More Kids and Pets, 5-11-24

Every dog needs a baby!!!!

(I have to admit to being smitten with this little girl!)

Biscuit – but where’s the kid???
Biscuit’s leftover fur! This groomer has too much time on his hands!
Beauty and the Beast?
The wilderness trail turns green in spring!

Finn and Ivy visited today.

Tuckered out

Happy Mothers Day to all of you!

35 thoughts on “More Kids and Pets, 5-11-24

  1. Dee from Shell Rock

    I took myself out to a local farmer’s shop, they had eggs, and chickens, ducks and goats! And they had little cups of food to feed the animals, just pick one up. I fed the goats over the fence, I’ll just open the gate and go in next time. Of course they have a sign that if you let the goats out, you have to catch them! It was the high point of the day!

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    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Dee – that’s funny – try catching a goat who thinks they’ve gotten away with something – like escaping thru the gate. Hahaha!!!! The visual is hilarious!

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  2. San

    The pony and the parakeet get my top votes, but I must admit the chickens are a close runner up. Any child who gets to have a pet is a lucky kid.

    Cool and sunny here today. I spent 12 hours in the sewing room trimming fabric. Barely made a dent.

    Thanks for sharing the lovely photos.

    San / Murphy, NC

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    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      San – explain “trimming fabric” – 12 hours? Wow, that’s a lot of trimming. You’d better rest up today!

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      1. San

        When I lived in Colorado I was able to take Harriet Hargrave’s beginning classes on the Mary Ellen Hopkins method. Harriet instructed us to find our favorite strip width and cut extra. I still follow this method and have been cutting (and using up) 2″ strips ever since. There was a stack of solid blues,pinks, reds, and a bit of green to cut into 2″ squares. These will be used in a future Amish project.

        After that, I moved on to the stack of starched fabric waiting to be cut into other size strips for various projects. When I reach a stopping point, the strips go into their respective bins. Some are cut into squares, which go into their respective bins. There are many ongoing projects in my sewing room, but if I get bored or need an emergency baby quilt, there’s a bin of cut squares to open and play with.

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  3. patti

    the pets and kids are all so lovely. even the pets alone are lovely. the wilderness trail looks very inviting. i met with the angel (charity) group yesterday. only 17 of us. we’ve gotten so large that there is little time to actually visit. one of the ladies came up and gave me a big hug. that was warming to me. met a new lady and we seemed to hit it off well. as usual i am very tired and will be for a day or two more. went out with my new portable concentrator (small enough to carry), it works on demand which means i must breathe through my nose or it doesn’t work. i did okay but oxygen levels dropped as i was preparing to leave, the usual talking, saying goodbye and picking things up. once i was in the car and sitting the situation resolved quickly. otherwise i did fine. first hurdle passed. unfortunately no sewing for two days now. love reading the blog about nothing. it always cheers me up. patti in florida

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    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Patti – you did it! You went out with your new gadget and did fine – and wasn’t it fun to see everybody? I’ll bet they were glad to see you, too. And yes, now you’ll need to rest and that’s ok, too. Do what you have to do and no more.

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  4. Martha W in WY

    I worked outside today. Watered trees mostly. Yesterday I repotted 4 Christmas cacti and now I have 9 pots of them. We’ve had beautiful weather lately. I’ve been up late so I could view the Northern Lights. I’ll send you some photos, Mary.

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  5. Karen

    Happy Mothers Day to you too!! Hope you have a great one- I love reading and seeing pictures of all your adventures and animals- makes my day!!!!

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  6. Kathy in western NY

    Well what smiles these photos brought to me. Thanks Mary. All just warm your heart knowing the animals are cared for by such good mommies and daddies. We all take a role in nurturing so happy Mother’s Day.
    This morning the men at church are serving breakfast pizza and fruit for fellowship hour. I love breakfast pizza!

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  7. Gloria from CC

    Happy Fur Mama’s Day to you too Mary! Love all the pictures of kids and pets. They all look so happy.

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  8. Sue H

    Beauty and the Beast stole my heart. They are all great pictures, so many sweet kids with such lucky pets.

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  9. sandra goddard

    Happy Mother’s Day to you all. Enjoy your day. This group of pictures are amazing. Brought a smile to my face. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Angie from Baltimore

    In Ireland when I was there they were celebrating MOTHERING DAY as many women are more of a mother than those who have given birth so this day celebration covers all of them so I wish all women that are birth mothers and mothers of the heart May your day be wonderful.

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  11. Rita

    Thanks to all for sharing these pics,it brought many smiles to me , Perfect Mothers Day gift!

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  12. Pat in AZ

    What a wonderful testament to love. The kids and the pets are so cute. Thanks to all for sharing. Happy Mother’s Day

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  13. Shirley Andersen Smith

    Thank you, Mary.
    And,
    Happy Mothers Day to the Mother of the Animal Kingdom.
    Shirley from central OR

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  14. Pamela Dempsey in Northeast Texas 😻

    Great pictures! Happy Mother’s Day to all, human and animal mamas 😻❤️! My Sarah hasn’t had babies but she is Mama to 3 birds, one kitty and all the children/students that she teaches. God is gracious and so good 😊!

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  15. Diane, Squeak, and Buddy in Central Ohio

    Oh wow! Look at all those adorable kids and cute, cute pets! What fun to see😍. Thank you, Mary!
    Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers and the women
    ( and even some men) who are surrogate mothers or grandmothers. It truly does take a village!
    Cool here, but warming up😀

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  16. Connie in NV

    Looks like there will be a lot of future pet Moms and Dads!
    Looks like your dogs enjoyed their playmates today and were tuckered out.
    Happy Mother’s Day to all the Moms of pets and/or kids.

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  17. Candy

    So funny … Keeper had his buddies over to play, but he’s still carrying his ‘pet possum’! Love it!

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