Life on a family farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
I believe she was attempting to imitate the mating call of the wild and majestic Yak lol
I enjoyed so much. Such a cutie. Love Mom
why don't you give us more Peggy posts?
I see you're learning a new language.
What a nice way to end my day, these are happy pictures.
Love the comments that this sweetie inspires.Ellie says it for me :)Nite nite.
And I'm smiling over my first cup of coffee this morning. Peggy photos are known to brighten one's mood.
Best toy in the world! Drives the dogs crazy though here...
Does .miss Peggy talk a lot? I am sure she talks to all the animals. When my daughter was a little older then Peggy she was playing with her dolls and I heard she say "you sit on that chair until I say get, do you hear me" it sounded just like me talking to her or her brother. I started being very careful how I told her things after that. Little girls are so much fun. I loved having a boy and girl, so different but so much fun.
Paints...Y-a-a-a-kkkkkkk.....Mom, she is! Love you!Jan, I need to take more Peggy pictures, but she is not a fan of the flash and it is so dim around here these days. SorryLinda, thanks, we love her!Linda, oh yes! I used to know toddler talk quite well, but have regressed as I had to learn twenty-something speak. It is a steep learning curve. lolEllie, glad you enjoyed her.Cathy, good night, dear friend.NW, glad to help! And I miss you!Nita, awful things happen when paper tubes come out around here. Just awful. Majestic mating yaks are the least of it. lolEllie, she does, but not necessarily intelligibly. We have to learn to guard our language around here too and pretty darned quick. She already yells at Mack to shut up, which is perhaps not quite ladylike. lol
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