Molly in the Grass — 12 Comments

  1. I was wondering if she was with a calf as soon as you said she was off by herself.

    What a sweetie! You will need to keep us up to date by taking lots of photos.

    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Rural Thursday. Hope you come back again. 🙂

  2. Jamie,
    Thank-you for commenting on my blog! I LOVE your family and farm. Very beautiful. I have 6 sibling and 38 animals (I want more though) and I personally know it’s a lot! haha! One of my greatest dreams is to AT LEAST get a farm a little bigger than the one we have so we can live self-sufficiently, so I know when I saw your cows I got jealous (in a good Christian way :))! Anyways, I am glad that I got to see your blog and read more about you all.

    Bella Hope

  3. How fun!! I miss being around all the baby animals – might need to head to my friend’s farm soon to get my fix!!

    Enjoy this weekend – we are celebrating Valentine’s Day on Sunday 🙂

  4. Yes, our cows only seperate for 2 things, calving or someone is ill. In the beginning of our homestead adventure we used to worry about the cows calving. but an old timer said, “God gave the cow everything she need to have and take care of a calf”. How true is that! Now we just make sure breeding is done so we calve in spring and not winter! We will be calving around the middle to late march…
    My big adventure this weekend will be tackling that laundry at the laundromat because I STILL don’t have my dryer!

  5. Adorable baby! I can’t wait for my baby goats to arrive the first week of March. I needed a big dose of cute baby and I got it!

    • Sometimes it’s almost as hard waiting for the farm animals as waiting for your own baby! 🙂 I’m getting really excited for spring lambing next month too. Just sorted all my supplies and dusted off my notebook.