6/15/10

Moooo. Peeew.

We went to a Dairy Days event. Yes, this confirms it. We live in the country now.



Farms stink. (The child would not let go of his nose-I hope he didn't offend the cows.)


Oh look. That one looks offended.


Oh well...let's just look at this guy instead...


The next day, our little dude was on the front page of the local paper on this very same tractor. Now we have to fight off the paparazzi like never before. It's kind of hard having a child star.


The End.

20 clicked right here to comment:

Lee Vandeman said...

Am I first?? Am I really really first????????

I can NOT BELIEVE IT!!!

IzzyLizzy said...

Your boys are just so adorable. No wonder you've got those photo hounds following you everywhere! ;)

Lee Vandeman said...

Okay. I was so excited that I was first that I totally forget to leave my comment!!!

Oops.

You know I dig those boys of yours and my boy would LOVE playing with your boys especially if it involved hanging out on a big tractor.

:-)

P.S. You HAVE to teach me how to watermark photos because I need to start doing that....

Justine said...

OMG - how could they NOT have his picture on the paper? He's just too cute! I love his glasses.

My kid's really into farm animals these days. She'd totally dig this trip.

Jennifer @ Getting Down With Jesus said...

Mighty cute little farmers you've go there. The girls and I are about to head out to see our new baby pigs. (Even my own little farm girls are nose-pluggers.)

Elaine A. said...

Of course the paparazzi is after him - he's so cute!

Did you get you some fresh 'squeezed' milk while you were there? ;)

Duane Scott said...

Cute PICTURES!

The Hollywood Memoirs said...

Haha! Adorable! I grew up around farms so I know what you mean about the smell. And watch where you step! You don't want to take anything home with you by accident.

Angie said...

AWEsome (she sang in her high-pitched voice)! :) Have a great time fending off the paparazzi. Your boys are absolutely adorable.

Allison @ Alli 'n Son said...

Cute pics! And yes, that cow does look offended.

Kate Coveny Hood said...

My kids would looooove this.

Robin said...

Yep, the country, but also ... these pictures pretty much spell W-I-S-C-O-N-S-I-N to me (a state I love, in case that doesn't translate in my comment-ese)

Kazzy said...

I love the photos! Do you have tractor pulls out there in the country? That's how my parents knew they had removed the city from us. LOL

Varda said...

I just wanted to say hello, the fabulous Kirsten Nilsen pointed me here (I'm one of her other "people" from The Squashed Bologna blog). So glad I've stopped by and started getting to know you. One of my best friends here in NYC is from Minnesota, so even though I've only been twice, and then to the big city, I feel I know that state somewhat through my friend's stories (and wonderful cooking). And nothing is cuter than a little boy on a big old tractor.

Mommy Mo said...

You are killing me with the cuteness, especially with those glasses-OMG!

Erin said...

This is such a cute post. I wish we lived in the country! We live in the desert :(

Amber said...

Farms really do stink. EWWW!!

Becky said...

Were you on Pioneer Woman's ranch?

Kimberly said...

Oh the cuteness! Love it!

Charlotte said...

Our neighbors in North Carolina had a John Deere themed birthday party. Country all the way. I think you'll know your boys ARE country when they stop holding their noses.

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