Category Archives: Wordless Wednesday

Holsteins and the Birth of Christ-Wordless Wednesday

Of course my son decides to forgo the donkey, camel, and sheep costumes for our church’s Christmas Pageant and chooses the cow.

Pretty certain there were not any Holsteins bunking up in the manager with our Lord, but Erik looks pretty cute during dress rehearsal.

taken on my crummy phone camera

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Fun in the Snow – Wordless Wednessday

We have about four inches of snow on the ground now. The kids were super excited to go sledding. I couldn’t keep them still to take a decent picture.

I also got a picture of our last calf until February!! She is nice and warm in her calf jacket.

Happy Wednesday!

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Cow Kisses: Wordless Wednesday

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Flipped Calf Hutches: Wordless Wednesday

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Strong winds or did we do this on purpose? Leave a comment with your guess.

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Chickens Enjoying Pumpkin Pie

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Until the Cows Come Home-Wordless Wednesday

 

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I had to post one last pasture picture of the season. Tim is bringing our cows in for their evening milking.

Emily

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Almost Got Milk-Wordless Wednesday

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Red Boots-Wordless Wednesday

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Hens Enjoying Beautiful Autumn Day-Wordless Wednessday

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An Interesting Idea for Child’s Birthday Party-Wordful Wedenessday

Our two year old LOVES tractors. I don’t think I can stress the love part enough.

He has been sleeping with this book for the past month! Each night he wants us to read a section out of it. I have learned more about tractors from my two year old than anyone else ever in my life.

Tim often asks me to do parts runs for him. I don’t mind doing it and I’m usually in Northfield often enough. Jonnie gets super excited when he gets to come along. We call Larson’s Implements “The Tractor Store”.

When you first walk in, there is a row of toy tractors. Jonnie walks down the row saying things like “Oh that is big, I would like that, Daddy has this kind of tractor, Daddy doesn’t have this” After Dave at the parts counter gives us our order and the boys their sucker, it is off to see all the tractors on the lot.

Jonnie could climb up each of the tractors’ steps for hours. I have to limit his play to a short half hour each time we go. Jonnie has expensive taste when it comes to tractors. Yesterday, he climbed up the biggest tractor on the lot and proudly said “Mommy, I want a Steiger.” I checked the label, and yes it was a Steiger 400 (smart two year old). That tractor is worth twice as much as our house!

I wonder if the “tractor store” would host a birthday party for our tractor lover? I can see it now: I could bring a cake, the kids could eat the free popcorn and suckers and then spend a couple hours climbing up and down the tractor steps. Maybe Larson’s mechanics could give a tour of the shop. Tim said that he buys enough parts there that they should. I said you need to buy a new tractor then they would for sure. *wink*

I might just ask Dave the parts guy the next time we are in.

Fun Tractor Trivia: What tractor maker “dabbled” in sports car making when he complained to Enzo Ferrari about the noisy gearbox in his cars? Hint this tractor maker now makes one of the world’s most expensive sports cars.  Come back for the answer on Friday’s post.

Emily

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