Sunday, July 26, 2009

Hanging with the animals





17 comments:

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Awww....look how content everybody looks in that top picture! :-)

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

We spend relaxing time with our goats all the time. Sitting with 'em and watching them pick is my religion, I feel like God and I are closest when around the farm animals.

Gail said...

Happy tails! I think Logan is growing, too.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Just beautiful. It's a photo of all your dreams come true, Christy!

~Lisa
ps My twinlings said to tell Logan they thought his shirt was way cool!

CeeCee said...

Either the goats think they are boys, or the boy thinks he's a goat. :)
I love how they just lay down with him and chill.
Lucky boy!

Melody said...

Cute pics!

Sue said...

This is going to be some fine memories for the boy.

ga.farmwoman said...

Everyone looks like they are very content and enjoying each others company.
It is nice to just sit with the animals and enjoy them.
Great pictures.
Pam

linda m said...

How content they all look. Logan always seems so happy when he is with the animals. He should study to be a veterinarian when he gets older.

Leslie said...

Your pictures are very cute. What great memories he is making with the animals.

Barbara said...

I am so happy for you and your family and how the farm is growing. Logan is such a lucky child. I am very excited about the arrival of my goats.

warren said...

His relationship with the goats is just sooo cool!

Christy said...

Aww, how cute! I love goats. Wish I could figure out how to send you some basil!

Amy said...

Just love all the photos!

Happy animals, happy boy and I know THRILLED Mom!

Fouquette said...

Logan looks so happy! :) what fun he must be having living on the farm

Christy said...

Krista, you'd think huh? He rarely comes out to see the animals. He always seems to like it when he does come out. I just have a hard time getting him out of the house.

Amy said...

Your son is the luckiest kid in the world. Bless you for surrounding him with animals. It will be something he'll always remember. I hope he grows up to be a farmer.