Wednesday, January 23, 2013

We be loving 2013...

Camryn here:
I know, I know, not much horse content as of late.  But, this news is HUGE news, Mom is OVER THE MOON excited.  2012 is shaping up to be a super duper year here!
We're gonna have a grandbaby!!!  Yup, which means like my UK friend Zoe I'll have my very own grandfoal to give me treats.
Not sure when the new one will hit the ground, thinking around September.  Mom was shopping when she got the news, so of course the unborn one already has a new outfit!  Samantha was very happy bout Mom's being happy on account of rings not being exchanged  yet and she was worried Mom would frown upon that. Mom is one of those "if my babies be happy, I be happy" peoples.
 Mom is hoping to know if it's a colt or filly by April so when she's at Equine Affaire she can buy the appropriate boots.  Chris and Samantha have givin a thumbs up on the unborn ones being a raised around me :)
So is this gonna be one good looking foal or what? 
The pic was taken at a military ball in the mirror, they both be Army but, the girls didn't have to be in uniform if their guy was.  Talk is they may want Mom to be official babysitter, which means the grandfoal will get to give me treats every day!  I'll of course have to ask Zoe the best way to raise a grandfoal.
Later
 

7 comments:

  1. Very cool news. We wouldn't mind hearing similar news ourselves!

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    1. We'll send grandbaby vibes your way

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    1. Thanx, Mom is just thrilled with the news. And I can't wait to have a new person to give me treats!!!

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  3. Wow super exciting Camryn! Just think of all those treats :-) Zoe can definitely give tips on the task of foalsitting and how to extract maximum hugs and treats. Definitely gonna be a great looking foal!

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    1. Who knows, maybe someday we'll get a long ear just for the foal!!! Be good excuse for Mom ;0)

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  4. Congratulations. Your very own grandfoal how wonderful. Grandfoals are fab. They are very easy to train to give treats and snuffles.

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