Farm life in Northern Ontario.
Farm Life in Northern Ontario.
Sheba? Won't all the sound-alike names be confusing to the animals?awww moment here
I'm passing all of the name suggestions on to #2. He gets to pick this one, since Knightmare is his horse. Keep 'em coming! lol. He's hard to please. I'll need some for calves soon, too.Confusing to the critters? I really don't know. Depends how many are girls, for starters. Girls stay, boys go, with few exceptions. (I try to counteract the effects of all the testosterone in the house, lol). The reason for the name themes is to make it easier to keep track of how old everyone is.
oh that baby is beautiful! and isn't it amazing that animals, for the most part, just do as nature intended and give birth so easily? oh i love that baby! how about Siobhan, pronounced shu-VON. also, what about changing the SH to CH but keeping the same sound - like Chantale.i think she is so beautiful that she should be named Chanel, pronounced SHA-nell, like Coco Chanel).your friend,kymber
Thank you. She's so soft. I just want to cuddle her all day! She is a girl. The tail lift works on horses! (But I stuck my head underneath to double check, lol). I have a cousin named Chantelle. I think we would change the spelling to SH, but same sounding names are fine.
nice "job" wendy ;-))they look super healthy an happy - you are really in your groove!!how about shawna?cheers!
Thanks, jam! I worked real hard on this one. Couldn't see the girls out the window at dawn, so I went for a walk. She was done! lol.
What a beauty! Love the goofy blaze. How about Sharliotte? sticking with the change of ch to sh. Any new bovines yet?
Thank you! Sharlotte is a winner in my books! No, no bovines yet. Soon though. Dorie looks about ready to explode!
Awesome she's so cute and I agree with herdog Looooovvveeee that goofy blaze. Does she have white socks on all 4 legs? Can't wait to meet her :)
Thank you! Yup, all four legs. Come on up, we'd be happy to show her off! lol
How about Cheri short for cherished ? french pronoun?