“I think that the best thing we can do for our children is to allow them to do things for themselves, allow them to be strong, allow them to experience life on their own terms, allow them to take the subway… let them be better people, let them believe more in themselves.”
~ C. JoyBell C.
On my walk this morning I got a rare photo of Violet with her new calf Mae West. Rare – because these two are hardly ever still! (We were going to call this calf Moo West, but have you ever tried yelling ‘Moo’ at a herd of cattle?)
Violet is a great Mum. She is protective of Mae but she doesn’t curb Mae’s natural curiosity or her need to act like a big girl in the herd.
For Mae’s part, she is the most grown-up new calf we’ve ever known. This is a young lady who knows what she wants.
She’s a naughty girl, just like her Mum. Right now her favourite thing is to slip under the fence wires and into my garden where she eats as fast as she can, knowing that Harry and Bert will soon chase her out again. It’s become a big game for all three of them. Yesterday while the dogs were napping in the midday heat she came right up onto the veranda and had a drink of water out of the dog bowl. Cheeky lass!
We totally adore her. 🙂
5 thoughts on “Saying hello to Mae West”
What a little beauty…you’re lucky
Ahh!!!!! How great!! ;-D Love the name, and the cute photo!
oh how much fun! great name for a saucy girl! xoxo pamela
Ah Nicole, I love a sassy lady – go Mae. Enjoy her antics while she’s still young and playful.