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My wife telling the horses hello with our youngest grandson.

We involve them early, hoping for teamsters in the next generations!

Todd NE WY says 2016-03-28 09:42:14 (CST)

About once a month my son and his wife do a date night. We get to watch the two girls for the evening. The older granddaughter is 5 and a half the newest one is 5 months. I usually drop my wife off with the little one and the older one goes with me to the house to feed the horses. She likes to sit on them or sit in the panels and watch while I get things ready. She is all jazzed up to take out the "Princess wagon" as she calls the vis a vis.


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Ralph in N.E.Oh says 2016-03-28 15:40:57 (CST)

Todd, very cute little lady you have there. I'm thinking any vehicle becomes a princess wagon when she's aboard! Nice going grandpa!

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