Saturday, December 27, 2008

If You Give A Girl A Carrot...Or An Apple











All Done.

21 comments:

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Awwww....who is this little lamb?
And I want to feed all your critters apples and carrots, too!!! But my boots aren't pink and I'm not nearly as cute. :-)

Wrensong Farm said...

There is a cutie!! Looks like she was a hit with all the critters too!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Is she the cutest little sweetie ever??! I don't even think your critters cared as much for the treats as much as they did for their precious pretty gift wrapped in pink.

(Do your llamas like carrots and apples?. Mine won't even take a nibble. They do adore horse cookies, though)

~Lisa
Limping in New Mexico

goatgirl said...

She is my son's best friend since kindergarten's daughter. She is 3 going on 23 and smart as a whip.
One of the best parts of having all these animals is having my own petting farm and letting kids come over to see them...and feed them carrots.
And yes Lisa my llamas love carrots and Koo loves apples. Penne hates apples but that's all the more for Koo.

Holly said...

Oh. my. goodness. What an adorable child.

Love love love the pink too!

MaskedMan said...

Whatta sweetheart!

And now, the animals will all associate pink* with treats...



*Those that have color perception, anyway! ;-)

Juri said...

I just love your blog! At first I was just going to enjoy it and move on, but then decided that, instead of being one of those dreaded "lurkers", I just had to let you know how much I enjoyed looking at all your pictures and reading some of your posts (going back to read more)!

Juri

goatgirl said...

Thanks for commenting Juri! Although I don't mind the lurkers, I love to hear from you and I am really happy that you are enjoying my blog.

Happy New Year Everyone.

Clare said...

What a cutie pie! Glad you and son are having fun holiday times. Hope hubby is getting some time off too now.
Happy New Year!

Heidi said...

Can I have her please .... she would bring me some pink cloths in this house and a bunch of laughs I am sure!!

frugalmom said...

How sweet. And getting to feed the llamas? Hmpfh.....I want to, too...

Marigold said...

What a very cute little girl. Alas, she had no Peanuts. What is the world coming to? None of us eat apples unless the goatmother cuts them up. Are we spoiled?

Country Girl said...

What a sweetie! Happy New Year! ~Kim

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

She obviously knows what she's doing, and doing it with style in those boots too! Thanks for this lovely photo story.

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Mich said...

Oh my! That is the cutest little girl and this post was just all kinds of sweet. It totally speaks of how happy a little girl can be just to go feed the animals.

Happy New Year to you!

Chicken Mama said...

How sweet! I love your blog!

Amy said...

Too sweet, we raise Mini-Nubians.

Ishtar said...

I love sharing the animals with 3 year olds!!! She's just too cute!

hendersonhoundsofga said...

These are the pictures that drew me to read your entire blog history. Being a first time grandmother, I can't wait until my Sweet Pea can do this same thing at my house. Since she's just turn one it will be a couple of years. Although she looked at the goats yesterday and did her best impression of our hounds bawl (something she learned to do at about 6 months). I guess in a way with their long ears they do look quite like our hounds.

Anyway, what precious pictures!

goatgirl said...

Thanks everyone. I really loved how these pictures turned out with the bright pink against the lack of color. I quess you did too.
I really enjoyed this little girl because she is gutsy and marched right up to all the animals and demanded they take their carrot.
I see a few new faces...Welcome to my blog!

Sarah S. said...

My daughter as the same boots :)
I love all your fuzzy friends, you have quiete the menagerie