OMG! That would be a sight to come home to. Too funny! Glad you were able to move the party out to the porch! Still shaking my head and giggling!
I LOVE it!!
This is so sweet!!
That is so stinkin' cute!
This reminds me of when I was a kid. We didn't have a screen door on our front room, but we'd open it anyway in the summer for a breeze.One Saturday, we were all watch HeeHaw (yup, that's right) and we heard something.We all turned around to see one of our cows had wondered into the front door (about half-way, any how).I still remember my mom shooing a cow out and off the porch in her big flowery house dress.Yup, I was raised by hillbillies!I was going to say "and I turned out alright", but maybe that won't be so encouraging to you...
That is so funny!! I remember bringing my goats into the house ... my mom didn't like that either!
Has the cow accepted the calf or are we bottle feeding. They can get spoiled.
So, this really doesn't surprise me at all! But that's part of why I love coming to your house, always something fun going on and everyone takes it in stride :-)
This is so something I can see my kids doing when they are older. Especially if we are bottling feeding one...Love the socks!
HAHAHA! He's a cutie! I'm sure I will have a post like this someday, only the calf will be tan (jersey). My youngest (18 mos.) already tries to drag all the critters into my house!
I used to bring baby lambs in the house and put clip earrings on them. (I dont' know why I wanted to put earrings on them, but apparently I did.) you are very brave to let them bring a calf in the house!
Look how happy she is though! How could you tell her no.
Hilarious! Hubby recently told me about someone who had a calf die in their basement, but I can't remember who it was. I love Big D's comment!