The few cows I saw today appeared in children's book,s as well as on my living room floor (there was a poor stray I just had to rescue). Surprisingly, or not, I saw NO cows during our trick-or-treating outdoor adventure tonight. How disappointing. I may have to move to Minnesota to witness that... But don't worry, I found… Continue reading Holy cow! Today’s Halloween cow is a Holstein… cat?
We enjoyed a beautiful and surprisingly warm Fall morning at the San Diego Safari Park and took the railroad track-free "train" ride to see many African and Asian animals in a natural environment. We saw rhinos, giraffes, many types of gazelles and antelopes, Cape Buffalo (yes, a bovine!) and even a few ostriches. Towards the end… Continue reading What a nice set of horns you’ve got there!
I saw a few cows today, mostly in the new children's books we borrowed, and I may share them with you another day if I happen to read the books again. Instead of showing you some of these cows, I wanted to share with you a story I read online earlier this afternoon about Buttermilk, the new… Continue reading Meet Buttermilk the mechanical milking cow
I stopped by the library this afternoon to get a whole bunch of new children's books I recently requested. While there, I browsed the juvenile literature department to pick a few more books off the shelves. The librarian was nice enough to leave a couple of books out for me (she's so nice!): Oh, farm animals… Continue reading Meet Captain America Cow!
There are many ways to round up cows. Some people do it the traditional way, while others like to use remote control cars. When you're Mercer Mayer's Little Critter, you first have to put on the whole cowboy uniform. My three year old had a book request for Little Critter's Just Go to Bed after lunch today:… Continue reading Learn how to round up the cows with Little Critter