My eldest daughter is not a huge dog fan either, but that’s mainly because she really is the epitome of a crazy cat lady. I can see her in her elderly years living in a flat with just the company of a dozen or so cats.
The younger three take after their dad and love animals of all kinds, cats and dogs included. Graham loves horses and will never pass an opportunity to get up close to one, although he’s not a horse rider. He hates horse racing too, he thinks it’s unfair on the horses.
Star wants to work with animals when she’s older, her dream job would be in a zoo. It will be interesting to see how that works out. My eldest daughter always wanted to be a vet but couldn’t face operating on animals. Now she works in the theatre of the children’s hospital!
I love sea animals and when we go to the sea life centre you will find it difficult to get me moving out of the underwater tunnel. I love watching the creatures swim around me, the sharks, the turtles and the rays. I love them all.
What animals do you like?